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Hong Kong protests: Carrie Lam says calling 12 detained in Shenzhen democracy activists an attempt to distract from wanted status
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (SCMP): ‘Essence of the matter’ is that local police are seeking members of the group for alleged crimes tied to anti-government protests, city leader says at press briefingLam also says Hong Kong consistent in handling of cases despite open calls for return of five would-be asylum seekers detained by Taiwan last month
PETALING JAYA: Parti Amanah Negara president Mohamad Sabu has dismissed claims of a fallout between him and Datuk Husam Musa after the latter quit his post as party vice president.
PARIS/BEIRUT (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron has been pressing Lebanese politicians to deliver on promises to form a new government this week and haul the country out of its worst crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war, his office said on Sunday.
DOHA (Reuters) - Afghan government representatives and Taliban insurgents gathered on Saturday for historic peace talks aimed at ending two decades of war that has killed tens of thousands of combatants and civilians.
Portland on Sept 9 voted in favour of the first-ever ban in the United States on private entities, such as restaurants and retail stores, from using facial recognition technology in public places in the city.
PETALING JAYA: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) has appointed the party's supreme council members, state and bureau chiefs.
HONG KONG, China, Sept 4 (China Daily/ANN): Raymond Young Lap-moon, chief executive officer of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong, said the city's business environment has returned to normal after enacting the National Security Law with no foreign businesses, particularly American ones, leaving the city.
PARIS (Reuters) - Tens of millions of pupils returned to school in France, Poland and Russia on Tuesday, their rucksacks loaded with exercise books, geometry sets and, for many, face masks to protect them from a resurgent coronavirus pandemic.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's decision to step down on Friday because of worsening health will formally put an end to his "Abenomics" strategy, which tried to revive the world's third-largest economy after decades of stagnation.