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No, Madonna is not dead.
JOHOR BARU: A family here is living in fear after a relative, who wanted to borrow S$10,000 (RM30,000) from a loan shark in Singapore, is now being harassed despite changing his mind and not taking up the loan offer.
(Reuters) - The Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, home to the U.S. Open for the next fortnight, is hallowed ground both for sport and activism, its centerpiece Arthur Ashe Stadium a monument to grand slam winners and champions of social and racial justice alike.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - At the end of a week when Naomi Osaka brought the fight for racial justice to sport's front door, it seemed fitting that another great tennis pioneer Billie Jean King should hail her quiet successor for her "compassion, strength and leadership."
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarus police briefly detained and then released a prominent member of the opposition challenging President Alexander Lukashenko in a presidential election, the campaign team said on Saturday.
GEORGE TOWN: Police have identified the couple who went for an outing wearing pink wristbands, resembling those worn by individuals undergoing home quarantine for Covid-19.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): A tow truck operator escaped the hangman's noose after the Court of Appeal here on Wednesday (July 29) set aside his conviction of a death sentence for the murder of a trader.
AT least 129 children have been killed in the Philippines’ four-year war on drugs, most by police or allied assailants, but they may only represent a fraction of the toll, activist groups said.
UNITED NATIONS, June 29, 2020 (AFP): At least 122 children have been killed in the Philippines' war on drugs -- often deliberately, two non-governmental organisations said Monday, urging the UN to take action.
GENEVA(Reuters) - At least 129 children have been killed in the Philippines' four-year war on drugs, most by police or allied assailants, but they may only represent a fraction of the toll, activist groups said on Monday.