Singapore is seeking a compromise in its review of a colonial-era law banning sex between men, as the rule is a marker for important values society cares about, said deputy prime minister Lawrence Wong.
Despite a weaker-than-expected second quarter, the economy is expected to continue growing in the second half of the year as tourism picks up, the Bank of Thailand (BoT) said on Tuesday, suggesting gradual policy tightening may continue.
Artisans weave intricate patterns to create baskets and bags at the ‘Devotion to Works of Art’ exhibition held to commemorate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother’s 90th birthday on Aug 12 at the Queen’s Gallery on Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue. photos by Apichart Jinakul
KYIV, Ukraine: A "catastrophe" at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine would threaten the whole of Europe, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Monday.
YANGON: A Myanmar junta court jailed Aung San Suu Kyi for six years for corruption on Monday, a source close to the case said, taking the ousted leader's prison time to 17 years.
WASHINGTON - The US Justice Department on Monday opposed requests to unseal the affidavit used to justify last week's FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida residence.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell Monday on the prospects of a return of Iranian oil to the market and data showing China's economic recovery stuttering under Covid-19 restrictions.
NEW YORK: Inflation, supply chain problems and ongoing Covid-19 lockdowns in China are among the factors conspiring to delay a full recovery in business travel to its pre-pandemic level, according to an industry forecast released Monday.