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BERLIN (Reuters): Germany on Monday (Aug 2) sent a warship to the South China Sea for the first time in almost two decades, joining other Western nations in expanding its military presence in the region amid growing alarm over China's territorial ambitions.
PYONGYANG (Bloomberg): North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un has appeared in recent days with a bandage about the size of a few postage stamps on the back of his head, in the latest episode to stoke speculation about the reclusive leader’s health.
KOTA KINABALU: A police detainee, who is also Covid-19 positive, is still at large after he and three others escaped from the state Native Court Training Institute in Penampang at about 3.30am on Sunday (Aug 1).
The Jamaican sprinter and her Olympic-record time captured everyone’s attention. What’s under foot, though, might have been a factor when Elaine Thompson-Herah broke a 33-year-old Olympic record in the women’s 100 meters.
The writer Marzuki Darusman says that Asean must deliver humanitarian aid directly to the people of Myanmar without waiting for the junta's consent.
KEPALA BATAS: A stream of senior citizens made their way into Dewan Millenium here as walk-in Covid-19 vaccinations began on Monday (Aug 2).
TOKYO (Reuters) -A Belarusian athlete who took refuge in the Polish embassy in Tokyo on Monday, a day after refusing her team's orders to board a flight home from the Olympic Games, has been granted a humanitarian visa by the Warsaw government.
GEORGE TOWN: With the Hungry Ghost Festival coming up later this month, the spotlight falls once again on families living within the cemetery grounds who have built their lives among the dead for several decades.
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