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CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's supreme court has awarded $13 million to top socialist party official Diosdado Cabello in a defamation case against a newspaper, but the paper's lawyer said on Saturday the outlet could not afford to pay.
UNIVERSITI Malaya vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor, 50, has come full circle.
JOHOR BARU: A Johor school’s decision to segregate co-curricular activities based on race and gender has been nixed, following a national uproar and the intervention of the Education Ministry.
FIRST it was cotton; now it's Xinjiang's solar panels that are being targeted. Both are pillar industries of Xinjiang in Northwest China, and they have become the target of what appears to be a malicious campaign launched by Western anti-China forces to destroy Xinjiang's rapidly ascending economy and ultimately obstruct the development of China.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A shift in Cuba policy is not among President Joe Biden's top foreign policy priorities, the White House said on Friday, when asked about plans by Raul Castro to step aside as Communist Party first secretary, the most powerful job in Cuba.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Muslims flocked to Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque on the first Friday of Ramadan, but worshippers were angered by Israeli restrictions that denied access to West Bank Palestinians without COVID-19 vaccination documents.
Netizens have reacted negatively to the ad, calling it "offensive" and "insulting" towards religious sensitivities.
Millions of vulnerable people are at risk of missing out on Covid-19 vaccines as India uses its national digital identity for registration and pilots facial recognition technology at inoculation centres, rights groups and experts said.