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TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's military court has released Seifeddine Makhlouf, head of the conservative Karama party, and another opposition figure, his lawyer said on Monday amid concerns over human rights since President Kais Saied seized power last year.
China reaffirmed its opposition to unilateral sanctions by the United States against Iran as the Chinese and Iranian foreign ministers announced the launch of a 25-year cooperation agreement aimed at strengthening economic and political ties.
Washington plans to cooperate with the European Union on confronting China’s non-market practices in the aerospace industry, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - The English Football League (EFL) has asked Derby County's administrators to provide a funding plan to show how the club can fulfil their remaining second-tier Championship fixtures, a spokesperson for the governing body said on Friday.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian rebel and opposition groups said Germany's conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer for crimes against humanity this week was welcome but was only a step towards holding to account President Bashar al-Assad and his top aides.
Chinese medicine halls and sundry shops in Kuala Lumpur are urging the local authority to speed up the approval process for the sale of surplus liquor stock in the run-up to Chinese New Year.They say this is the ideal time for them to clear their stocks by including them in festive hampers, which are in high demand during this period.
HAWKERS and petty traders operating in Kuala Lumpur under the Federal Territories Free Trading Initiative can continue their business as the deadline has been extended to the end of June.
KOTA KINABALU: Six trade associations are seeking help from the Sabah government to resolve a shortage of foreign worker faced by industries in the state.
A SHOPLOT owner in Kepong is losing months in potential rental as Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has not given permission for the shop to reopen after ordering its shutdown in August last year.
LONDON (Reuters) - Reducing the self-isolation period for people who test positive for COVID-19 from seven days to five would help British workforces that have been hard hit by absences, education minister Nadhim Zahawi said on Sunday.