Barely a year after he was released from 10 years of preventive detention for molesting six children, a serial paedophile went back to his old ways.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Parent Action Group for Education (PAGE) wants the government to allow students to skip school when it reopens on January 20 and attend their SPM and STPM exams when the time...
The world is on the "brink of a catastrophic moral failure" if rich countries hog Covid-19 vaccine doses while the poorest suffer, the head of the WHO said Monday.
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], January 18 (ANI): Sevilla FC on Monday finalised a partnership agreement with FC Bengaluru United and Nimida Sports business group -- led by Gaurav Manchanda -- as part of the Spanish football club's expansion plans to grow its brand internationally.
Blue Monday falls on the third week of January and is said to be the most depressing day of the year.
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Thai police said on Monday they were investigating a complaint by a political activist who said he had been abducted by a group of unknown men and then questioned inside a van for 12 hours before being dumped on the street. Mongkol Santimetakul, 25, a volunteer guard for the protest movement, said at around 11 p.m. on Saturday on a street near his home in a province south of Bangkok he was bundled into a van by the men who placed a hood over his head and confiscated his phone. He said he was asked about an anti-monarchy sign that was erected by protesters in a nearby area.
The world's top tennis players have been arriving in Melbourne and Adelaide this week and have entered a mandatory two-week quarantine period ahead of the Feb. 8-21 tournament to try to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. Preparations have been further complicated by at least nine infections amongst the arrivals meaning more than 70 players will be unable to train for 14 days ahead of the tournament as they enter a hard quarantine. Some players have complained about quarantine conditions and said they had not been told they would not be allowed to train if there were positive COVID-19 cases on their flights. However, Scotsman Reid said the players knew the risks before they came. "It's a minority of the players that are kicking up a fuss but the majority of the time that minority are the loudest," Reid told Reuters via Zoom from his room. Reid, who won the Australian Open in 2016, has been in his hotel room for five days now and hasn't seen anybody, including his coach who is in the room next door. Reid was supposed to leave the hotel for five hours of training on Monday (January 18) but because of the positive tests this has been pushed back.
“Sonsational,” a documentary on star South Korean soccer player Son Heung-min, is set to bow on Amazon Prime Video U.K. on Jan. 18. Captain of the South Korea national soccer team, Son also plays for English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. The documentary focuses on Son’s life in 2019 and features testimonials by teammates and […]
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Dominic Raab has called for the release of Kremlin critic and opposition leader Alexei Navalny after he was detained in Moscow. The Foreign Secretary said on Twitter that Navalny should be “immediately released” after he was detained at a Moscow airport on Sunday after spending five months in Germany recovering from nerve agent poisoning. “Rather than persecuting Mr Navalny, Russia should explain how a chemical weapon came to be used on Russian soil.”
Ivory Coast defender Willy Boly conceded a penalty, created a goal, and scored for Wolves in a 3-2 defeat by West Brom at the weekend in the English Premier League.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Malaysia added another 3,306 Covid-19 cases today, making it four days in a row where new infections have exceeded the 3,000-cases mark. This also means the total number of...
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Walt Disney's resort in the Chinese city of Shanghai said on Monday it was investigating after a travel agency apparently refused to let a member of the Uighur Muslim minority use a resort and lodging package sold by a hotel nearby. Screenshots of a conversation between a customer who identified as ethnic Uighur and was looking to book a Disney resort package at the Aishabao Apartment Hotel in Shanghai, and travel booking platform Zlton.com, were shared on Chinese social media and on Twitter over the weekend. The guest was shown a notification that the package was not open to Uighurs, foreigners or holders of Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan identification cards, and was told the same by a Zlton customer service representative, according to screenshots of the exchange.
Santiago [Chile], January 18 (ANI): The Indian junior women's hockey team produced a fantastic performance to defeat Chile 5-3 to complete a highly successful return here at the Prince of Wales Country Club.
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