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(Reuters) - At a cemetery outside Mariupol, a Ukrainian city captured by Russia last week after a destructive three-month siege, a grief-stricken mother sobs inconsolably.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Monday (May 23, 2022)
KYIV/MARIUPOL (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told global business leaders on Monday the world must increase sanctions against Russia to deter other countries from using "brute force" to achieve their aims.
(Reuters) - Cycling New Zealand (NZR) Chairman Phil Holden has apologised after an independent inquiry following the death of Olympian Olivia Podmore found the governing body failed to sufficiently support cyclists in its high performance programme.
U Than Htay, chairman of the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP), told the BBC in an exclusive interview that more than 1,500 USDP members and supporters had been killed in the assassinations.
How climate scientists cope with their depressing day-to-day work, yet remain hopeful, can offer help to ordinary people dealing with a world that seems mired in a losing battle to protect Earth.
All paws aboard: The startup scene is catering to pets and their owners in novel ways by adapting services, from ehailing to hotel booking, for furry friends.
Some regard it as a love story for the ages, while others may be taken aback by the morbid nature of this affair.
Prime Minister Hun Sen, as Asean chair, and other Asean leaders were warmly welcomed by US president Joe Biden as the Asean-US summit May 12-13 kicked off today in Washington.