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GEORGE TOWN: Many institutions of higher learning are taking cautious steps in offering physical classes.
Rather than fighting over a limited supply of vaccine, we simply must produce more.
MADRID (Reuters) - Hundreds of people gathered in central Madrid on Saturday to call for better protection for LGBT rights after a series of homophobic attacks that have shocked Spain in recent months.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek police fired tear gas and water canon on Saturday to break up a demonstration of thousands of people protesting against mandatory coronavirus vaccinations.
TO mark this year’s National Day, the Management and Science University (MSU) community came together for a hybrid celebration held both online and offline.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will create specialised groups within the Interior Ministry and the police force to prevent hate crimes and support victims, the government said on Friday, amid mounting public pressure to curb an increase in such attacks.
MADRID (Reuters) - A 20-year old Spanish man who said a masked gang assaulted him with a knife in Madrid and carved a homophobic slur into his buttocks has since told police the injuries were consensual, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.
GEORGE TOWN: With more places offering dine-in for those who are fully vaccinated, Penangites are coming out in droves again to enjoy their favourite local cuisine but with caution.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean lawmakers will vote as early as Monday on whether to require hospitals to place surveillance cameras in operating rooms after a series of medical accidents involving unqualified staff who stood in for surgeons.
ATHENS (Reuters) -Greek police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse a group of people who threw flares and other objects during a protest in central Athens on Sunday against mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations.