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HANOI, Aug 28 (Bernama): Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday asked ministries and agencies to closely monitor and accelerate granting of visas to foreign experts and investors, Vietnam news agency (VNA) reported.
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Protesters around the world took to the streets again on Friday, despite coronavirus warnings, in a wave of outrage at the death of African American George Floyd in the United States and racism against minorities in their own nations.
(Reuters) - The death of African American George Floyd in the United States, after a police officer pressed a knee into his neck while detaining him, has triggered worldwide protests against racism and brutality.
PARIS (Reuters) - French police have banned a demonstration planned to take place in front of the U.S. Embassy in Paris on Saturday as protests mount around the world over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris police banned on Tuesday a demonstration planned in memory of Adama Traore, a 24-year old black Frenchman who died in a 2016 police operation which some have likened to the death of George Floyd in the United States.
As the coronavirus continues to spread in the United States, the Trump administration is fielding criticism from some public health officials, politicians and Asian Americans for labeling the illness a "Chinese virus", a term that experts argued is inaccurate and has led to increased incidents of racist attacks against Asians of different ethnicities.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Friday (Jan 24) has defended the city-state’s new "fake news” law amid criticisms that his government has been using it to target opposition leaders and critics.
HANOI: Vietnam’s new get-tough-on-drunk-driving law is reining in one of the world’s fastest-growing beer markets. Beer sales in the country have dropped by at least 25% since strict penalties on inebriated drivers took effect on Jan. 1, and the police have issued more than 6,200 fines, according to local media.