Sharia law in Indonesia: Now, female floggers to whip women for premarital sex, cuddling in public

More women in Aceh, a conservative region on Sumatra island, are being charged under sharia law for morality crimes such as cuddling in public or premarital sex.

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Coronavirus outbreak: UAE announces first case of new coronavirus, in family from Wuhan

"It added in a statement that the health condition of those affected was stable and under medical monitoring."

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Palestinians infuriated as Trump unveils Middle-East peace plan with Jerusalem as Capital

Netanyahu's gratitude towards Trump is because the deal is stacked largely in Israel's favour.

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Coronavirus outbreak: Beijing drug store fined $434,530 for hiking price of masks

The regulator has issued a notice of administrative penalty to Beijing Jimin Kangtai Pharmacy for sharply raising the price of N95 masks.

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Health care in America: For one family, a $300,000 debt nightmare

Despite spending the most on health care in the world, 27.5 million Americans are without any health insurance.

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Motion for Iran to quit nuclear proliferation treaty enters parliament

The 1968 NPT has been the foundation of global nuclear arms control since the Cold War.

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Meet Jennifer Randive - the Maverick CEO

Crisis, Challenges, Change 3 words that characterise the multilingual Jennifer Randive

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Coronavirus outbreak: Chinese media, official post fake image of newly constructed hospital

The fake image which is actually of a modular apartment building in Qingdao, China, were posted by the official Twitter handles of People's Daily which is a state-run media organisation.

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China says World Health Organization chief against virus-related evacuations, as countries plan pull-outs

A growing number of countries have said they will evacuate their citizens from Wuhan, a central city of 11 million people and the epicentre of the outbreak.

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Won't ban Huawei in Europe but will impose strict rules: European commissioner Breton

UK PM Johnson is set to decide on whether to allow Huawei to operate in the country amid US pressure

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Netanyahu withdraws bid for immunity from corruption prosecution

Netanyahu could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted of bribery and a maximum three-year term for fraud and breach of trust.

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US stops weapons delivery to Iraq amid tensions with Baghdad: Reports

The freeze includes halting supplies for the new F-16 fleet, the report said on Monday citing Air Force spokesperson Brian Brackens.

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Frank Sinatra's gold-seated toilet yields thousands at auction

His gold-seated toilet was sold was $4,250, while his ''basic'' marble toilet seat was sold for $1,800.

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Belgium's former King Albert II admits artist Delphine Boel to be his biological daughter; DNA Tests confirm rumours

The monarch was informed by authorities that he must comply with the DNA ruling and would face a fine of €5,000 for each day he didn't provide a sample.

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Ahead of Olympics, Tokyo prepares foreigners for potential disasters

With thousands of foreigners expected to descend on Tokyo for the July 24 to Aug. 9 event, organisers are acutely aware of the need to provide clear instructions in English and raise awareness of…

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