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BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian unions and student groups will hold their second national strike in less than week on Wednesday in honour of a dead demonstrator and to protest rumoured government economic plans, corruption and police violence.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - A teenager who became a symbol of ongoing protests in Colombia when he was injured by a teargas canister died of his wounds late on Monday, after President Ivan Duque met with unions and business leaders on the fifth straight day of demonstrations.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore political figure Brad Bowyer on Monday corrected a Facebook post questioning the independence of state investment firms following a government request, in the first use of the country's new "fake news" law.
COMMUNITY-based urban regeneration organisation Think City and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) are working together to repurpose the historical core of Kuala Lumpur into a creative and cultural district.
(Reuters) - Six months after he was re-elected, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on course to have delivered on two big promises of his agenda: Stripping Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy and moving towards building a temple on a disputed site.
AYODHYA/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Just six months after sweeping to re-election, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has delivered on two major promises of his party's Hindu agenda, electrifying his base but sowing unease among liberals and the nation's large Muslim minority.
TORONTO (Reuters) - All Blacks centre Sonny Bill Williams thanked the New Zealand rugby community after it was announced on Thursday that he would be leaving to play with the Canadian-based Toronto Wolfpack.
DIALOGUE sessions will be held to determine the fate of an abandoned hawker centre located across the road from the Taman Kristal apartments in Lengkok Erskine, Penang.
IF you cleared out your closet or did some spring cleaning Marie Kondo-style recently, why not donate your unused clothing and old linen to a worthy cause.
FROM turning organic waste into fertiliser to sharing farm equipment, new businesses seeking to address social problems in Pakistan have made the South Asian nation one of the best performers in the second global poll on social entrepreneurs.