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KYIV (Reuters) - The United States will finance projects including surveillance and monitoring equipment to strengthen Ukraine's borders with Russia and Belarus, amid continuing escalation with Moscow, Ukraine's border service said on Tuesday.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - A former senior Salvadoran anti-corruption prosecutor said President Nayib Bukele’s government shut down his unit’s investigation into its alleged negotiations with violent street gangs to help expand its power, as the United States steps up pressure on the Central American country over those talks.
MANILA (AFP): The Philippines has ordered two new warships from South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries, Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Tuesday (Dec 28), modernising Manila's navy as it faces a dispute with Beijing in the South China Sea.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Commander of Naresuan Force Major Gen Prasan Saengsirirak on Monday (Dec 27) morning visited a temporary refugee camp in Mahawan subdistrict of Tak’s Mae Sot district to show moral support to soldiers of 14th Ranger Regiment who have been stationing at the Thai-Myanmar border to monitor the situation in Myanmar and provide assistance to Myanmar refugees.
To alleviate transportation-related woes, some US districts have adopted mobile apps designed to manage long parent pickup lines and to notify parents of transit updates and dismissal procedures, among other functions.
Sepang residents demand permanent solutions instead of stop-gap measures that get swept away.
OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Authorities in Burkina Faso have declared a two-day period of mourning after suspected militants killed at least 41 members of a government-backed civilian militia in the country's desert north this week.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): The Maritime Security Agency (Bakamla) has hailed last month’s completion of a six-month drilling project on Indonesia’s continental shelf in the North Natuna Sea as a “victory” over China’s constant objections.
JOHOR BAHRU: The repatriation of the remains of Indonesians who drowned when a boat capsized off Tanjung Balau, Kota Tinggi on Dec 15 began on Thursday (Dec 23).
KOTA KINABALU: Two fish bombing suspects abandoned their boat and dived into the sea as the Coast Guard closed in on them in waters off the state capital here.