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Myanmar army fires ambassador to the UN after anti-coup speech | Politics News

Myanmar’s ambassador to the United Nations has been fired, state television reported on Saturday, a day after he urged the UN to use “any...

Myanmar ramps up violent crackdown on anti-coup protesters | Protests News

Yangon, Myanmar – Security forces have deployed harsher methods against anti-coup protesters than previously used in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, ahead of plans for...

Myanmar protesters in running battle with security forces | Politics News

Myanmar security forces have moved decisively in a bid to violently prevent opponents of the military government from gathering, after the country’s own United...

Myanmar envoy urges UN to use ‘any means necessary’ to stop coup | United Nations News

An envoy for Myanmar’s overthrown government has called on the United Nations to use “any means necessary” to stop a military coup, as police...

UN rights chief decries abuses in Xinjiang, arrests in Hong Kong | Uighur News

Michelle Bachelet presses for an independent assessment of the situation in Muslim Uighur homeland as her visit to China is delayed.United Nations human rights...

Vaccine hoarding threatens global supply via COVAX: WHO | Coronavirus pandemic News

Countries seeking their own COVID-19 vaccine doses are making deals with drug companies that threaten the supply for the global COVAX programme for poor...

G20 nations warn uneven vaccine roll-out could stall recovery | Business and Economy News

‘We will not get back to our normal lives until the virus is eradicated in all countries,’ Italy’s Minister of Economy and Finance Daniele...

GameStop has deja vu, Iraq reflects on oil and Martian winds blow | Business and Economy News

It’s the final week of February, and if you’re anxiously awaiting those first little signs of spring, you’re not alone. There are plenty of reasons...

Stocks slump as inflation fears overtake economic recovery hopes | Financial Markets News

Asian stocks fell by the most in nine months on Friday as a rout in global bond markets sent bond yields flying and spooked...

India, China FMs to set up hotline as border crisis eases | Border Disputes News

Foreign ministers to have hotline as the nuclear-armed neighbours look to reduce tensions along a disputed Himalayan border.India and China have agreed to set...

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