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TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) -Honduras' leftist politician Xiomara Castro, who is on track https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/honduras-set-woman-president-leftist-castro-declares-victory-2021-11-29 to be the first female president of the Central American nation, doesn't shy away from making history.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Three senior Lebanese female judges have tendered their resignations in protest at political interference and the collapse in the value of their pay as a financial and political crisis rages.
MELAKA: While weekend visitors and daytrippers are back at most of the historic city’s attractions, the state election has also boosted more economic activities.
ALOR GAJAH: Campaigning took on a fresh and exciting twist as some young election candidates played tourism “envoys” who indirectly helped traders promote their unique wares.
MOST of us are born into ordinary families but we are taught from a young age that we have to protect the family name. It does not matter if we are rich or poor.
MOST of us are born into ordinary families but we have been taught from a young age that we have to protect the family name. It does not matter if we are rich or poor.
Without financial backing from the E&O Group, PenangPac has an uncertain future ahead
PETALING JAYA: The gaming sector’s earnings is set to rebound in the current quarter till 2022 as the country will start treating Covid-19 as an endemic disease by end of the month.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): When President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo took office on Oct 20, 2014, doubts lingered over whether an upstart like him could secure the support of the political elite.