. The state of emergency was first declared in February 2021, after the military toppled the civilian government led by Aung San Suu Kyi
The man wearing a police uniform, who is believed to be an officer, was brandishing a Russian-made AK-47 assault rifle when he broke into two shops. He took trays filled with gold and jewellery that he threw on the pavement outside, shouting for people to take the items, according to a police statement
The Japanese macaque was identified as responsible for at least one of the many monkey attacks that have plagued the Japanese city of Yamaguchi since the start of July.
Asian governments and companies have been slower, compared to their Western counterparts, in advocating for a healthy work-life balance.
The GAAR advisory panel has, for the first time, reached a decision in favour of a UK taxpayer in an anti-abuse dispute.
The planned withdrawal of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) from its role as England’s designated quality body (DQB) could have a negative impact on how the country’s higher education qualifications are perceived internationally, according to one legal expert.
Growing demand for polysilicon made outside China could help spur the development of India’s solar manufacturing industry, experts say, but the country faces numerous challenges to boost domestic production capacity.
Investment fund managers have been urged to review their distribution agreements after new guidance was issued on the application of EU rules around the marketing of alternative investment funds (AIFs) and Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS).
The 31-year-old patient – who travelled to countries with documented monkeypox cases – is ‘recovering well’ and is under home isolation. 10 close contacts have been identified, of which three are from the same household.
Legal proceedings raised in Switzerland against cement producer Holcim highlight the growing risk global businesses face from climate-related litigation, experts have said.