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UMNO supreme council member Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani was recently quoted in the press saying; "I am always of the opinion that the single largest party must either lead the government or the opposition. You cannot be somewhere in between. When you are somewhere in between, it will create lots of political instability."
SELAYANG Municipal Council (MPS) is considering turning illegal dumpsites into proper areas for dumping rubbish in its effort to deal with the increasing number of open burning cases originating from illegal sites.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A landslide 20 kilometres west of Nanda Devi, India's second-highest peak, resulted in a flash flood on Feb. 7 that left more than 200 dead, and swept away two state hydro-electric projects, according to satellite imagery reviewed by Reuters.
NAKURU, Kenya (Reuters) - What can stop wandering elephants, illegal logging and protect sources of water? Kenyan environmental group Rhino Ark Trust says: electric fences. Lots of them.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Angry protesters occupied a governor's office in southeastern Iran on Tuesday, a day after at least two fuel smugglers were shot dead at the nearby border with Pakistan, according to Iranian media and online videos.
NEW DELHI, Feb 23 (dpa): A total of 136 people missing following a flash flood in northern India earlier this month will be declared dead, authorities said on Tuesday.
Soon after Joe Biden announced last year that he would pick a woman as his running mate, US Rep. Jackie Speier began warning Facebook executives: Female politicians receive the most vile online attacks, and the company’s filters were failing to stop them.
RAINI, India (Reuters) - Growing up in a remote tribal village high in the Indian Himalayas, Kundan Singh loved to play on a field by the sparkling Rishiganga river.
Coco Rocha has only booked a few gigs over the past year. The world-famous model spent most of her time at home, like everyone else, waiting out the pandemic with her family.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When a 22-year-old Japanese college student launched an online campaign against the powerful Tokyo Olympics chief and the sexist remarks he made, she was not sure it would go very far.