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YANGON, Sept. 18 (Xinhua): The Myanmar government has so far repatriated 15,453 citizens stranded in foreign countries due to the Covid-19 pandemic, said the Foreign Affairs Ministr on Friday.
EIGHT Security Council members called for the Muslim Rohingya minority, victims in 2017 of what the UN calls a “genocide”, to participate in Myanmar’s upcoming elections.
PATHUM THANI (Thailand), Aug 29 (AFP): When university student Rung calmly read out 10 demands to reform Thailand's monarchy before thousands of protesters at a pro-democracy rally this month, she defied the country's biggest political taboo.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited the hospital because he is getting treatment for chronic illness and not for a medical check-up, Nippon TV cited multiple unidentified government and ruling party sources as saying on Monday.
LEIDSCHENDAM, Netherlands (Reuters) - A U.N.-backed court on Tuesday convicted a member of the Hezbollah group of conspiring to kill former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri in a 2005 bombing that set the stage for years of confrontation between Lebanon's political forces.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Fifteen years after a truck bomb killed Lebanon's former Sunni leader Rafik al-Hariri in Beirut, triggering regional upheaval, a U.N.-backed court trying four suspects from Shi'ite Hezbollah delivers a verdict on Friday that could shake the country again.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon's Rafik al-Hariri was assassinated in 2005. Here are some details about him, his death, and its impact ahead of a verdict by a U.N. backed tribunal on Tuesday:
NEW DELHI, July 26 (Xinhua): India's federal health ministry on Sunday morning reported 705 more deaths and 48,661 COVID-19 cases during the past 24 hours, taking the number of deaths to 32,063 and total cases to 1,385,522.
PADANG BESAR (Bernama): Police have arrested an alleged ketum smuggler whose vehicle rammed into a motorcade escorting Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Nancy Shukri at Felda Mata Ayer on Saturday (July 11).
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea does not feel the need to have talks with the United States, which would be nothing more than "a political tool" for Washington, a senior North Korean diplomat said on Saturday, ahead of a U.S. envoy's visit to South Korea.