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Army called in to help cyclone-ravaged Indian city

The Indian Army has been mobilised to help with the clean-up after a devastating cyclone hit the eastern city of Kolkata, as thousands on Sunday protested again over power and water shortages. People walk ahead of a tree that has fallen across an alley following the landfall of cyclone Amphan …

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Meralco should compute bill based on consumption—Velasco

Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco has asked the Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) to charge its customers based on their actual power consumption in light of growing complaints on the recent spike in electricity bills that have shocked Filipinos still grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic. At the hearing Friday of the …

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Outrage in Hong Kong as China pushes security law

China has launched its fiercest assault on Hong Kong's treasured autonomy with its move to impose a security law, pro-democracy campaigners said Friday as they vowed to take to the streets in protest. Pro-Beijing lawmaker Starry Lee (far R-in white jacket) attempts to leave but is blocked by pro-democracy lawmakers …

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