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Trump to visit S Korea in June for summit with Moon

WASHINGTON, May 16 (Bernama) -- United States (US) President Donald Trump will visit South Korea next month for a summit with President Moon Jae In expected to focus on North Korea and the bilateral alliance, both sides announced Wednesday.

EU lead candidatesTimmermans, Vestager urge people to use vote

BRUSSELS, May 16 (dpa) -- Frans Timmermans, the Socialist lead candidate in the European Parliament elections, has urged people not to waste their vote, in a message shared by his liberal counterpart Margrethe Vestager as they wrapped up an election debate.

British lawmakers launch inquiry into reality TV after death

LONDON, May 16 (dpa) -- British parliamentarians said on Wednesday they would launch an inquiry into reality television and production companies' duty of care to participants following the death of a talk show guest last week.

Trump declares national emergency to protect communications networks

WASHINGTON, May 16 (dpa) -- US President Donald Trump on Wednesday declared a national emergency to protect communication networks in a move that is seen as aimed at keeping the Chinese company Huawei out of the US market.

Jokowi leading, Prabowo boycotts vote-Counting process

By Mohd Shukri Ishak

JAKARTA, May 15 (Bernama) - The vote-counting process for Indonesia's presidential election has reached over 80 percent, with President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) comfortably ahead of his challenger, Prabowo Subianto.

Facebook tightens live streaming rules after New Zealand mosque mass shooting

MOSCOW, May 15 (Bernama) -- Facebook has announced that following the horrific terror attacks in New Zealand, which were live streamed through its social media platform, it will tighten restrictions against people who violate its community standards with hateful content, reported Sputnik news agency.

US orders departure of non-emergency gov't employees from Iraq

The US Embassy in Iraq said on Wednesday that the US State Department has ordered the non-emergency US employees working in both the embassy in Baghdad and the consulate in Erbil to leave Iraq, reported Xinhua news agency.