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South Korea said on Monday it had found no link between the coronavirus vaccine and several recent deaths, as it ordered nearly 100,000 foreign workers to be tested after clusters emerged in dormitories.
Heavy jail terms handed to Cambodian opposition leaders are "clear breaches” of international law, United Nations human rights experts has announced.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it had found no link between the coronavirus vaccine and several recent deaths, as it ordered nearly 100,000 foreign workers to be tested after clusters emerged in dormitories.
YANGON (Reuters): Shops, factories and banks were closed in Myanmar's biggest city Yangon on Monday (March 8) after major trade unions called for a shutdown of the economy as part of the uprising against the country's military rulers.
BEIJING (Global Times/ANN): Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi answered 27 questions in a systematic way at a press conference held on the sidelines of the two sessions on Sunday (March 7), which showcases magnanimity of China's diplomacy as a major power, and provides a rare opportunity for the world to have a comprehensive understanding of China's foreign policy.
The writers say that Asean leaders have a responsibility to side with the people of Myanmar and the civilian government.
(Reuters) - Two demonstrators were killed by gunshot wounds to the head in Myanmar on Monday, witnesses said, while shops, factories and banks were closed in the main city Yangon as part of the protests against the country's military rulers.
SYDNEY (Reuters): Australia has suspended its defence cooperation programme with Myanmar, Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne said, amid an intensified crackdown by the country's military on massive protests against last month's coup.
BEIJING (The Straits Times/ANN): China's top diplomat has accused the United States and other Western nations of disrupting regional stability in the South China Sea, even as he urged South-east Asian countries to "press ahead" with the negotiations on a code to manage maritime and territorial disputes in the contested waters.