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CARACAS (Reuters) - "Leave the area! Get the kids out!" screamed gang members walking through western Caracas' El Cementerio barrio with megaphones the morning of Thursday, July 8. The warning told residents in Venezuela's capital shooting would not soon stop.
Brain-computer science startup Paradromics raised RM84.49mil, getting it on track to introduce a new generation of powerful and tiny electrodes to the human brain.
BEIJING (Reuters): The floods drenching central China and submerging swathes of a major economic and transport hub are threatening supply chains for goods ranging from cars and electronics to pigs, peanuts and coal.
KOTA KINABALU: A grandmother in Penampang, who has been using a traditional sago processing method for decades, recently got her grandchildren to learn it.
PORCINE slaughterhouses in Penang should implement modernised and efficient processes.
The new drama series from 'Train To Busan' director has been invited to festival’s PrimeTime Program.
SYDNEY (Xinhua): A research team, co-led by Australian archaeologists, has found the 7000-year-old remains of a teenage female in Indonesia, with the DNA throwing new light on how early people may have migrated to Australia.
KUCHING (Bernama): Limbang, Kapit and Miri divisions in Sarawak have been declared African Swine Fever (ASF) disease control areas following the spread of the virus in Sabah and North Kalimantan in Indonesia.
KOTA KINABALU: The African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in Sabah has affected indigenous communities in the state due to its impact on the wild boar population, recent research has found.
KOTA KINABALU: African swine fever has taken a toll on wild boars in Sabah over the past nine months and in many ways has affected the indigenous communities who rely on the animal for food and cultural traditions.