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‘Do something about the filthy, stinking loos’

PETALING JAYA: The terrible state of public toilets is the one thing that most Malaysians want fixed, followed by dirty drains, clogged culverts and foul-smelling pools on sidewalks.

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Foiling the perfect crime, with the help of a mozzie

NAGOYA: The murderer absconds with a smirk, knowing he has covered his tracks like a pro – no witnesses, no finger or footprints, no stray hairs to betray his identity.

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Clinical trial for stem-cell therapy to reverse liver cirrhosis

SINGAPORE: The use of stem cells to reverse liver cirrhosis – or the hardening of the liver – is being explored in a clinical trial.

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Sixth mass extinction is underway

Sydney: The world is experiencing a “biological annihilation” of its animal species due to “human-caused global environmental problems” in recent decades, a new scientific study has found.


U.S. free-speech group sues Trump for blocking Twitter users

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A free-speech group on Tuesday sued U.S. President Donald Trump for blocking Twitter users from his @realDonaldTrump account, arguing the practice violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.


Eight killed in Thailand in rare mass shooting - police

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead eight people, including at least one child, in a house in Thailand after holding them hostage, police said on Tuesday, a rare incident in a country where although guns are common, such mass shootings are rare.


Turkey detains dozens of tech staff suspected of coup links - Anadolu

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish authorities have ordered the arrest of 105 people working in information technology who were believed to have been involved in the attempted military coup a year ago, state-run Anadolu news agency reported on Tuesday.


Donald Trump Jr.'s lawyer has experience with the mob and music

(Reuters) - Alan Futerfas, the lawyer Donald Trump Jr. has hired to represent him in connection with Russia-related probes, has over 25 years experience in handling government investigations and criminal cases.

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One in three Hongkongers infected with bacteria that could lead to stomach ulcers or gastric cancer

Two million people in city affected, study by Chinese University estimates


Al Qaeda supporter pleads guilty to seeking Ohio judge's murder

(Reuters) - An Indian citizen pleaded guilty in a U.S. court on Monday to conspiring to aid an al Qaeda leader in Yemen and attempting to pay an undercover FBI agent $15,000 to murder a U.S. federal judge, authorities said.