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Deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday thanked her supporters for defying the junta to celebrate her 76th birthday with flower protests, as her trial on a raft of criminal charges resumed.
Iran's president-elect said Monday he wouldn't meet with President Biden nor negotiate over Tehran's ballistic missile program and its support of regional militias, sticking to a hard-line position following his landslide victory in last week's election.
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A former Jordanian royal court chief and a low-ranking member of the royal family pleaded 'Not guilty' on Monday to charges of agitating to destabilise the monarchy, one of their lawyers said. Prosecutors had referred to a military court the case of Bassem Awadallah, an ex-royal court chief and finance minister who played a big role in the drive to liberalise Jordan's economy, and Sherif Hassan Zaid, a distant relative of King Abdullah. During the first session of the trial on Monday, both pleaded not guilty, according to Mohamed Afif, Awadallah's lawyer.
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When the daughter of a friend boarded the Cebu-bound plane from Switzerland late last week, she was brimming with anticipation that she would be able to see her family immediately after arrival. The reunion
THE town of Compostela and its neighboring areas can now experience a stable water supply after bulk water supplier Mactan Rock Industries Inc. (MRII) has built a water treatment plant in Barangay Cabadiangan.The
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. rights to “American Sausage Standoff” (“Gutterbee”), a comedy by Danish actor-turned-filmmaker Ulrich Thomsen who stars in “Banshee.” The movie is represented by REinvent International Sales. Samuel Goldwyn Films plans to release the film as a day-and-date release on Aug. 7. Written and directed by Thomsen, “American Sausage Standoff” is […]
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad has been pushing a campaign called “the year of wheat”.But instead he’s facing a year of drought. A lack of rainfall risks leaving an import gap of at least 1.5 million tons – that Syria’s Minister of Agriculture has put down to climate change. The harvest has dropped this year by around 50 percent - says Farmer Imad al Sayyed. The agricultural blow and lack of funds to finance the imports will add pressure to Syria’s already battered economy. Russia, one of the world's largest exporters of wheat and one of Assad's closest allies, says it’s stepping in to help the country meet the four million tonnes of annual domestic demand. But its cargoes have been slow to arrive in recent years as funds grew scarce, with publicly available customs data showing no significant supplies to Syria. Officials and expert estimates show at least 1.5 million tons of wheat imports were needed.They said a 1.2 million-ton government purchasing target, driven by forced sales to the government, now looked wildly unrealistic.The country's bread basket lies in the northeast Hasaka province where much of the country's cereals crop is in the hands of breakaway Kurds.Damascus is unlikely to get any supplies from farmers under the Kurdish-led administration there, where over 60 percent of the country's wheat is grown.About 70 percent of wheat production still lies outside of government control, forcing it to compete with other bidders by pushing prices up.Meanwhile Syrians are going hungry.Much of the domestic wheat demand is needed to support a government bread subsidy program.The country’s financial troubles have already translated into bread shortages with some residents waiting in lines of up to five hours across government-controlled areas. The World Food Programme said in March a record 12.4 million Syrians suffer from food insecurity and hunger. That’s more than 60 percent of the population and double the number seen in 2018.
THE Philippines’ internet speeds continue to show improvement as the country transitions to a full digital transformation in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic.According to the Department of Information
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Cargo shippers are now in charge to obtain and document the verified gross mass (VGM) of their packed containers, according to the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) order that has taken effect this month.PPA
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If you believe in destiny, then Jon Rahm is your kind of guy to typify it. Why, because he won the U.S. Men’s Open on Monday (June 21, PH time) in a most unusual manner.Down by a shot with two holes