You have searched for "Ann"
Showing 61-70 of 10000
TAOYUAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Two women became the first military officers to marry their same-sex civilian partners at a mass military wedding in Taiwan on Friday, marking another landmark for LGBTQ+ rights in Asia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump has pulled into a virtual tie with Democratic challenger Joe Biden in Florida, just a week after the former vice president held a narrow lead there, a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll showed on Wednesday.
CHICAGO, US (ANN): Two sisters beat up and stabbed a security guard 27 times because the latter allegedly asked them to wear face masks and sanitise their hands at a store in Chicago, United States.
When the parents of a teen murdered in America's deadliest high school shooting were approached by an advertising agency to digitally resurrect their son for an election video, they didn't hesitate for a moment.
CHHATTIGRARH, INDIA (ANN): A man was arrested for allegedly murdering his wife after fasting for eight days during the Navratri festival in Chhattisgarh, India.
YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar's Union Election Commission (UEC) on Tuesday (Oct 27) announced the removal of some townships in two states from the list of no-voting areas for the upcoming general elections.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Nearly half a million people in the United States have contracted the novel coronavirus in the last seven days, according to a Reuters tally, as cases and hospitalizations set fresh records in hot spots in the Midwest.
BANGKOK (ANN): A man, 33, allegedly set fire to his wife’s house in Buriram province, Thailand Sunday night, after she reportedly refused to have sex with him.
JAKARTA (ANN): The recent marriage of a 17-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) has put a spotlight on the high prevalence of child marriages in the province. Fifteen-year-old EB, a junior high school girl in Kumbak Dalem hamlet, Setiling village, Batukliang district accepted the proposal of 17-year-old UD, a boy she had known for only a year.
SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters): South Korea's economy returned to growth in the third quarter, recovering from its sharpest contraction in more than a decade, as the government pushed through stimulus measures and major trading partners eased coronavirus restrictions.