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Shanghai announced its first new Covid-19 cases outside quarantined areas in five days on Friday and imposed stricter curbs in two districts, but did not signal any change to the planned end of a prolonged city-wide lockdown on June 1.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian-born Los Angeles Times journalist Marcus Yam is still in shock after winning the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography on May 9.
KYIV (Reuters) - A 21-year-old Russian soldier told a court on Friday he had not wanted to kill an unarmed civilian and that he sincerely repented, as he delivered his final words at the first war crimes trial arising from Russia's Feb. 24 invasion.
Millions of Bangkok voters will elect a new governor on Sunday in the first major polls since pro-democracy protests rattled Thailand's capital, with a former minister ousted in the 2014 military coup leading the race.
With the rise of AI, creators want laws to protect the use of their image or voice in algorithm-generated works.
Laos report: Mekong River sees higher water levels this year after four years of low flow and drought
The Mekong River passing several countries in South-East Asia has recorded higher water levels this year after four straight years of low flow and droughts.
A Pakistani social media star with millions of followers is facing criticism after posing for a TikTok video by a forest fire, as a devastating heatwave causes widespread misery in the country.
The United Nations (UN) has affirmed its willingness to support Vietnam in establishing a partnership on energy transition with the Group of Seven (G7) nations in a letter of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
Single father Billy Price was already struggling to make ends meet before someone broke into his Michigan storage unit, stole his identity and ruined his credit.
Elias Chebbi inspected a beehive in a field in Tunisia, minutes after a buzz on his phone warned him of a potential problem.