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PETALING JAYA: The implementation of new technologies in work procedures can improve safety at work sites especially in the construction industry, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Democracy is at risk in the Balkan countries seeking to join the European Union, while Bosnia is a particular concern, Croatia's foreign minister said on Monday as EU foreign ministers gathered to discuss the region.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - The United States, which brokered Bosnia's 1995 peace accord, may impose sanctions against those who try to unilaterally withdraw from its state institutions or destabilise the deal, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said on Tuesday.
BRUZGI, Belarus (Reuters) -Belarus authorities on Thursday cleared the main camps where migrants had huddled at the border with Poland, in a change of tack that could help calm a crisis that has spiralled in recent weeks into a major East-West confrontation.
BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) -Hundreds of Iraqis who had camped for weeks at Belarus' borders with the EU seeking to cross into the bloc flew back home on Thursday.
SAN JOSE (Reuters) - When asked about the three days she spent in a Nicaraguan prison in 2018 for protesting against President Daniel Ortega, Tania Cadena pointed to white scars on her arm and forehead, then pulled aside her lips to reveal a missing molar.
ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Two flights brought hundreds of Iraqis who had sought to enter the European Union back to Iraq from Belarus on Friday, as more migrants begin to lose hope of getting safely into the prosperous bloc.
BRUZGI, Belarus/MOSCOW (Reuters) -Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko told migrants stranded at the border with Poland on Friday that his country would help them to return home if they wanted but would not force them.
As the current G20 leader, will Jokowi rise to the challenge in Indonesia?
PARIS (Reuters) - France's minister for overseas territories will hold crisis talks on its Caribbean islands from Sunday, an official said, as the government looks to defuse tensions after more than a week of unrest stemming from its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic there.