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The Philippines is yet again on the Global Witness' notorious list of deadliest countries for environmental activists.
The guns have at last fallen silent in Afghanistan, but spiralling poverty and hunger are giving rise to a humanitarian crisis.
Indonesia has opened a few of its borders to foreigners after the Ministry of Law and Human Rights issued a ministerial regulation that reopens applications for tourist and limited stay visas for fully-vaccinated travellers.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has boasted of barging uninvited into a video conference call hosted by his political opponents.
Floods inundated hundreds of houses in Indonesia's Gorontalo province on Friday, affecting 929 people in 275 households in three villages.
US secretary of state initially put the post up on September 16 but took it down and issued a more muted sentiment, drawing criticism and questionsA spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry’s Hong Kong office criticised ‘irresponsible comments from certain US politicians’ on Hong Kong
Top EU diplomat ‘regrets’ not being part of arrangement between Australia, UK and US, but says effect on relations with Washington should not be ‘dramatised’French foreign minister calls Australia’s sudden cancellation of a submarine contract a ‘stab in the back’ that is ‘not acceptable between allies’
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele said on Friday a raft of constitutional reforms the government will send soon to Congress will not contain decriminalization of abortion, legalization of same-sex marriage or steps to permit euthanasia.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi said on Friday he found that the Taliban have space for discussion and engagement on human rights issues, including women and minorities rights.