British Prime Minister Theresa May should set a date for her departure next week when she meets leaders of an influential group of Conservative lawmakers to address her future, the group’s chairman said on Saturday.
It is true that the words we utter or write have certain impacts on other people. This is the reason why Sok Chanphal decided to pen words about inspirational ideas and concepts that opened doors for depressed people to be deeply understood and accepted.
Wong continues to lead the conservative government into the May 18 vote.
Religious tensions and a government ban on covering the face since the Easter Sunday suicide attacks have forced conservative Muslim women in Sri Lanka to shun veils, head scarves and long robes in public.
Theresa May failed to sway hardline opponents of her European Union divorce deal on Wednesday with an offer to quit.
Trump reiterates his criticism of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy.
Army captain-turned-politician Jair Bolsonaro has been sworn in as Brazil’s president.
May vows to fight for her job after Conservatives challenged to her leadership.
Theresa May battles to save a draft divorce deal with the European Union.
Paraguay will move its embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv.
On August 16, the performance of ‘Bopha Suo Chomrieng Lorkei’ (Heavenly Flower, Earth Poem) will take place at the Royal University of Fine Arts.
In a conservative society such as Cambodia, women who stick to traditions and cultural traits are treated with utmost respect and are being valued like that of a gold.
A group of Egyptian women gather at an abandoned park in a Cairo suburb once a week, playing Parkour, while also challenging the country’s conservative social norms.
Ed Sheeran may move a concert to Gelsenkirchen after officials in Düsseldorf chose to protect 104 trees rather than host the British singer.
Women in Saudi Arabia took to the roads at midnight yesterday, ushering in the end of the world’s last ban on female drivers, long seen as an emblem of women’s repression in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom.
Ireland’s prime minister on Saturday hails the culmination of “a quiet revolution”.
South Korea held its first ever drag parade last weekend, a small but significant step for rights activists in a country that remains deeply conservative when it comes to gender and sexuality.
Sinon Loresca was kicked out of home as a teenager after coming out to her parents as gay. Years later, things have dramatically changed for her as she tells Rama Ariadi her life story.
Dressing in drag’s a big draw for many gays, while for others – mostly conservative types – it’s seen as dragging the image down.
Costa Rica votes for a former minister from the ruling party as its next president.
Facebook Inc faced new calls for regulation from within US Congress and was hit with questions about personal data safeguards.
In an era where ‘easy and fast’ has become the trend, many artisans have shifted to more modern means and methods, which allows them to cut production time and hence, meet the demand of the masses.
German lawmakers vote to re-elect Angela Merkel as chancellor for a fourth term.
Filmmakers in Egypt are defying a largely conservative society with television series and movies that deal with modern relationships between men and women and the empowerment of the young.
Kha’s wedding day looked perfect from the outside but she was hiding a dark secret: the 27-year-old was three months pregnant and her husband was fake, hired for a staged wedding to avoid the social stigma of becoming a single mother.
Saudi Arabia announces plans to spend billions on flying in Western acts.
A defiant LeBron James says he would continue to speak up about social issues and racism in America despite criticism.
A Bollywood movie about an inventor who created a revolutionary machine that makes cheap sanitary pads hits screens this week, challenging taboos surrounding menstruation in socially conservative India.
Muslim flight attendants are ordered to wear headscarves over Aceh province.
Democrat Doug Jones wins a bitter fight for a US Senate seat in deeply conservative Alabama against Republican candidate Roy Moore.