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ATHENS (Reuters) -The European Union is not in a position to deal with a repeat of the migration crisis in 2015 and must try to keep people from fleeing the growing conflict in Afghanistan, Greek Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi said on Wednesday.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam began her highly anticipated third Policy Address via video after she was prevented from speaking as she was repeatedly heckled inside and outside the Legislative Council (LegCo) chamber.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters blocked roads and public transport links to Hong Kong airport on Sunday in a bid to draw world attention to their fight for democracy for the Chinese-ruled city which is facing its biggest political crisis in decades.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Railings festooned with tear gas canisters and colourful postcards are artworks that protesters in Hong Kong have made from materials left over from recent demonstrations, hoping to spread their message in the Chinese-controlled territory.
JAKARTA (AP): Like untold numbers of spontaneously shot smartphone videos, Paul Ferdinand Ayorbaba’s most recent was not a work of art, full of the backs of heads and the constant bobbing and disorientating pans and zooms that are a signature of mass digital culture.
MALE (Reuters) - Maldives president Abdulla Yameen is a ruthless political operator who has cracked down on threats to his rule, say diplomats and former colleagues - including jailing his own half-brother in an on-off feud dating from childhood.
Taipei: Taiwan police have arrested four men over a bitcoin robbery worth T$5mil (RM664,380) in what they said was the first case of its kind on the island.
TAIPEI: Taiwan police have arrested four men over a bitcoin robbery worth Twd$5 million ($170,000) in what they said was the first case of its kind on the island.
PENGHU COUNTY, Taiwan (Reuters) - Taiwanese residents in Penghu on Saturday shut the door to casino development in a referendum that proponents had said would bring jobs to the isolated, tiny, offshore archipelago.