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JALALABAD/KABUL (Reuters) - A truck packed with explosives blew up near a court in the eastern Afghan city of Gardez on Thursday, killing at least five people in an attack claimed by Taliban insurgents.
JAKARTA, May 11 (Xinhua) -- A fire broke out on a crude oil tanker docked at Waruna Shipyard at the Port of Belawan in Indonesia's province of North Sumatra Monday morning, and several workers have been reportedly rushed to hospitals after suffering burns in the accident.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Queensland on Monday ordered an independent enquiry into an explosion at a coal mine run by Anglo American in the state that last week critically injured five workers.
SEOUL: South Korea reported 34 additional cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) over the past 24 hours as a spate of transmissions linked to clubgoers threatens the country’s hard-won gains in its fight against the virus. Figures released on Sunday (May 10) showed increased national totals to 10,874 with 256 deaths.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The share price of South Korean chemicals and battery maker LG Chem Ltd dropped almost 2% on Thursday after a gas leak at a factory operated by a unit in India killed at least nine people, and led to hundreds more being treated in hospital.
Higher fares, fewer routes, preflight health checks and less free food: The coronavirus pandemic is ushering in a new era of air travel.
PETALING JAYA: Two resolute youths, one faced with a physical challenge and the other monetary, refused to let hardship break their spirits during the movement control order (MCO).
THE Ministry of Health is still not clear about a plan to reopen some business, particularly KTVs, which have been closed because of Covid-19. Even though the situation appears to be under control, the ministry is asking citizens to be patient a little longer.
SHAH ALAM: Two soldiers were among a group of men arrested for allegedly making and modifying firearms for illegal hunting activities.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - The major Canadian province of Quebec, among the worst hit by the coronavirus, started gradually restarting its economy on Monday while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintained his cautious stance.