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TUNIS (Reuters) -Tunisia's leading Islamist party moved on Tuesday to ease the country's political crisis, calling for dialogue and urging supporters not to protest after accusing President Kais Saied of launching a coup.
Phnom Penh municipal authorities are getting ready to vaccinate the 12-17 age group at more than 40 locations when this latest round of vaccinations begins on Sunday (July 31).
KLANG: The 24 contract doctors from Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) who had participated in a walkout on Monday have been left off the hook.
PETALING JAYA: Opposition lawmakers have urged the government to drop disciplinary actions and police investigations against contract doctors who participated in the nationwide walkout on Monday (July 26).
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (July 26)
Singapore aims to relax more virus curbs, including starting to allow quarantine-free travel in September, marking the first time it’s set out a timeline to reopen borders that have been mostly shut for more than a year.
TUNIS (Reuters) -Tunisia is facing its worst crisis in a decade of democracy on Monday after President Kais Saied ousted the government and suspended parliament with help from the army, a move denounced as a coup by the country's main parties, including Islamists.
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry (MOH) has sent out a warning to all employees that they could face disciplinary action if they participate in illegal gatherings.
South Korea said on Sunday it will tighten social distancing rules across most of the country this week, warning that its worst-ever Covid-19 wave might spread further in the summer holiday season.