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WUHAN (AFP): The Chinese army deployed medical specialists Saturday (Jan 25) to the centre of a spiralling viral outbreak that has killed 41 people and spread around the world, as millions spent their normally festive Lunar New Year holiday under lockdown.
PROPERTY developer IJM Land Bhd which is celebrating its 25th year in Negri Sembilan recently feted the media fraternity in the state to dinner in recognition of their support in the past year.
WUHAN: China sealed off millions more people near the epicentre of a virus outbreak on Friday (Jan 24), shutting down public transport in an eighth city in an unprecedented quarantine effort as the death toll climbed to 26. The virus that emerged in the central city of Wuhan has now infected 830 people, the national health commission said.
PALANGKARAYA: International journalists and agencies have condemned the arrest of American environmental journalist Philip Jacobson, who has been detained in Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, for allegedly misusing his residency permit.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The lone man allegedly involved in the gold heist and murder of three people in Lopburi province reportedly said his alleged crimes were motivated by the financial difficulties he was facing.
Jean-Paul Gaultier, a provocateur who changed pop history by putting Madonna in a conical bra and who invented – and loved sporting – the "man skirt", said he was hanging up his scissors after 50 years in the business.
(Reuters) - A bipartisan majority of Americans want to see new witnesses testify in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, and the public appears to be largely following the proceedings even after a bruising congressional inquiry that lasted several months, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released Wednesday.
LONDON/CHICAGO: Boeing Co's new chief executive has sent the aerospace giant back to the drawing board on proposals for a new mid-market aircraft, effectively shelving in their current form plans worth US$15 billion-$20 billion that had been overtaken by the 737 MAX crisis
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Troubled that former American spies are plying their trade for foreign governments, Congress has passed new legislation requiring U.S. spy agencies to provide an annual assessment detailing the risks such conduct poses for national security.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court declined calls to suspend the implementation of a new citizenship law on Wednesday, deciding that a constitutional bench of five judges was needed to hear all the challenges to legislation that critics say discriminates against Muslims.