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S Korea vows tougher laws on sexual abuse amid #MeToo wave

S Korea vows tougher laws on sexual abuse amid #MeToo wave

South Korea vowed on Thursday to strengthen laws against sexual assault and implement measures to reduce harassment as the #MeToo campaign sweeps the country ...

Malaysia says MH370 report to be released after latest search ends

Malaysia says MH370 report to be released after latest search ends

The full investigation report into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be released after the latest search efforts are completed, officials said on Thursday, four years after the aircraft first went missing.

Portugal leases empty monasteries, forts to boost tourism

Portugal leases empty monasteries, forts to boost tourism

The star-shaped walls of the hilltop town of Elvas dominate the plains of Portugal’s southern Alentejo region near the border with Spain.

Fresh arson attacks in Lanka despite emergency laws

Fresh arson attacks in Lanka despite emergency laws

Mobs torched Muslim-owned businesses in a central Sri Lanka district yesterday as hundreds of police and troops struggled to restore order after days of rioting.

Singapore to name orchid after Hasina

Singapore to name orchid after Hasina

Singapore will name an orchid in its famous botanical garden after Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during her upcoming visit to the country.

Serial killer condemned to death for second time

Serial killer condemned to death for second time

An alleged serial killer has been sentenced to death by a Bangladesh court for torturing and murdering a woman may have claimed at least seven other victims, authorities said.

Court stays ban on Everest climbs by blind and amputees

Court stays ban on Everest climbs by blind and amputees

Nepal’s Supreme Court yesterday stayed a government decree that would ban blind people and double-amputees from climbing Everest, weeks before the beginning of the popular climbing season on the world’s highest peak.

Homeward bound

Homeward bound

Humaira Jabeen, 32, mother of three and a family welfare worker, rides a motorbike on her way home on the eve of International Women’s Day in Karachi, yesterday.

Ex-minister Dar’s poll papers illegal: Senate panel

Ex-minister Dar’s poll papers illegal: Senate panel

The standing committee of Pakistani Senate on finance yesterday said that nomination papers for the upper house of parliament by former finance minister Ishaq Dar were illegal as bank officials failed to satisfy the committee about opening of his new account after he had been declared absconder by a

Violence drops for third year: report

Violence drops for third year: report

Casualties linked to militancy and violence have dropped in Pakistan for the third consecutive year, with 21% fewer fatalities in 2017 than in the previous year, a security think-tank says.

Bello warns overseas workers against misrepresentation

Bello warns overseas workers against misrepresentation

The Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) has instituted counter-checking measures on departing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) bound for Kuwait, to ensure that they are qualified and made no misrepresentation when they secured their overseas employment certificate (OEC).

Duterte says ‘not in a million years’ does ICC have right to try him

Duterte says ‘not in a million years’ does ICC have right to try him

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said there is no chance of him going on trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC), because “not in a million years” would it have jurisdiction to indict him.

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