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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters chanting "I can't breathe" gathered in central Amsterdam on Monday in solidarity with George Floyd, a black American who died in police custody in the United States last week.
PETALING JAYA: Almost a month since most businesses were allowed to reopen under the conditional movement control order (MCO), a number of them are seeing their customers returning slowly but surely.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two drivers have been charged in court in separate cases involving drink driving in the city.
BANGKOK (Xinhua/ANN): Many Thai nationals and migrants, who have been employed for jobs in Malaysia, will likely re-enter Thailand shortly after the neighbouring country lifts a lockdown measure expected to be this week, an army general has announced.
MANILA (AFP): Manila emerged on Monday (June 1) from one of the world's longest coronavirus lockdowns as the Philippines seeks to repair its badly damaged economy even as the number of new infections surges. Streets in the capital were choked with traffic and limited public transport resumed as commuters flooded back to work.
Former Hong Kong actress Gigi Lai may have left the entertainment industry for more than a decade, but she remains active on social media.
From Berlin to Syria, artists worldwide pay tribute to George Floyd, stand up to racism.
In his quest to expand US mobile broadband capacity, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai hasn’t been afraid to anger colleagues in government.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is resuming transit services started on Monday (June 1), after they were suspended for over two months in an effort to control the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
MANILA: Millions of people returned to work in the Philippine capital on Monday (June 1) as one of the world's strictest and longest Covid-19 (coronavirus) lockdowns was eased to help resuscitate an economy that has been battered by the closure.