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On Day One, Biden rolls back Trump policies on wall, climate, health, Muslims

US President Joe Biden signed 15 executive actions shortly after being sworn in on Wednesday (Jan 20), undoing policies put in place by his predecessor, Donald Trump.

DPM Heng gets first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, says Pfizer shots safe, even for former stroke patients

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat received his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine and said it was "painless and done in less than 10 seconds."

China Slaps Sanctions On 28 Trump Administration Officials, Including Mike Pompeo

In a statement released just minutes after President Biden took office, China's foreign ministry said it was sanctioning those "who have seriously violated China's sovereignty."

Thailand jails woman for more than 43 years for insulting monarchy

Thai woman accused of insulting the royal family jailed for more than 43 years, the harshest punishment ever handed out under the country's lese majeste laws.

Man arrested for allegedly spending more than S$2,000 on credit card he found

A 52-year-old man was arrested on Monday (Jan 18) for allegedly making unauthorised transactions worth more than S$2,000 with a found credit card.

为了8美元施舍,数名妇女在斯里兰卡踩踏事件中丧生

三名妇女在一座商人的仓库外被踩踏致死,当时她们正在领取每年的斋月施舍。

中国准备扩大对香港的控制权

中国准备再次推动通过一项《国家安全法》,这几乎肯定会在半自治的香港引发更多反对北京统治的抗议活动。

COVID-19:王乙康表示,回学校上课不能变成“自愿”行为,因为这不利于学生和教师重拾上课热情

政府不能让学生上学成为一种“自愿”选项,因为这样的制度对学生和教师的上课热情都没有好处