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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (Oct 19)
IF he wins the presidency, Senator Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa will not allow the International Criminal Court (ICC) to conduct its probe over alleged human rights violations committed during President Duterte’s bloody war on drugs.
If he wins the presidency, Senator Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa will not allow the International Criminal Court (ICC) to conduct its probe over alleged human rights violations committed during President Duterte’s bloody war on drugs.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has requested the support of other full members of the International Cricket Council ahead of next month's crucial meeting where the game's future in the South Asian country is likely to be decided.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - New Zealand's Tim Southee, one of only two quicks in the top 10 of the Twenty20 bowling world rankings, believes sluggish wickets at the World Cup could work out well for seamers.
(Reuters) - West Indies will again rely on a hardened bunch of Twenty20 specialists as they bid to retain their World Cup title, but are set for a stern test from India, out to secure a first global trophy under Virat Kohli, and an England team bidding to become champions in two formats.
(Reuters) - Faith has played an important role in the development of cricket in Papua New Guinea and on Sunday it will be repaid when the 'Barramundis' make their Twenty20 World Cup debut against Oman in Al Amerat.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said his hamstring is fine but a "frustrating" elbow issue will need to be managed through the Twenty20 World Cup.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - A former Central African Republic "Seleka" faction commander took part in beatings and mistreatment of prisoners suspected of supporting ousted President Francois Bozize, an International Criminal Court prosecutor said on Tuesday.
MANILA (Reuters) - When Philippine journalist Maria Ressa shared the Nobel Peace Prize last week for representing press freedom, other media outlets under fire took heart.