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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.
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.
SINGAPORE: The use of stem cells to reverse liver cirrhosis – or the hardening of the liver – is being explored in a clinical trial.
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.
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.
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.
(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.
Two million people in city affected, study by Chinese University estimates
(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.