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JAKARTA: The president of the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, Joko Widodo, called for Indonesia not to rush the rollout of vaccines, citing concerns over public awareness about whether they were halal.
JAKARTA, Oct 19 (Reuters): The president of the world's largest Muslim-majority nation, Joko Widodo, called on Monday for Indonesia not to rush the rollout of vaccines, citing concerns over public awareness about whether they were halal.
Building a community of young artists has been at the centre of G13 Gallery's mission, now in its 10th year.
If Anwar Ibrahim became PM based on support from the likes of Najib Razak or Zahid Hamidi, would he still be the Anwar we knew? Would such a government be stable?
A few common drugs, including those for epilepsy, acne and cardiovascular disease, can result in birth defects for the babies of women taking them.
CMCO: Literary group now mails books to lucky readers instead of hiding them in public spaces.
For the first time, foreign reporters visited Vietnam’s secretive prison system, and saw forced labour, a replica of Singapore’s Merlion and crocs within its walls.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish Academy, which awards the Nobel literature prize, named two new members on Tuesday to fill remaining vacancies on its 18-strong panel and draw a line under years of controversy that called its reputation into question.
THIS year, more than ever, we have seen the need for a more cohesive and cooperative creative environment here in Malaysia. With Covid-19 dominating the year and paralysing many sectors of the creative economy, it has become clear that we cannot just sit around and wait for a vaccine to be found in order for things to start looking up again.
NEW YORK: The 3rd Annual Flushing Poetry Festival will be held in April next year to celebrate contemporary Chinese poets living overseas and encourage writing in Chinese, as well as cross-cultural conversation and translation of poetry from diaspora poets.