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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Oct 30)
The wins and woes of Hong Kong’s rainbow families – has city made progress on policy and law for LGBT community?
When a lesbian couple in Hong Kong broke up last year after nearly two decades together, they agreed it was crucial they both continued to play an equal role in the lives of their two young children.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Afghanistan's Taliban government is pressing for the release of billions of dollars of central bank reserves as the drought-stricken nation faces a cash crunch, mass starvation and a new migration crisis.
ROME (Reuters) - The Italian Senate voted on Wednesday to block debate over a bill that would make violence against women and LGBT+ people a hate crime, effectively killing off a proposal previously approved by the lower house of parliament.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) -Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who faces a close election race next year, accused Brussels and Washington of trying to meddle in Hungarian politics and called on his supporters to defend the achievements of his nationalist government's decade in power.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -European leaders lined up to chastise Warsaw on Thursday for challenging the EU's legal foundations, but Poland's premier said he would not bow to "blackmail" as he joined a summit of the bloc's 27 nations.
A TRANSGENDER businesswoman who fled Malaysia after being accused of insulting Islam by cross-dressing has been granted asylum.
In Spain, a female thriller writer awarded biggest cash prize in literature turns out to be three male authors.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The European Union should resolve its differences by talking to each other rather than through court decisions, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday, responding to a question on the dispute with Poland over the rule of law.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Poland has no desire to leave the European Union, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Tuesday, accusing opposition politicians of spreading what he said were lies about a possible "Polexit".