The coronavirus pandemic has infected at least 62 million people and cut more than 1.4 million lives short. Here are the developments for November 29:
The global coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 59 million people and killed neary 1.4 million. Here are the updates for November 23:
Below are harrowing accounts of brutality told by women who are among the millions toiling away on vast plantations across Indonesia and Malaysia, producing oil that ends up in supply chains of big names like L’Oreal, Unilever and Procter & Gamble.
For over a decade, doctors have been testing whether the cheap, all-in-one combo pills could help prevent heart and cardiovascular disease and death.
Some players have taken to selling homemade cakes and coconut ice drinks to passersby or simple street food like chicken satay, while a footballer in north Sumatra found work as a bank security guard
Protests continue across the Muslim world over French President Emmanuel Macron’s controversial remarks on Islam and Muslims, as well as his defence of republishing the Charlie Hebdo caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.
Dutch soldiers executed 11 unarmed people during the Indonesian war of independence, between 1945 and 1950. Now their children will be compensated for the murders of their kin.
While the government claims the new law will favour both the environment and business, experts voice concerns that it will speed up the destruction of its rainforests.
More than 37.9 million people have tested positive for Covid-19 globally, while over a million have died from the virus. Here are the updates for October 12:
Police and demonstrators clash in the capital Jakarta on the third day of protests against a polarising new bill that critics say will harm labour rights and environment.
The sweeping new legislation has been championed by the government of President Joko Widodo as key to boosting the competitiveness of Southeast Asia's largest economy but protesters fear the law will cripple labour rights and harm the environment.
The question of who owns the oil-rich Sabah state resurfaced with the recent deportation of its Filipino residents.
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