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The 'Soviet-style' propaganda exhibit was put together in 'less than a few weeks' and has welcomed 14,000 visitors so far
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cubans poured onto the streets in celebration of International Worker's Day on Sunday, the first such parade since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, touting fluttering flags, posters of former leader Fidel Castro and chanting "Cuba Lives and Works."
Rising politics star in Philippines pledges support to sports development and aim to produce world-class athletes
Senatorial candidate General Guillermo Lorenzo Eleazar highlighted the importance of developing the country’s sports programmes to produce more world-class Filipino athletes and avoid losing talents due to lack of support from the government.
(Reuters) - Moldova's parliament voted on Thursday to outlaw the ribbon of St George, a black and orange military symbol of Russian patriotism, in response to Russia's aggression in Ukraine.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian President Ivan Duque on Monday accused former members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) who reject a peace deal of setting off explosives at a police station which killed two children and injured 39 others in Bogota.
Many women say they are told that period symptoms are 'normal'. Not much is known about a rare but serious infection - menstrual toxic shock syndrome - that is hard to treat and needs more attention.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/Asia News Network): Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged the Cambodian and Vietnamese militaries to continue cooperation in maintaining security and safety along the two countries’ border and to seek additional means of collaboration for this purpose.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (March 20,2022)
Cambodian Minister of National Defence General Tea Banh has asked Vietnam to take in Cambodian cadets for military training and send trainers to the Kingdom, according to the ministry’s Information Department.
DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Politicians and military sources in Russian-backed breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine say they do not see an imminent risk of full-scale war while attempts are still under way to find a diplomatic solution.