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ANCHORAGE (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Friday declared a public-safety emergency in rural Alaska and pledged $10.5 million (8.27 million pounds) in federal funds to combat some of the nation's worst rates of sexual assault, child abuse and other violent crimes.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) will now push for the government to ratify the Convention Concerning Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work, says its president Datuk Abdul Halim Mansor.
WASHINGTON (AFP): The creators of an application allowing users to virtually "undress" women using artificial intelligence have shut it down after a social media uproar over its potential for abuse.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Far fewer migrants are trying to enter the United States in June due to increased efforts by the Mexican government to stem the flow of people heading north from Central America, the top U.S. border security official said on Friday.
TAN Sri Megat Zaharuddin Megat Mohd Nor lasted only 11 months as chairman of the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda). He was roped in to improve the governance in Felda and resolve its cash-flow problems.
A FITNESS park especially for senior citizens has been set up at the Taiping Lake Gardens.
SEPANG: Seven out of 10 newborn babies found abandoned in Malaysia end up dead, police statistics showed.
CARACAS (Reuters) - One of the central mysteries of Venezuela's slow-motion collapse: Why does the military continue to support Nicolas Maduro, the president who has led the once-prosperous South American country into poverty and chaos?
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will order local governments to raise the approval threshold for new industrial projects and limit the number of polluting factories in regions where environmental conditions are already stressed, an environment official said on Friday.
EL PASO, Texas (Reuters) - Several Central American migrants seeking asylum in the United States were allowed to return there on Thursday after being forced to wait in one of Mexico's most violent cities, supported by faith leaders who oppose the controversial U.S. migration policy.