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PAGOH: The government will analyse data on the Covid-19 spread before deciding on the status of the recovery movement control order (MCO), which is slated to end on Aug 31.
MALAYSIA’S unique diversity gives it an excellent platform to promote interracial activities and harmonious living.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Top officials in the Catholic Church have said that they are coming up with a protocol to protect minors and vulnerable adults, but they reiterated that physically and mentally able adult women who have sexual relations with clergymen – consensual or otherwise – will not be the beneficiary of the protocol.
PATTANI, July 26 (Bernama): Thailand is committed to finding a peaceful and lasting solution to end decades of conflict in the troubled southern region although peace talks have been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
DAKAR (Reuters) - When five West African presidents arrive in Mali on Thursday to try to defuse a political crisis that has alarmed governments in the region and beyond, the man whose assent they need the most will be one who has never held elected office.
Consult us before setting up federal body to govern non-Muslim religions, MCCBCHST tells National Unity Ministry
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism & Taoism (MCCBCHST) has told the National Unity Ministry to consult them before setting up a body such as Sarawak’s Unit For Other Religions (Unifor).
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has repeatedly minimized the gravity of the coronavirus and resisted measures to mitigate its spread, has tested positive for COVID-19. As of Monday, Brazil had registered 1,623,284 total coronavirus cases and 65,487 deaths attributable to the virus.
THE administration of East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) has vowed to abolish the practice of kawin tangkap (capture and wed), a form of bride kidnapping commonly practiced on the island of Sumba, after a viral video of an such an event angered a Cabinet minister and the public nationwide.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Despite a renewed focus on wrongful arrests and racial discrimination after the death of George Floyd, meaningful reform of the massive U.S. criminal justice system is unlikely ahead of the November election, politicians and activists say.
KABUL (Reuters) - Twenty-four-year-old Fatima Khalil, known as Natasha, was a shining example of young, progressive Afghanistan.