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A security flaw in Qatar’s controversial mandatory coronavirus contact tracing app exposed sensitive information of more than one million users, rights group Amnesty International warned on May 26.
PETALING JAYA: The Immigration Department's move to round up migrants in areas that were under enhanced movement control order (MCO) recently has drawn criticism from various quarters but the department's staff say they were only doing their job.
SINGAPORE/JAKARTA: Saudi Arabia has deported thousands of Ethiopian workers. The Malaysian authorities have swept up hundreds of undocumented workers in raids amid its movement control order, while its neighbour Indonesia, home to most of them, is repatriating its citizens.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's security chief on Monday (May 25) welcomed China's plans to impose a national security law on the financial hub, saying it was needed to defeat "terrorism" and calls for independence. Beijing plans to write a new security law for Hong Kong that bans treason, subversion and sedition after months of massive, often-violent pro-democracy protests last year.
YANGON: Myanmar says it will submit a report due Saturday (May 23) outlining its claims of compliance with an order from the International Court of Justice to protect members of its Muslim Rohingya ethnic minority.
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DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran dismissed on Thursday new U.S. sanctions on several Iranian officials, saying they were a sign of the complete inefficiency of Washington's previous sanctions on the Islamic Republic, state television reported.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A judge in Singapore has sentenced a man to death via a Zoom video-call for his role in a drug deal, one of just two known cases where a capital punishment verdict has been delivered remotely.
ON Saturday I learned of an act so evil that I broke down in tears. It was the murder of pregnant women, new mothers, infants and nurses in an Afghan hospital.
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia's three-year-long "war on drugs" campaign has led to a litany of human rights abuses and the overcrowding of prisons and detention centres, human rights watchdog Amnesty International has announced in a new report.