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Life begins returning to Marawi

Manila: Residents of a southern Philippine city where Islamic State supporters waged a brutal five-month battle began returning home, but gunfire greeted them as soldiers scoured devastated neighbourhoods for remaining militants.


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KUALA LUMPUR: A trailer caught fire along the Kajang Dispersal Link Expressway (SILK) near Universiti Putra Malaysia.


Laptops pose fire hazard in checked baggage and should be banned

A ban on laptops and tablets in checked baggage could be coming down the pipeline if civil aviation authorities agree with a proposal which claims that personal electronic devices pose a fire hazard in the cargo hold.


Families returning to ruined Philippine city taught to identify bombs

MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippine teachers on Tuesday gave families returning to the destroyed lakeside city of Marawi a course on how to identify unexploded bombs in their homes and warned them to stay clear.


Soccer - Benevento fire coach Baroni after losing first nine matches

MILAN (Reuters) - Benevento have fired coach Marco Baroni after becoming the first team in Serie A history to lose their first nine matches of the season. The club announced that 54-year-old Baroni, who led them out of Serie B last season and into the top flight for the first time, would be replaced by Roberto De Zerbi. "The club thanks Baroni for his professionalism and the great emotions that he brought to Benevento football club, the fans and the city, with promotion to Serie A," the club said in a statement.


Catalan leader can't solve crisis by calling elections - Justice Minister

MADRID (Reuters) - Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont cannot solve its political crisis with Madrid just by calling regional elections, Spain's Justice Minister said on Tuesday.


Hydro dam drowning victims found

SRI AMAN: The bodies of two Indonesians who went missing last week while fishing at the Batang Ai Hydroelectric Dam water reservoir in southern Sarawak have been found.


Egypt authorities challenge Reuters on casualties in western desert attack

LONDON (Reuters) - Egyptian authorities have accused Reuters and the BBC of "inaccurate coverage" of clashes in the western desert between security forces and armed militants in which police officers and conscripts were killed on Friday.

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Putrajaya mediation centre a model for resolving community disputes

A TUSSLE for parking space causes a simmering feud between two neighbours. The animosity between the two became so toxic that other residents felt uncomfortable.


Russian serviceman in Chechnya kills four servicemen, then is killed, TASS reports

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian serviceman in the Caucasus region of Chechnya killed four other servicemen on Monday, then he was killed by the members of an alert unit, TASS news agency cited a Federal National Guard Troops Service spokesman as saying.