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‘Lack of workers’ delaying infrastructure development

‘Lack of workers’ delaying infrastructure development

President Rodrigo Duterte said there was a delay in the implementation of the “Build, Build, Build” programme because of shortage of qualified workers.

Justice dept dares Ressa to register complaint

Justice dept dares Ressa to register complaint

The Department of Justice (DoJ) over the weekend dared Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa to stop the “theatrics” and file charges if she had been harassed and abused.

Govt working to address poverty, Lodhi tells UN

Govt working to address poverty, Lodhi tells UN

Pakistan has told the United Nations that the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan is pursuing a number of people-centric policies designed to eliminate poverty by boosting sustainable economic growth of the country.

‘Yellow vests’ rapped over racism, attacks on police

‘Yellow vests’ rapped over racism, attacks on police

French officials have strongly condemned anti-Semitic abuse and anti-police attacks by some “yellow vest” demonstrators as up to 2,000 of them gathered in central Paris to embark on a third month of the anti-government protests.

Italy’s M5S calls online vote amid ‘identity crisis’

Italy’s M5S calls online vote amid ‘identity crisis’

Italy’s ruling 5-Star Movement (M5S) has called an online vote to decide whether or not to block a possible kidnapping trial against Matteo Salvini, their coalition ally and leader of the hard-right League party.

Bishops head to Vatican for sex abuse meet

Bishops head to Vatican for sex abuse meet

Pope Francis gathers bishops from around the world at the Vatican this week for a hotly-awaited summit on tackling the wave of child sex abuse scandals assailing the Catholic Church.

May risks new confrontation with ERG over Brexit backstop

May risks new confrontation with ERG over Brexit backstop

Theresa May is facing a fresh showdown with Eurosceptic Conservative MPs after a Cabinet minister suggested she may ask parliament to approve her Brexit deal again without having legally removed the Irish backstop from the withdrawal text.

The art and science of Japan’s cherry blossom forecast

The art and science of Japan’s cherry blossom forecast

As spring approaches in Japan, the country’s weather forecasters face one of their biggest missions of the year: predicting exactly when the famed cherry blossoms will bloom.

Smoke near Indonesia electoral debate was fireworks, say police

Smoke near Indonesia electoral debate was fireworks, say police

Indonesian police said yesterday a suspected explosion outside the venue of a live presidential debate in the capital Jakarta was caused by fireworks.

Thai junta chief’s bid for PM intact after whirlwind week

Thai junta chief’s bid for PM intact after whirlwind week

Junta chief Prayut Chan-O-Cha’s grip on power was tossed into doubt by the political cameo of a princess, but a week later his ambitions to rebrand as a civilian leader appear back on track, a survivor – for now – of Thailand’s treacherous politics.

Democrats’ coveted 2020 prize? An endorsement from Ocasio-Cortez

Democrats’ coveted 2020 prize? An endorsement from Ocasio-Cortez

Welcome to the AOC primary. At 29 years old, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — already known as “AOC” for short — is too young to be eligible to run for US president.

Nine dead in Bangladesh slum fire

Nine dead in Bangladesh slum fire

A fire tore through a slum in southern Bangladesh yesterday killing at least nine people and destroying hundreds of shanty homes, police said.

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