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THE Women, Family and Community Development Ministry will review adoption procedures following reports of babies offered up for adoption illegally online.
OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Gunmen killed twenty-four people, including a pastor, in an attack on a church during Sunday mass in northwestern Burkina Faso, four security sources told Reuters on Monday.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, India (Reuters) - When artist Rachita Taneja heads out to protest in New Delhi, she covers her face with a pollution mask, a hoodie or a scarf to reduce the risk of being identified by police facial recognition software.
THE KLANG District and Land Office enforcement department has demolished a goats’ pen and two cow sheds built on a parcel of land sandwiched between Sungai Aur and Jalan Remia 2 in Bandar Botanic.
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia will pave its own way towards becoming a developed nation without losing its religious values and while continuing to celebrate the multicultural communities, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
KUALA LUMPUR: A small factory in Malaysia's capital is preparing thousands of ready-to-eat halal meals, from fried rice to chicken biryani, to be shipped off to Japan for 2020's biggest sporting event. Food firms from Muslim-majority Malaysia, are expected to be big winners from a rush of Muslim travellers to Japan for the Olympics.
PATHEIN: Nearly 50 Rohingya Muslims have been detained at sea by Myanmar's navy on FRiday, local officials said on Sunday (Feb 15), the latest from the persecuted minority to be caught trying to flee camps in Bangladesh and Myanmar's restive Rakhine state.
NEW DELHI: Two women held for two weeks by Indian police on sedition charges over a school play which allegedly criticised a contentious citizenship law have been granted bail, officials said on Sunday (Feb 16).
BERLIN (Reuters) - German federal prosecutors won a court order to detain 12 men arrested on suspicion of involvement in a far-right plot to overthrow the political order by means of targeted attacks.
MANILA: In a popular Catholic church in the Philippines, nearly half of the pews were empty for Saturday Mass (Feb 15). The few hundred worshippers who showed up were asked to refrain from shaking others' hands or holding them during prayers to prevent the spread of the virus that started in China.