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PETALING JAYA: All bright and sunny despite the early hour, Malaysians turned up at the National Planetarium to observe the partial solar eclipse.
PETALING JAYA: He has been thrown into a Kyrgyz jail, had machine guns pointed at his face in Afghanistan and has walked through extreme temperatures.
A local woman dubbed “toyol of the toilets” due to her skill in stealing women’s handbags in toilets around Kuala Lumpur has been caught, reported Harian Metro.
BANGKOK: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has rejected a suggestion that the government ban Songkran revellers from splashing water during the festival due to severe shortages nationwide.
Until July 10, 2016, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA, is highlighting the synergy between fashion and technology with a line-up of creations from international designers.
PARIS (Reuters) - French students and trade unions staged protest marches across the country on Wednesday against far-reaching labour reforms, testing President Francois Hollande's mettle as he tries to lower an unemployment rate still stuck above 10 percent.
NAIROBI: Dangerous heavy metals used in oil production in war-torn South Sudan have leaked into drinking water sources used by 180,000 people with life-threatening health risks, a rights group said Friday.