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TAIPEI: Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen is riding high in the polls as she seeks a second term, a remarkable reversal of fortune aided by bellicose threats from Beijing and unease over political unrest in Hong Kong.
NEW DELHI: Thousands of people joined fresh rallies against a contentious citizenship law in India on Saturday, with 20 killed so far in the unrest.
LAHORE (Pakistan): A Pakistani court on Saturday (Dec 21) sentenced a university professor to death for blasphemy under a law that critics say is often used to target minorities and liberal activists.
MUMBAI: Indian banks may ask depositors and customers to list their religion, The Times of India reported. The information may be required after the Reserve Bank of India made changes to a banking law that allows selected non-residents to open bank accounts and own property, the report said.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - More than 1,500 protesters have been arrested across India in the past 10 days, officials said, as police try to quell sometimes violent demonstrations against a citizenship law that critics say undermines the country's secular constitution.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion (1.08 trillion pounds) budget package for the fiscal year 2020 into law on Friday to avert a government shutdown, White House spokesman Judd Deere told journalists travelling with the president on Air Force One.
PETALING JAYA: The Indian government has claimed that Dr Mahathir Mohamad's comments on their recently-approved Citizenship Amendment Act is factually inaccurate, and called for refrain from commenting on developments there.
(Reuters) - A city employee in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Friday shot dead a fellow worker with whom he shared a "longstanding dislike," before the gunman was fatally shot by police, law enforcement officials said.
MADRID (Reuters) - Jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in a Madrid court via videolink from Britain on Friday as part of an investigation into his allegations that a Spanish firm spied on him while he lived inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
(Reuters) - When the U.S. Senate begins the trial to consider impeachment charges against President Donald Trump, a handful of lawmakers from the House of Representatives will act as prosecutors to lay out the case against the president.