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LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday she agreed with scientists that any easing of the coronavirus lockdown must be very cautious after some of those advising government said Britain was moving too quickly.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Jair Bolsonaro slammed Brazil's Supreme Court on Thursday for investigating an alleged disinformation and intimidation campaign by his supporters, as a political crisis deepened amid the country's accelerating COVID-19 outbreak.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB) will recommend to the state government against the reopening of temples in Penang.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be presented to both governments in early June.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Early one October morning in 1969, Singapore police officers found the body of a man dumped in a storm drain. He had been stabbed to death, police said, in what became one of the country's most notorious gang killings.
PARAMARIBO (Reuters) - Surinamese President Desi Bouterse, a former military ruler who has dominated the country's politics in recent decades, was seeking a third term in an election on Monday, about six months after a local court found him guilty of murder in absentia.
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP MP Charles Santiago has come under fire from MCA for being a signatory of an international memorandum against China.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A string of controversial missteps has slashed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's support to levels that could threaten to end his term early, even as he prepares to lift a state of emergency after the rate of coronavirus infections declined.