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20 samples from dog carcasses in Kuala Sepetang test negative for rabies

IPOH: Some 20 samples taken from dog carcasses in Kuala Sepetang have came back negative for rabies.

U.S. Senate advances on healthcare, with dramatic return by McCain

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans narrowly agreed on Tuesday to open debate on a bill to end Obamacare, but the party's seven-year effort to roll back Democratic President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law still faces significant hurdles.

Prominent Australian Aboriginal singer Gurrumul dies at 46

SYDNEY: World-renowned indigenous singer Gurrumul has died after a “long battle with illness” aged 46, his management said Wednesday, as Australians hailed his contributions to music.

Birds get new wings at Brazil rehab center

SEROPDICA: Not a single wing flutters in the Seropedica aviary near Rio de Janeiro, where aras and others parrots are learning how to fly again after they were rescued from traffickers.

Two sisters commit suicide by jumping from apartment

BANDUNG: Two sisters committed suicide by jumping from the fifth floor of the Gateway Apartment in Bandung, West Java, on Monday afternoon.

Facybox - What might be in U.S. Senate's mystery healthcare bill

(Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans were expected to vote on Tuesday for opening debate on a healthcare bill without knowing what is in it, but the potential components of the legislation were clear.

H1N1 flu outbreak kills two more in Myanmar

YANGON: Myanmar health officials said that two more people had died after contracting H1N1 influenza in the largest city, Yangon, a day after the government said more than a dozen people had contracted the virus known as swine flu.

Two more ‘rabies areas’ identified in Sarawak

KUCHING: The wet market at Sungai Maong here and Kampung Serikin in Bau are the latest areas in Sarawak to be declared as rabies-infected.

Subra: Third party administrators must comply with law, medical ethics

KUALA LUMPUR: Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam has stepped into the “big war” between doctors and third party administrators (TPAs) by warning the latter to make sure their actions comply with the law and medical ethics.

Engineer kills himself with rifle in Shah Alam

SHAH ALAM: The silence at a neighbourhood in Sek7/20a here was broken when a gunshot rang out from a house at the end of the lane.