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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday again waded into America's fraught racial history by labelling the impeachment inquiry against him a "lynching" - language that conjured memories of decades of killings of thousands of black people - drawing swift bipartisan condemnation.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Author Bernardine Evaristo hopes her Booker Prize-winning novel will help to alter perceptions of black British people among African readers and Britons she sees as grappling with heightened racial tension.
PETALING JAYA (Bernama): The Deepavali celebration was felt throughout the country Sunday (Oct 27), as Malaysians continued to uphold the long-held tradition of visiting family, friends and neighbours, and this was apparent in S. Sarvinthanraj's family home here.
JAKARTA, Nov 26 (Jakarta Post/ANN) - As home to the world’s largest Muslim population, Indonesia has tried to ensure all its products are certified halal, but a recent brouhaha about restrictions on Christmas greetings on cakes has sparked debate about the government’s ability to manage halal certification and has highlighted places where it may go wrong.
PETALING JAYA: It’s Yuletide and good wishes abound for Malaysians who celebrate the occasion.
KOTA KINABALU: The Muafakat Nasional (national consensus) pact between Umno and PAS should be renamed as "Muafakat Malaya", says Sabah DAP.
(Reuters) - The man accused of stabbing at least five people in a machete rampage at the home of a Hasidic rabbi during a Hanukkah celebration is due to face federal hate crime charges in White Plains, New York, on Monday.
(Reuters) - A flyer in Los Angeles' Carson area, with a fake seal of the World Health Organisation, tells residents to avoid Asian-American businesses like Panda Express because of a coronavirus outbreak. A Los Angeles middle schooler is beaten and hospitalized after students say he is as an Asian-American with coronavirus.
South East Asians and Chinese health-care workers face rising racial hostility when fighting Covid-19
BEIJING/WASHINGTON: Across the United States, Asian health-care workers are facing a rise of racial hostility, which has left them in a painful position on the front lines of the response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent report of the Washington Post.