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PARIS (Reuters) - The French government will send police reinforcements, including an elite SWAT team, and extend a curfew in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe after two weeks of unrest, the overseas territories minister said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia needs to remain vigilant and beef up surveillance, especially at all its border entry points, following the emergence of the newly-discovered Covid-19 Omicron variant, say experts.
SUNDERLAND, England (Reuters) - When Britain left the European Union on Jan. 31 last year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his top ministers travelled to Sunderland for a special cabinet meeting and hailed "a new chapter in the United Kingdom's story."
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Demonstrators, some of them burning tyres, blocked roads across parts of Lebanon on Monday in protest at the country's economic meltdown, days after the Lebanese pound sank to new lows.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday the country will move into a system of living with the COVID-19 virus later this week despite the new Omicron variant posing a fresh health threat to the world.
BRIDGETOWN (Reuters) - As Barbados prepares to form a republic and remove the British queen as its sovereign, some residents in the capital Bridgetown on Sunday acknowledged they remained confused about what the change means and how it will affect them.
NIBONG TEBAL: Over 100ha of mangrove forests in Penang – almost equal to 60 football fields – has allegedly been destroyed to make way for development.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's minister for overseas territories will hold crisis talks on its Caribbean islands from Sunday, an official said, as the government looks to defuse tensions after more than a week of unrest stemming from its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic there.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece on Saturday inaugurated two more migrant holding centres on islands near Turkey as part of a tougher policy for managing migrant flows that has been critised by rights groups.
POISED on the cusp on a world driven by technology, the needs and expectations of the times has also shifted in line with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate life in the future.