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DOHA (AFP): A US journalist freed from a prison in Myanmar just days after being handed an 11-year sentence said Monday (Nov 15) he wasn't "starved or beaten" -- but was worried his ordeal would never end.
BANGKOK (AFP): An American journalist jailed for 11 years by Myanmar's junta is humble, positive and inspired by George Orwell's writings against authoritarianism, his colleague told AFP, as he faces a second trial for sedition and terrorism.
The UN called on Myanmar to immediately release all detained media workers after a US journalist was slapped with an 11-year prison sentence.
The United States has denounced an 11-year sentence handed to a US journalist by Myanmar's military regime and demanded his release.
DRIFFIELD, England (Reuters) - Two sisters running a pig farm in northeast England have a message for Prime Minister Boris Johnson: lift strict immigration rules for butchers or risk seeing the pork sector collapse under the weight of overly fattened animals.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will tighten visa rules for Belarusian state officials, Europe's migration commissioner said on Wednesday, in retaliation for what she called Minsk's aggressive effort to destabilise the bloc by pushing in irregular migrants.
LONDON: For Tom Reddy, it was the disgusting conditions that convinced him to quit as a British trucker, with few toilets and even fewer showers forcing drivers into desperate solutions at the side of the road.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (Sept 16)
Indonesia is allowing foreigners holding more types of visas to enter the country as long as they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.