Malaysia Threatens to Terminate Unvaccinated Government Employees

Government officials in Malaysia warned unvaccinated civil servants that they could be subjected to disciplinary action or termination of service if they failed to complete the COVID-19 vaccination before the beginning of November. “On or after November 1, 2021, any …

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Egypt Mandates Virus Vaccinations for Government Workers

The Egyptian government will soon oblige public personnel to present their vaccination certificate or a negative COVID-19 test weekly before accessing their places of employment. The mandate is an attempt to rapidly increase the country’s immunization rate, which is now …

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Food Poisoning Victims Hold Protest in Front of El Prado Museum and Threaten Mass Suicide

Survivors of a mass canola oil poisoning in 1981 occupied Madrid’s El Prado museum and threatened mass suicide if the government did meet their demands. “#BuenosDias, we continue Living Platform statement, #PradoVictimasColzaDescansoEterno Victims of rapeseed locked in the Prado, we …

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Myanmar Junta Rearrests Freed Political Prisoners One Day after Freeing Them

Tatmadaw forces have rearrested political prisoners just a day after they were released on humanitarian grounds. The Irrawaddy reported that 11 of 38 political prisoners that were released from Meiktila Prison have been arrested again by police. The 11 rearrested …

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EU Mulls Sanctioning Belarus Airline over Migrant Influx

European Union foreign ministers are eyeing sanctions against Belarusia’s national airline after allegedly moving migrants from Iraq EU. “We are ready to implement sanctions against the national company of Belarus,” EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said after a meeting …

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