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JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia summoned Britain's ambassador on Monday to explain the raising of a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) flag at its embassy, and urged foreign missions to respect local "sensitivities" following a backlash among conservatives.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Swelled by two days of heavy rain, the Mae Lao River overflowed into Wiang Pa Pao district, cutting its road link between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.
An Israeli city is testing whether an artificial intelligence program that detects drowning threats can help save lives off its beaches.
From Ipoh, Perak, Catharine Arul Dass has been nominated for two awards for her work in pioneering and setting the benchmark for the digital conservation requirement for heritage projects.
IF the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) were to take its political cue at face value and focus solely on putting inflation back in its box, already battered financial markets could get much uglier and investors don’t appear prepared for it.
SINGAPORE: As the global equities landscape gets more forbidding by the day, Singapore may turn out to be one of the few markets offering refuge to investors.
SHAH ALAM: The Selangor state government needs to emphasise the importance of regular inspections and assessment of the current operating facilities with legal permits to curb imported plastic waste pollution.
KUANTAN: The government will be submitting notices to 168 countries on a possible unilateral legal claim for the heirs of the defunct Sulu Sultanate.
Malaysia and Singapore have shown the way to be reliable partners but challenges remain on outstanding issues still being negotiated.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat after an election on Saturday and the opposition Labor Party was set to end almost a decade of conservative rule, possibly with the support of pro-environment independents.