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HARARE (Reuters) - A prize-winning Zimbabwean novelist and filmmaker arrested at recent protests accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government on Tuesday of holding its people in a repressive "chokehold" as they endured an economic emergency.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela capital Caracas' largest produce market is at the centre of a worsening COVID-19 outbreak, but cash-strapped merchants refuse to stop hawking food there for the city's 5 million residents, many of whom are starving.
KUALA LUMPUR: A shouting match erupted in the Parliament after Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah accused his former Pakatan Harapan colleagues of doing nothing when they were in administration for 22 months.
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah is looking at contesting 30 seats using its own “handshake” symbol in the soon-to-be-called state elections following the dissolution of the assembly on Thursday (July 30).
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Four suspects belonging to Lebanon's armed Shi'ite Hezbollah group have been tried in absentia by the U.N.-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon for the 2005 murder of former Sunni Muslim prime minister Rafik al Hariri. The verdict is due on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Talian Kasih hotline saw a 500% increase in calls during the movement control order (MCO) enforced from March 18, says Datuk Seri Rina Harun told the Dewan Rakyat.
KOTA KINABALU: The Parti Amanah Negara Youth wing is suggesting that Parti Warisan Sabah logo be used by all Warisan Plus candidates contesting the 73 state seats.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Tuesday that the world faces a "generational catastrophe" because of school closures amid the coronavirus pandemic and said that getting students safely back to the classroom must be "a top priority."
Former Iceland president Vigdis Finnbogadottir, the world's first ever elected female head of state, is still a role model to many Icelanders.
Strict enforcement of South Africa’s coronavirus lockdown by police and the army has placed the spotlight on official brutality, a cause of anger among the majority Black population for decades.