On the fifth anniversary of the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s ruling, the lawyer who advised the Philippine government against China’s excessive claims in the South China Sea suggests there should be renewed international efforts and a “new legal case.” But …Read More
The U.N. human rights chief pressed ASEAN on Wednesday to urgently appoint an envoy to Myanmar, with the regional bloc having not yet named a special emissary more than two months after Southeast Asian leaders agreed to do so.
Separately, …Read More
The Human Rights Council this afternoon held an interactive dialogue with Tom Andrews, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, who said that the people of Myanmar were working to save their country, but desperately needed …Read More
The voting and election of Village Head is vital as the job holder acts as a bilateral intermediate between the government and village residents, as well as to look after the benefits and well-being of the village residents. The voting …Read More
Following viral text messages via social media about the illegal entry of foreign nationals into the country through mouse trails, via land and sea, the Royal Brunei Police Force stressed that the viral information is FALSE AND NOT VALID. Senior …Read More
Following an information that went viral in social media on the sale of expired frozen beef from Australia, the Brunei Darussalam Food Authority, BDFA has taken action on the distributor and ordered them to recall the affected frozen meat from …Read More
An Indian national was charged with 2 charges under Section 6 (b) of the Prevention of Corruption Chapter 131. This case was reported by the Narcotics Control Bureau to the Anti-Corruption Bureau.
The defendant Mohammad Faisal Khan aged 36 was …Read More
TAIPEI - Back-to-back military exercises by the United States and China in a contested Asian sea this past week are shaping as a new normal as Beijing seeks control over the waterway and U.S. forces want it open for international …Read More