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PETALING JAYA: The number of new Covid-19 cases has seen a global increase for the first time in seven weeks, says the World Health Organisation (WHO).
GENEVA (Reuters) - Top U.N. human rights experts said on Monday that Russia was to blame for attempting to kill Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, and called for an international investigation into his poisoning last year.
Coronavirus: Chinese woman spent six months behind bars for Covid-19 social media post, court document shows
Zhang Wenfang was found guilty of ‘knowingly spreading false information and causing serious disruption to public order’Her Weibo post collated stories about people’s suffering, including a 70-year-old man who took his own life because he was unable to continue his dialysis treatment during the lockdown in Wuhan
HONG KONG (AFP): quities rose in Asia on Monday (March 1) as investors took a breather following last week's heavy selling, with a drop in US Treasury yields giving markets some much-needed stability, while the passage of Joe Biden's stimulus through the House provided some cheer.
Google’s streaming video game service Stadia had ambitious plans to disrupt the gaming industry, which is dominated by consoles.
YANGON (Reuters): Protesters in Myanmar prepared for more demonstrations against junta rule on Monday (March 1), defying a crackdown a day earlier that killed at least 18 people in the bloodiest violence since the military seized power one month ago.
ALMATY (Reuters) - Police in Kazakhstan detained dozens of opposition supporters on Sunday who took to the streets of major cities denouncing what they called political repression in the oil-rich Central Asian nation.
YANGON, Feb 28, 2021 (AFP): Myanmar security forces violently dispersed anti-coup rallies around the country on Sunday, with reports of at least three protesters killed in the crackdown.
Biden and Xi must now meet to get a handle on Indo-Pacific and the pandemic.
JANGEBE, Nigeria (Reuters) - Gunmen in Nigeria on Saturday released 27 teenage boys who were kidnapped from their school last week in the north-central state of Niger, while security forces continued to search for more than 300 schoolgirls abducted in a nearby state.