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UVALDE, US: A teenage gunman killed 18 young children in a shooting at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday, in the deadliest US school shooting in years.
HOUSTON, May 24 (Xinhua) -- A gunman walked into an elementary school in Uvalde in U.S. state of Texas on Tuesday afternoon and killed 14 children and a teacher, Governor Greg Abbott said at a news conference.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban dissident leader Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara is slated to stand trial in a Cuban court at the end of May, activists said on social media this week, in a case that has attracted the attention of human rights groups who allege he and others have been unfairly detained and should be freed.
LONDON (Reuters) - Russia's parliament on Tuesday passed a bill giving prosecutors powers to shut foreign media bureaus in Moscow if a Western country has been "unfriendly" to Russian media, following the closure of some Russian state news outlets in the West.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday called on Taliban authorities in Afghanistan to "swiftly reverse" policies and practices that are restricting the human rights and freedoms of Afghan women and girls.
PUTRAJAYA: Corruption involving the procurement of medical equipment and medicine was uncovered during the Covid-19 pandemic, says anti-graft chief Tan Sri Azam Baki.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla has failed in his bid for a summary judgment in his suit against Parti Pribumi Bersatu and three others over alleged non-payment of RM12.5mil in legal fees.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government pushed ahead with plans to offer an amnesty to former soldiers and individuals involved in decades of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland as victims say the new law will deprive them of justice.