You have searched for "Threaten"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
JAKARTA: Indonesian trade unions threatened to stage a national strike next month after a committee in parliament agreed to move ahead with proposed labour reforms in President Joko Widodo’s controversial “Job Creation” bill.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary and Poland will set up a joint institute to assess the state of rule of law across European Union member states so that they are "not taken for fools" over allegations of rule of law breaches, Hungary's foreign minister said on Monday.
HONG KONG, Sept 28 (AFP): Shares in China's biggest chip maker plunged on Monday following weekend media reports that Washington has imposed export controls on the company, the latest salvo in the battle for technological dominance over Beijing.
LONDON: The British government is planning to enforce a total social lockdown across a majority of northern Britain and potentially London, to combat a second wave of COVID-19, The Times reported late on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The credibility of the United Nations (UN) can and must be restored in order to build the future, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Apple’s App Store is a boon to users, a marvel of software innovation and an exemplar of cutthroat competitiveness. Is it also a standing violation of antitrust law?
KOTA KINABALU: Candidates for the Likas seat here have banded together against smear campaign tactics during the state elections.
CAIRO (AFP): A climate of fear has gripped Egypt's #MeToo movement as the arrests of witnesses in a high-profile rape case threaten to derail efforts to curb male sexual violence in the country.
HANOI, Sept 25 (Bernama): Asean law enforcement agencies should maintain and consolidate cooperation in fighting transnational crime, Lieutenant General Nguyen Thanh Son, head of the Foreign Relations Department at the Ministry of Public Security, said on Friday.