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WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): Xiaomi Corp and the US government have reached an agreement to set aside a Trump administration blacklisting that could have restricted American investment in the Chinese smartphone maker.
DOUALA (Reuters) - A court in Cameroon sentenced two transgender women on Tuesday to five years in prison for "attempted homosexuality" and other offences after they were arrested for the clothes they wore in a restaurant, their lawyers said.
THE signs in Myanmar are bleak more than two weeks after Asean declared a five-point consensus on what must happen in this turbulent member state.
Singapore: 13 new Covid-19 community cases confirmed, seven linked to Changi Airport cluster; reinfection cases also reported
There were 25 new coronavirus cases, including 13 in the community, announced on Tuesday.
WARSAW (Reuters) -The buildings of Polish state institutions including the Supreme Court were evacuated due to a bomb threat on Tuesday, the institutions and media said, the day the court's Civil Chamber is due to issue guidance on Swiss franc mortgages.
French court rejects claim for 'Agent Orange' damage in Vietnam war; multinationals argued they were not responsible for tragedy (update)
A French court on Monday (May 10) threw out a lawsuit by a French-Vietnamese woman against more than a dozen multinationals that produced and sold a toxic herbicide dubbed "Agent Orange", used by US troops during the war in Vietnam.
PUBLIC parks like the Penang City Park and Relau Metropolitan Park will remain open to the public for exercise purposes during the movement control order (MCO) but only non-contact sports will be allowed.
DAGING harimau menangis is a direct translation of the original Thai dish, sua rong hai, or in English, crying tiger beef.
Singapore raises its defences amid more Covid-19 cases at home, in region; three more local cases confirmed
More than 12,000 people currently on stay-home notice (SHN) have begun an additional week of self-isolation, the immediate impact of stricter border restrictions, as Singapore tightens up its measures amid a flare-up of Covid-19 cases at home and in the region.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government and opposition blamed each other on Monday after crowds of mostly maskless youths partied in the streets of Madrid and Barcelona when a state of emergency imposed to curb the pandemic ended at the weekend.