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JAKARTA, Oct 20 (AP): Protests against Indonesia's new jobs law were held in cities across the country on Tuesday, with demonstrators calling on the president to revoke the legislation they say will erode labor rights and weaken environmental protections.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The Polish parliament postponed an emergency debate on Tuesday on new rules to boost the number of medics available to treat COVID-19 cases, as Poland reported its second steepest daily rise in the number of cases since the start of the pandemic.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Several thousand students and workers protested in Indonesia's capital Jakarta on Tuesday against President Joko Widodo's new jobs law, the latest in a series of rallies opposing legislation that the government says is needed to attract investment.
'I beg, please, for my birthday, the Food Safety Authority, change your decision,' Van Damme wrote, launching a petition to save the dog.
WASHINGTON/DUBAI/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - President Donald Trump announced on Monday the United States would remove Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism
PARIS (Reuters) - A French imam said on Monday that the history teacher beheaded for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class was a martyr for freedom of speech, and he called on mosques in France to pray for the teacher on Friday.
OUT-of-state staycations and “balik kampung” trips are not an option for those affected by the latest water cut following the shutdown of the Phase 1, 2, 3 and Rantau Panjang water treatment plants yesterday.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Boldizsar Nagy hoped that the tales in the children's book "Wonderland Is For Everyone" would help youngsters to learn to accept minorities and fight social ostracism.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The head of the Tibetan government in exile said he met the new U.S. special coordinator on Tibet, whose appointment last week angered China, at the State Department, the first political head of the Tibetans in exile to be hosted there in 60 years.
HONG KONG / BEIJING, Oct 19 (China Daily/ANN): The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) governmenthas announced that it will introduce amendments to the National Flag and National Emblem Ordinance.