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BEIJING: Best wishes and greetings to the Chinese people have been flowing in around the advent of the Spring Festival since Saturday, along with calls for closer cooperation with the Asian country and on Sunday (Jan 26) many offered as much help needed for China to control the coronavirus outbreak.
YANGON: Two women, one pregnant, were killed and seven other people injured after Myanmar troops shelled a Rohingya village on Saturday, according to a lawmaker and a villager on Sunday (Jan 26), two days after the UN’s highest court ordered the country to protect the minority.
BANGKOK (AP): When Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi walked into the International Court of Justice last month, she gambled the remaining shreds of her hard-won international reputation on a rebuttal of accusations that her country's military committed genocide against minority Rohingya Muslims.
YANGON (Reuters) - Two women, one pregnant, were killed and seven other people injured after Myanmar troops shelled a Rohingya village on Saturday, according to a lawmaker and a villager, two days after the U.N.’s highest court ordered the country to protect the minority.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Allegations that Amazon.com
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats worked methodically at U.S. President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Thursday to dismantle his long-standing allegation that Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden acted improperly toward Ukraine while vice president.
SHANGHAI (AFP): The food market where China's deadly virus surfaced was a smorgasbord of exotic wildlife ranging from wolf pups to species linked to previous pandemics such as civets, according to vendor information and a Chinese media report.
Some Internet users across sub-Saharan Africa are stuck with slow service after two undersea cables to the continent’s western coast were damaged.
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan authorities have arrested a former minister on Friday (Jan 17) who allegedly recorded 100,000 phone calls, the sometimes lewd and compromising contents of which were leaked on social media. In what has become a major scandal, Ranjan Ramanayake (pic) is heard discussing court cases with judges, police, politicians and local celebrities in some of the recordings.
The unfolding story of eSurv has renewed questions about the growing use of spyware.