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  2. Australia Day: Thousands defy Covid rules in 'Invasion Day' protests 4 hours ago Several arrested during Australia Day protests in Sydney Several people have been arrested for breaking Covid rules protesting against the culturally sensitive Australia Day holiday. At least five arrests were made in Sydney at a rally attended by around 2,000 people, despite rules limiting the numbers allowed to gather at 500. The day is controversial as it marks the start of Australia's colonisation. Australia Day is celebrated on 26
  3. Covid: Dutch curfew riots rage for third night Published Share Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic media captionDutch police have described it as the worst unrest in four decades Protesters defying a curfew in the Netherlands have clashed with riot police in a third night of unrest. More than 180 people were arrested on Monday in several cities. In Rotterdam, police fired warning shots and tear gas, after an emergency order
  4. Sikkim: Chinese and Indian troops 'in new border clash' Published Share IMAGE COPYRIGHTGETTY IMAGES image captionSikkim is one of many areas that have seen India-China disputes. File image Chinese and Indian troops have reportedly clashed again in a disputed border area, with injuries on both sides, Indian media say. The incident took place in north Sikkim last Wednesday. India's army said there had been a "minor" incident that had been "resolved".
  5. China takes new foreign investment top spot from US Published Share IMAGE COPYRIGHTGETTY IMAGES China has overtaken the US as the world's top destination for new foreign direct investment, according to UN figures released on Sunday. New investments into America from overseas companies fell by almost half last year, leading to the loss of its number one status. In contrast, UN figures show direct investment into Chinese firms climbed 4%, putting
  6. Zuckerberg's Biden problem By James Clayton North America technology reporter Published Share image captionFacebook's Mark Zuckerberg and President Biden Before the Cambridge Analytica story had broken. Before Facebook's acknowledgement that its platform had been used to help incite ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Before the WhatsApp lynchings in India. Before QAnon and the Proud Boys - Mark Zuckerberg had the world at his feet. So much so in fact, that at the sta
  7. 1) Conducting provincial council polls – 0.3% 2) Boosting tourism – 1.1% 3) Repatriating migrant workers - 2.8% 4) Obtaining Covid 19 vaccine - 8.2% 5) Resolve dispute over burial and cremations – 87.6% A large majority (87.6%) had voted demanding a resolution to the dispute over burial and cremation எனக்கென்னவோ இது நம்பிற மாதிரி தெரியேல்லை!? 87% உடல் தகனம் செய்ய கேட்கினமாம்! எங்கேயோ வாக்கு ஊழல் நடந்திருக்கு
  8. Sri Lanka: Is The Heta Nama Lakshaya (Sixty-Nine Lakhs) Fizzling Out? by Mass L. Usuf This column attempts to address a different perspective on the burial or cremation disagreement. Therefore, no in-depth references will be made to science, myth or racism which are often associated with the issue. Political rally in Sri Lanka Focus is directed on the subjects of Procedural Justice and Social Justice. Though the word justice is used, it is not in relation to law or the legal system. The objective is to focus
  9. Rahul Gandhi tongue-ties his translator in Tamil Nadu roadshow with convoluted attack Congress leader Rahul Gandhi left everyone, including his own translator, baffled with his speech as he tried to attack PM Modi-led Centre during a road show Written by Koushik Narayanan Congress leader Rahul Gandhi left everyone, including his own translator, baffled with his speech as he attempted to attack the PM Modi-led Centre during his speech at a campaign in Coimbatore on Saturday. The Congress leader is on a three-day visit
  10. The homeless drug addict who became a professor 11 hours ago By Sarah McDermott BBC World Service Jesse Thistle, wearing a beaded thistle around his neck Jesse Thistle spent more than a decade on the streets and in jail. But despite this he has managed to become an expert on the culture of his Indigenous Canadian ancestors - with the help of his mother, from whom he was separated as a young child. Sometimes, at night, feeling humiliated after a day of begging, Jesse Thistle would walk up to the fountain on Ottawa's Parliament Hill.
  11. Sri Lanka Minister who promoted 'Covid syrup' tests positive 22 hours ago AFP Pavithra Wanniarachchi (L) has become the fourth Sri Lankan minister to test positive Sri Lanka's health minister, who endorsed herbal syrup to prevent Covid, has tested positive for the virus. Pavithra Wanniarachchi tested positive on Friday, a media secretary at the Ministry of Health told the BBC. She had promoted the syrup, manufactured by a shaman who claimed it worked as a life-long inoculation against the virus. Sri Lank
  12. Tse Chi Lop: Alleged Asian drug lord arrested in Amsterdam Published Share image captionTse Chi Lop was arrested at Amsterdam airport on Friday Police in the Netherlands have arrested the alleged head of one of the world's biggest drugs gangs, on a warrant issued by Australia. Tse Chi Lop - a Chinese-born Canadian national - is said to be the head of The Company, which dominates a $70bn illegal drugs market across Asia. Listed as one of
  13. Why Neoliberal Leaders Who Failed to Protect Their Countries From COVID-19 Must Be Investigated by Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad Warnings that the oxygen supply was running out in the city of Manaus, Brazil, came to local and federal government officials a week before the calamity led to the deaths by asphyxiation of patients afflicted with COVID-19. No modern state—such as Brazil—should have to admit that it did nothing when these warnings came in and simply allowed its own citizens to die for no reason. A Supreme Court judge a
  14. Iran's supreme leader makes online threats to attack golfing Trump Published Share IMAGE COPYRIGHTTWITTER image captionThe image from the Khamenei-linked account appears to depict Donald Trump playing golf below an aircraft Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has posted online an apparent call for an attack on Donald Trump in revenge for last year's killing of its top military commander, Gen Qasem Soleimani. A photomontage, on his official website, appears to show the ex
  15. Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia 5 hours ago Reuters Google says the new law will lead to it disabling its search tool for Australians Google has threatened to remove its search engine from Australia over the nation's attempt to make the tech giant share royalties with news publishers. Australia is introducing a world-first law to make Google, Facebook and potentially other tech companies pay media outlets for their news content. But the US firms have fought back, warning the law would make them wi
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