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Ahead of Earth Day on Apr 22, scientists says the Malayan tiger is now threatened by a canine disease.
Covid-19 numbers – infection and death rates – are difficult to tally so we need to be prepared for re-infection surges when the MCO is lifted.
As airports and borders closed to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, Africa’s wildlife tourism sector evaporated, along with revenues many conservation projects rely on to protect some of the continent’s most endangered animals.
The conditional movement control order aims to restart the economy while taking public health precautions.
Life will never be the same again, even after the MCO/CMCO is lifted. But how exactly do we adapt to and survive the new normal?
A popular group of female social media "influencers" has also drawn the ire of the government, and several have been arrested in a crackdown cheered by many in the deeply conservative country.
Meet the planet’s most-hunted outlaws via these 52-minute episodes.
The writer recounts his father’s stories of turbulent times in 1940s and 50s Malaya.
Imaging test pinpoints area of cancer origin and extent of spread.
With Covid-19 on the rampage and ever more sly as travellers await an elusive silver bullet vaccine, Asia is on sale.