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DAKAR (Reuters) - Sierra Leone's parliament voted unanimously on Friday to repeal the death penalty more than two decades after the West African country carried out its last execution.
QUITO (Reuters) - At least 18 inmates died and several police were injured during riots at two of Ecuador's largest penitentiaries, the Andean country's SNAI prison authority said late on Wednesday, marking the second major deadly wave of prison violence this year.
KOTA KINABALU: Prisoners in Sabah will not be excluded from Covid-19 vaccination, says state Health Department director Dr Rose Nani Mudin.
A Singaporean businessman has been charged in a district court with helping to fund terrorist attacks in Syria.
ROME (Reuters) - Prime Minister Mario Draghi promised reform of Italy's overcrowded and understaffed prisons on Wednesday after the publication of a video showing guards beating inmates in a jail near Naples.
The YouTurn Project hopes to change mindsets about ex-offenders so they get a second chance at life.
HANOI (Reuters): Anticipation of stricter movement curbs triggered panic-buying in Vietnam's economic hub Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday (July 7), the epicentre of its coronavirus outbreak, while media reported unrest at a city jail where dozens of inmates were infected.
HANOI (Reuters) - Anticipation of stricter movement curbs triggered panic-buying in Vietnam's economic hub Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday, the epicentre of its coronavirus outbreak, while media reported unrest at a city jail where dozens of inmates were infected.
Pemulih: RM3.8bil allocated under Wage Subsidy Programme 4.0 benefitting 2.5 million employees, says Socso
PETALING JAYA: The Social Security Organisations (Socso) has allocated RM3.8bil through its Wage Subsidy Programme 4.0 (PSU 4.0) under the National People’s Well-Being and Economic Recovery Package (Pemulih) initiative that will benefit 2.5 million employees nationwide.