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PARIS (Reuters) - The French rugby federation (FFR) said on Wednesday players from the national team have been allowed to return home during the Six Nations break but will still need to isolate after another staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said it does not shirk its responsibilities in sensitive cases such as the fate of Sheikha Latifa, one of the ruler of Dubai's daughters, who said in a video that she was being held hostage in a villa.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - A Mumbai court on Wednesday granted bail to an associate of a 22-year-old climate activist whose arrest for promoting an action plan for farmers' protests has caused outrage across the country.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia needs to keep stimulus in place longer to underpin a recovery in its pandemic-hit economy, a former finance minister and analysts said, ahead of what some expect to be the central bank's last interest rate cut of the current cycle.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain issued a joint statement with France, Germany, Italy and the United States to condemn the Feb. 15 attacks on U.S.-led forces in northern Iraq.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's competition watchdog has fined Facebook 7 million euros ($8.5 million) for not complying with a request to correct improper commercial practices in its treatment of user data, the regulator said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The England under-19 team's proposed tour of Australia has been postponed for a second time because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Wednesday.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand's digital ministry on Wednesday (Feb 17) warned Thai users not to break the law on the audio drop-in application Clubhouse, which has rapidly emerged as a platform for discussions of the country's monarchy.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): The second phase of Indonesia's vaccination programme kicked off on Wednesday (Feb 17) at South-east Asia's biggest textile market in Tanah Abang, with 10,000 vendors having signed up to receive their first shot.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand warned users of Clubhouse on Wednesday not to break the law after the audio social media app emerged almost overnight as a platform for discussion of the monarchy, the latest example of the fast-growing app drawing the ire of governments in Asia.