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UK PM 'broke the law': Labour leader

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LONDON: Britain’s main opposition leader on Sunday accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of breaking the law, but the government vowed changes after an explosive series of revelations about lockdown-breaching parties.
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Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'
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Djokovic's family says politics and "other interests" dominated his case
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Monks flee temples in eastern Myanmar as fighting intensifies
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UK PM 'broke the law': Labour leader
Serbia calls Australia's decision to deport Djokovic 'scandalous'
Djokovic's family says politics and "other interests" dominated his case
Monks flee temples in eastern Myanmar as fighting intensifies
Indonesia to introduce new tax breaks on property, car sales
JAKARTA: Indonesia will introduce new tax breaks on property and automotive sales this year in a bid to accelerate its economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic as authorities prepare for the spread of the Omicron variant, top officials said on Sunday.
Alzheimer patient is Thailand's first Omicron fatality
BANGKOK: Thailand has reported its first death from the highly contagious Omicron coronavirus variant, a health official said on Sunday.
Philippines says 'indispensable' Suu Kyi must be involved in Myanmar peace process
MANILA: Deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is “indispensable” in restoring democracy to the military-ruled country and must be included in any peace talks, regardless of her conviction, the Philippines’ foreign minister said on Sunday.
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Court partially suspends vaccine pass system
Rise in pork prices likely due to hogging of supplies
Internal Revenue officer found dead in office
Thailand looking to ease certain Covid-19 restrictions
Spinal deformities among children increasing by about 300,000 annually in China
AN estimated five million primary and high school students in China currently suffer from spinal deformities, with the number increasing by about 300,000 every year.
Covid-19 clusters at US facilities may have triggered resurgence in Japan
TOKYO: The Covid-19 clusters at United States military facilities in Japan have possibly caused a resurgence of infections in some areas of the country.
Thailand's tourism fee draws mixed reactions
THAILAND'S new 300 baht tourism fee that will take effect in April is drawing mixed reactions from tourism operators as the sector’s recovery remains fragile.