· From the Archives, 1953: Queen Elizabeth is crowned →
Watchers at the Palace gates cheered when Prince Charles peeked from an upper window to see the assembly.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on June 1) →
On Friday, Yoon Mee-hyang of the ruling Democratic Party of Korea called a press conference at the National Assembly only to deny all the accusations leveled against her.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on June 1) →
As a lawmaker, Yoon has the privilege of exemption from arrest when the National Assembly is in session.
· Timeline: How the new coronavirus spread →
On May 19, World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus promised an independent review of the global pandemic response, after countries at a virtual meeting of the World Health Assembly called for a probe.
· FIR against Rabri Devi, Tejashwi for Covid lockdown violation →
The 30-year-old RJD leader, named by his party as its Chief Ministerial candidate for the assembly polls due in a few months, had met Governor Fagu Chauhan earlier this week and submitted a memorandum alleging that the triple murder was symptomatic of the collapsed law and order in Bihar.
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“The whole world has to understand the truth of the crime that our government is committing,” said Elena Cano, whose 46-year-old son, Camilo Meléndez, the facilities manager at the National Assembly building, died May 19 after trying to get medical care several times.
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She added that the use of heavy-duty riot gear and military-grade weapons and equipment to police largely peaceful demonstrations may intimidate protesters who are practicing their right to peaceful assembly.
· Border dwellers grapple with English and Welsh lockdown rules →
“It’s completely right that the Welsh assembly has the power to make the right decisions for Wales, but we just fall through a gap,” she added.