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TOKYO (Reuters) - When Tokyo won the right to host the Olympic Games, enthusiastic buyers flocked to purchase luxury condominiums planned for the sprawling development that will house athletes during the event.
ATHENS (Reuters) - A Greek police officer was hurt on Tuesday after clashes broke out during a demonstration in an Athens suburb against police violence, prompted by a video that appeared to show a man being beaten on Sunday by officers in the area.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia fared far better on Sunday, when it escaped missile and drone attacks on its oil heartland with no serious damage, than 18 months ago when strikes forced it to temporarily shut its industry down.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The United States on Monday expressed alarm at "genuine security threats" to Saudi Arabia from Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis and elsewhere in the region after attacks on the heart of the Saudi oil industry, and it would look at improving support for Saudi defences.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have issued 79 summonses for illegal motor exhaust modification during a seven-day operation.
UR, Iraq (Reuters) - Pope Francis walked down a narrow alleyway in the holy city of Najav to hold a historic meeting with Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric and visited the birthplace of the Prophet Abraham on Saturday to condemn violence in the name of God as "the greatest blasphemy".
KUALA LUMPUR: An enhanced movement control order (MCO) will be imposed on the Sri Jelutung quarters in Pekan, Pahang, from Saturday (March 6) until March 19.
PETALING JAYA: There should be no cause for “vaccine hesitation” among the elderly as Covid-19 vaccines are safe for all age groups, say health experts and age-care groups.
ALOR SETAR: A hailstorm was reported to have affected a few villages and residential areas near here, damaging the roofs of dozens of village houses and uprooting trees during a heavy downpour in Changlun and its surrounding areas Wednesday (March 3) evening.
PETALING JAYA: Covid-19 screenings for foreign workers that ended in February have been attributed to factories making up about 60% of new workplace clusters, says the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM).