A small Singapore opposition party has corrected online posts critical of the government following an order by the labour ministry under a new ‘fake news’ law that rights groups say is being used to chill dissent.
Samoa has passed a law to make childhood vaccinations compulsory as the Pacific nation continues efforts to contain a devastating measles outbreak that by Thursday had killed 77 people, most of them infants.
At least 16 people, most of them teenagers, were arrested on charges of possessing items fit for unlawful purposes, such as petrol bombs and screwdrivers. Three of the people arrested were charged for dangerous driving.
The protesters chanted pro-democracy slogans in Causeway Bay, one of the city's busiest shopping districts, as riot police warned them with loudspeakers and flags that the gathering was unlawful and that they should disperse.
Thousands of lawyers have protested in Istanbul, Ankara and other cities against the plan, saying it aims to silence some of the few institutions still speaking out against the government's record on rule of law and human rights.
Waving flags and holding up placards, the protesters, wearing face masks amid a continuing rise in coronavirus infections, lashed out at an anti-terror law that Duterte signed early this month.
Rabih Bou Rashid, CEO of FEDS, said: "The global commercial drones market is slated to grow 20 per cent annually. That growth, however, has been limited because of a lack of crucial legislation and roadmap in the world.”
The Public Prosecution published this information as part of its campaign aimed at promoting the legal culture among members of the community, as well as raising the public's awareness about the law and the country's legislations.
The UAE Central Bank imposed administrative and financial penalties on a bank in the UAE for breaching the Anti-Money Laundering law.