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HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba has approved a long called-for decree on animal welfare in what some rights activists are hailing as an unusual triumph of civil society in the Communist-run country where animal sacrifice and cock and dog fighting remain commonplace.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Syarak and Civil Law Technical Committee under the Islamic Development Department (Jakim) will hold discussions with relevant parties in its efforts to improve syariah laws, especially those related to syariah criminal offences in the country.
SHAH ALAM (Bernama): Selangor's Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah says his turn to receive a Colvid-19 vaccination will only come after all frontline workers, including teachers, have received their shots.
GEORGE TOWN: For the first time in over 200 years, it was quiet at Hai Choo Soo Temple in Tanjong Tokong as the pandemic got the better of the annual Chneah Hoay (flame-watching) ceremony.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Marriage ceremonies for non-Muslims can now be held at the National Registration Department (NRD), places of worship and non-Muslim religious association premises in areas placed under the movement control order (MCO), conditional MCO (CMCO) and recovery MCO (RMCO), effective Friday (Feb 26).
MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - A jihadist message, "Islamic State endures", is still graffitied on the front gate of Thanoun Yahya, an Iraqi Christian from the northern city of Mosul, scrawled by Islamist militants who occupied his home for three years when they ruled the city.
AT UKEC’s 4th Malaysian Student Leaders’ Summit (MSLS) in 2010, I spoke on empowering youth and lowering the voting age to 18. That has now been achieved through an Act of Parliament, though apparently some wish to undo that unanimous parliamentary decision.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy on Thursday held a state funeral on Thursday for its ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo and his bodyguard killed in an ambush that a cardinal said should prompt everyone to "hear the cry" of a people devastated by violence.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea launched its COVID-19 inoculation campaign on Friday, with shots to be administered in some 200 nursing homes, in an effort that officials call the first step in returning the country to more normal life.