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SINGAPORE (Bernama): Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has again topped the list as Malaysia’s most admired man, according to YouGov’s annual study of which public figures people look up to.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Thousands of people joined a LGBT pride march in Bucharest on Saturday, nearly a year after Romania held a failed referendum to ban same sex marriage.
LAUSANNE/ZURICH (Reuters) - Women across Switzerland held a strike on Friday to highlight their wealthy nation's poor record on female rights, recreating the passion of the first such walkout 28 years ago.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Anti-Semitic attacks worldwide rose 13 percent in 2018 from the previous year, with the highest number of incidents reported in major Western democracies including the United States, France, Britain and Germany, an annual study showed on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Asia Pacific leads the world when it comes to increases in sentimental spending for Valentine’s Day, according to the 2019 “Mastercard Love Index.”
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has fined two of the last television channels critical of the government over on-air comments which allegedly insulted the country's president and encouraged civil disobedience, a television watchdog official told Reuters on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on Friday that two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar on charges of breaking the country's Official Secrets Act were innocent and that Britain had serious concerns about due process in the case.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A near-record number of journalists around the world are behind bars for their work, including two Reuters reporters whose imprisonment in Myanmar has drawn international criticism, according to a report released on Thursday.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Many Romanians appeared to boycott a vote on Sunday on whether to enshrine in the constitution that marriage must only be between a man and a woman, as turnout remained low on the second day of a referendum.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanians will vote at the weekend on whether to enshrine in their constitution that marriage must only be between a man and a woman in a referendum that has seen campaigners direct slurs at LGBT people and which activists said is open to fraud.