By TASSANEE VEJPONGSA – Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) – A military-controlled Myanmar court on Monday deferred verdicts on two charges against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi, accused of importing and detaining walkie-talkies without following official procedures , said a legal official familiar with the matter. noted. The case in court in the capital, Naypyitaw, …

“All government institutions are measured by results: social protection, access to electricity and water, education and basic health care, good governance and the protection of human rights”, he added. declared Secretary General António Guterres. ‘Critical role’ Speaking at a press conference marking the end of his three-day solidarity mission, he said that if the country …

In 2020, the world saw Lebanon recover from worsening crises: soaring inflation, civil unrest that spilled over from the previous year, unruly spread of COVID-19 and a deadly port explosion that devastated the country’s capital. . But what happened in 2021 was a return to crises at the institutional level – top-down rot. After 13 …

CHICAGO: Teachers and educators in Iran continued to protest in more than 100 cities this week against the mullahs’ regime’s oppressive policies that target educators, officials from the US-based National Council of Resistance of Iran said on Friday. United. NCRI officials said the protests began on December 15, demanding better treatment of teachers and educators. …

The year 2021 has not been filled with favorable results for Iran. However, with the swearing-in of a new U.S. Democratic administration in January and the installation this summer of a die-hard Iranian president in Ebrahim Raisi – a goal long sought by Tehran’s rulers – senior Iranian officials are expect the situation in Iran …

The number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits remained unchanged last week, remaining at an all-time low that reflects the strong recovery in the labor market after the coronavirus recession last year. Unemployment claims remained at 205,000. The four-week average, which eases week-over-week highs and lows, rose to just over 206,000. The numbers suggest the spread …

Mandatory vaccination passes aimed at limiting the spread of Covid-19 went into effect in Tunisia on Wednesday, despite some popular opposition and criticism from the rights group Amnesty International. Only people with a vaccination record and their national identity card can now access cafes, banks, shopping centers and state institutions. Dozens of people demonstrated Tuesday …

BEIRUT: At the end of a meeting chaired Wednesday by President Michel Aoun, the Lebanese Supreme Defense Council decided to extend the current period of general mobilization until the end of March 2022. It also announced opening measures borders with Syria for residents vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19. The council called on all military …

After hearing and seeing for himself the suffering of the Lebanese people, the UN chief told political leaders on Tuesday that they “have no right to be divided”, leaving the nation paralyzed, in the middle multiple seizures. “All government institutions are measured by results: social protection, access to electricity and water, education and basic health …

BEIRUT (AP) – The UN chief warned on Tuesday that the international community is unlikely to provide much needed support to Lebanon amid the continued paralysis of his government and as the country goes through a “very dramatic crisis “. Antonio Guterres’ remarks came at the end of his three-day visit in which he repeatedly …