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GENEVA (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of migrants, mostly Ethiopians, are stranded in Yemen and at least 14,500 have been rounded up and forcibly transferred internally amid fears migrants contribute to the spread of COVID-19, the U.N. migration agency said on Tuesday.
SELANGOR is in the process of confiscating land in Johan Setia where open burning is prevalent.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression on Monday accused the White House of mounting an "onslaught" against the media and referred to a negative "Trump effect" on global press freedom.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia charged former military journalist Ivan Safronov with state treason on Monday, his lawyer said, accusations that have sent a chill through Russia's media community which has protested over what it says is his unfair treatment.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli court has dismissed Amnesty International's legal bid to stop NSO Group from exporting surveillance software, saying the rights organization did not prove the company's technology had been used to spy on its members.
JAKARTA, July 13 (Jakarta Post/ANN): A French citizen who was recently arrested for allegedly molesting over 300 children died on Sunday evening following a reported suicide attempt while in detention in Jakarta, the police have said.
Victims suffer online abuse, threats and obscenities as netizens attack political rivals. Cyberbullying cases rise as Hongkongers spend more time online during pandemic.
THE Cambodian government is using the coronavirus pandemic as a pretext to ramp up a crackdown on human rights defenders and environmental activists, two leading watchdogs charged.
MANILA, July 10 (Reuters): ABS-CBN, long the leading broadcaster in The Philippines, was Friday (July 10), denied a bid to win a new franchise. The company had been forced off air in May in what many critics saw as a move to silence critics of the country's President Rodrigo Duterte.