Modern TikTok beggars, mostly elderly women, have taken to pouring dirty river water over themselves on demand, in exchange for virtual gifts.
Myanmar’s military has been invited to take part in a working group co-chaired by the US and Thailand – despite Washington last year declaring it had committed genocide.
France, Germany and Austria among nations named in report by human rights group Special Advisory Council for Myanmar.
Anwar met Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and President Halimah Yacob in first official visit to city state, says both sides need to explore new areas of cooperation.
Police cannot begin the search for the two men until after 7am on Monday because of weather conditions. Three other skiers hit by the avalanche – including one who broke an arm – were among 11 foreign nationals who have descended.
Clean water and sanitation were recognised as basic human rights by the UN in 2010 but still, around two million citizens in Malaysia do not have enough access to fit-to-drink H2O.
The 10 plaintiffs allege their former employer, Grand Isle Shipyard, left them as virtual prisoners, trapped in their bunkhouse in the Louisiana storm last year.
Former Covid tsar and defence minister among key members who got the boot from Umno for demanding party boss Ahmad Zahid’s resignation over poor election showing.
Justice secretary says The Hague-based court does not have jurisdiction to allow a suspended investigation to resume and argued Duterte government was already looking into the deaths of suspects during an anti-drug crackdown under the former president.
Alibaba denies local media reports it is building a new global headquarters in Singapore, saying development in city is for its Lazada subsidiary.