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HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba on Tuesday denied government opponents permission to stage what they said would be a peaceful march for civil liberties in the capital Havana and a few other provinces on grounds it was part of efforts to overthrow the government, according to a letter handed to organizers.
JOHOR BARU: Fireman Mohammad Afiszul Osaman is still wearing full personal protective equipment when attending to emergency cases to avoid being in contact with Covid-19 patients.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's deposed president testified on Tuesday that the military tried to force him to relinquish power hours before its Feb. 1 coup, warning him he could be seriously harmed if he refused, according to his lawyer.
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil (Reuters) - Record numbers of Brazilians have been arrested at the U.S. southern border this year, part of the United States' broader migration crisis. Police believe a child-custody dispute has led them to one of the smugglers moving migrants north.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Mental Illness Awareness and Support Association (Miasa) on Tuesday (Oct 12) launched its crisis helpline, MIASA_YSD-1-800 which connects callers with trained volunteers, caregivers and mental health advocates who can provide empathy and help alleviate times of crisis.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron had phone calls on Monday with the presidents of Ukraine and Russia to discuss the conflict in Ukraine, and agreed their foreign ministers should meet, the German government said.
GENEVA (Reuters) -The World Health Organization and about three-quarters of global health care workers on Monday called on governments to step up climate action at the COP26 global climate conference, saying it could save millions of lives a year.
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VIENNA (Reuters) -Austria's new Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg pledged on Monday to work closely with his predecessor Sebastian Kurz, who quit https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/austrias-kurz-says-stepping-down-chancellor-2021-10-09 in the face of corruption allegations, fuelling opposition assertions that the new leader will simply do Kurz's bidding.
KUALA LUMPUR: MPs will now have the option to wear batik every Thursday as a sign of support to the local industry.