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MINSK (Reuters) - A candidate standing against Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said Tuesday she would press on with her campaign, despite receiving a threat to have her children taken away.
SALYERSVILLE, Kentucky (Reuters) - In May 2012, Hanson and Michael Rowe noticed an overpowering smell, like rotten eggs, seeping from an abandoned gas well on their land in Kentucky. The fumes made the retired couple feel nauseous, dizzy, and short of breath.
PARIS (Reuters) - The Pompidou Centre in Paris, home to Europe's largest modern art collection, will be left 20 million euros out of pocket by the coronavirus crisis but its director Serge Lasvignes has a more pressing matter on his hands - how to reopen safely.
Riyadh (AFP): Saudi Arabia is expected to scale back or call off this year's haj pilgrimage for the first time in its modern history, observers say, a difficult decision as Covid-19 cases spike.
KOTA KINABALU: A drunk farmer was believed to have been beaten to death by his son following a misunderstanding in Kg Ulu Teburi, Tungku Lahad Datu at 8am on Monday (June 15).
PARIS (Reuters) - France wants talks with NATO allies to discuss Turkey's increasingly "aggressive" role in Libya, a presidential official said on Monday, and the foreign ministry accused Ankara of thwarting truce efforts by breaking a U.N. arms embargo.
AMMAN (Reuters) - The toughest U.S. sanctions yet on Syria take effect this week, increasing the pressure on President Bashar al-Assad as he grapples with a deepening economic crisis after a decade of war.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Confirmed coronavirus cases in Colombia have risen to over 50,000, the country's Health Ministry said on Sunday, while neighboring Ecuador approached the same milestone.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has affected the rice bowls of many Malaysians. Some have lost jobs while others face salary cuts – the fallout from the movement control order (MCO) as the government sought to minimise the impact of the pandemic. The youth are especially hard hit.
WITH rising unemployment and tough economic times, some youth are starting to reconsider working as labourers in plantations and farms.