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‘Bring then to safety’: Desperate pleas from Afghan Australians | Human Rights News

Thousands of Afghan Australians are desperately pleading with the Australian government to rescue their wives and children from Kabul as the Taliban takes...

Malaysia’s Muhyiddin resigns after troubled 17 months in power | Coronavirus pandemic News

Muhyiddin becomes Malaysia’s shortest-serving prime minister amid persistent squabbling within his coalition.Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and his cabinet have resigned after just...

Last surviving Khmer Rouge leader appeals genocide conviction | Crimes Against Humanity News

Khieu Samphan is one of only three people convicted over the group’s brutal rule during which some two million people died.Khieu Samphan, Cambodia’s...

Malaysia’s political turmoil: Five things to know | Coronavirus pandemic News

Embattled Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin is expected to resign on Monday after a tumultuous 17 months in power marked by his government’s...

Devastated Indonesian parents mourn children lost to COVID-19 | Coronavirus pandemic News

Paga / Jakarta, Indonesia – At a hospital in Indonesia’s Sikka regency, funeral workers have come to collect a small coffin left outside...

Thai protesters plan ‘car mob’ rally demanding PM resign | Protests News

Anti-government protests in recent weeks have resulted in violent clashes after police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon.Thai protesters have planned...

S Korea’s Moon open to Japan talks despite historical feuds | The World Wars News

Moon Jae-in says South Korea and Japan must work together to ‘surmount difficulties’ and foster cooperation.South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Sunday...

CHRF: Hong Kong group behind huge democracy rallies disbands | Protests News

Civil Human Rights Front says its decision comes amid suppression and ‘unprecedented severe challenges’ to civil society in Hong Kong.Hong Kong’s Civil Human...

‘Literally a war’: Australia state goes into COVID lockdown | Coronavirus pandemic News

New South Wales increases fines for people breaching lockdown rules in the state with police fining people up to $3,700 ‘on the spot’.Australia’s...

Thai protesters clash with police at anti-PM rally in Bangkok | Politics News

At least three protesters injured when Thai police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at a Bangkok rally amid record number of COVID...
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Deaths, gunshots reported at Kabul airport as chaos continues | Asia News

All commercial flights cancelled as five people were reportedly killed at the airport as people scramble to leave Afghanistan.At least five people have...

Taliban takes over Kabul, investors worry about the neighbourhood | Business and Economy News

The Taliban’s rapid advance towards Kabul is causing concern not only about Afghanistan’s future but also about the impact on other countries in...

Four Palestinians shot and killed in Israeli army raid in Jenin | Israel-Palestine conflict News

At least four Palestinian men have been shot dead during confrontations with the Israeli army in the Jenin refugee camp in the north...

‘Bring then to safety’: Desperate pleas from Afghan Australians | Human Rights News

Thousands of Afghan Australians are desperately pleading with the Australian government to rescue their wives and children from Kabul as the Taliban takes...