Switzerland will introduce a monitoring system to assuage concerns about the potential health impact of fifth-generation (5G) mobile frequency emissions and smooth the cutting-edge technology’s rollout, the government said on Wednesday.
Switzerland to monitor potential health risks posed by 5G networks
President Joko Widodo of Indonesia led by a comfortable margin in unofficial returns in his reelection bid on Wednesday, as he appeared to fend off a challenge by a four-time presidential candidate.
Indonesian President Widodo leads in voting returns
Iran's Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi deplored Instagram’s move to delete the accounts of several commanders of Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and Iranian authorities on Tuesday.
Iran censures Instagram for blocking officials, commanders’ accounts
Climate change protesters glued themselves to a train and blocked major London intersections on the third day of a civil disobedience campaign.
UK climate protesters block roads, glue themselves to train
The European Union on Wednesday reiterated its opposition to European firms and citizens being caught out by US sanctions on Cuba, calling on Washington to adhere to a 1998 agreement to grant a consistent waiver for EU companies and citizens.
EU warns US against exposing EU firms in Cuba
Sudan's military rulers have transferred ousted president Omar al-Bashir to prison, a family source said Wednesday, as demonstrators keep up their sit-in outside the army complex calling for a swift transfer to civilian government.
Sudan's Bashir moved to prison as protesters rally
Iran expresses regret about cathedral’s partial damage
Workers questioned over Notre-Dame inferno as donations pour in
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s party, AKP, will “shortly” appeal for the annulment and rerun of Istanbul’s municipal elections, the party’s deputy chairman said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Erdogan's party to submit appeal for rerun of Istanbul elections
President Donald Trump said on Monday he believed the United States would emerge from its trade dispute with China as a winner, no matter what happened.
Trump on China trade spat: 'We're going to win either way'
The chairman of Algeria’s Constitutional Council Tayib Belaiz quit his post on Tuesday, state news agency APS said, following calls for his resignation by pro-democracy protesters who say he is part of a ruling elite they want abolished.
Head of Algeria's constitutional council resigns as students protest

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