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Muslim migrant workers in Singapore will be allowed to hold "congregational prayers" in their residences during Ramadan, which starts this week, the Manpower Ministry has confirmed.
KOTA BARU (Bernama): The Kelantan government has cancelled all Ramadan bazaars following the surge in Covid-19 cases in the state, said state Local Government, Housing and Health Committee chairman Dr Izani Husin.
PETALING JAYA: Owing to the ongoing pandemic, Easter mass and services in churches were celebrated under strict Covid-19 standard operating procedure, with many Christians joining in the ceremony online.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - With Jerusalem emerging from COVID-19 curbs and the faithful flocking there again, Easter Sunday brought a message of renewal from the traditional site of Jesus' death and resurrection.
Christians in Indonesia celebrated Good Friday under heavy security with forces on high alert following a suicide bomb attack at a cathedral last week.
More than 900,000 people in Singapore have received first dose of Covid-19 vaccine: DPM Heng Swee Keat
SINGAPORE, April 2 (The Straits Times/ANN): More than 900,000 people in Singapore have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Friday (April 2).
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The police and some churches in Singapore have bolstered security measures for the Easter weekend, in the light of a suicide attack on an Indonesian church on Sunday (March 28) as well as two foiled terror plots in the Republic in recent months.
JAKARTA (AFP): An armed woman shot dead at Indonesia's national police headquarters Wednesday (March 31) was an Islamic State sympathiser, authorities said, citing social media posts she made shortly before the fatal gun battle.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Seen from the air, the fragility of humanity as it must have been in the Holy Land in centuries past is plain to see - ancient monasteries clinging to precipices, tiny fishing boats on the Sea of Galilee, deserts gnawing at the edges of towns.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Crosses etched in mysterious abundance across the walls of Christianity's most sacred church were long assumed to be graffiti, but they may be the work of mediaeval masons paid to carve them by pilgrims, research suggests.