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MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine lawyer groups and a top congressman asked the Supreme Court on Monday to strike down the president's controversial new anti-terrorism law, or parts of it, calling it unconstitutional for infringing on civil liberties.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah health officials are tracing the contacts of two new local Covid-19 cases in the state.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said he would veto a bill regulating fake news, which has also been criticized by social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter, if it comes to his desk from Congress in its present shape.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - When the brother of Singapore's prime minister joined the opposition to the party their father led through the city-state's independence and rise as a nation, he brought a bitter family squabble into the realm of politics on the eve of a general election.
ARTISTE Raysha Rizrose (pic) is able to lead a controversial-free life because she values privacy and refrains from commenting on issues concerning others, Harian Metro reported.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada officially racked up 100,000 cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday and although the outbreak is slowing, health experts said major challenges remain.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Thursday lifted a ban on the Telegram messaging app that had failed to stop the widely-used programme operating despite being in force for more than two years.
PETALING JAYA: As the implementation of the recovery movement control order (MCO) enters its second week, members of the public are beginning to take fewer precautions and flouting rules outlined by the National Security Council (MKN) and Health Ministry, which exposes the nation to the risk of another wave of local Covid-19 transmissions.