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KOJO, Iraq (Reuters) - Thikran Kamiran Yousif was 15 when Islamic State fighters surrounded his village in northern Iraq, rounded up residents and slaughtered several hundred of them, including his father, brother, grandfather and aunt.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Firefighters in Western Australia got under control six fires in the state's southwest that authorities said on Sunday were most likely deliberately lit, while rain helped to contain a weeklong blaze that destroyed 86 homes in the hills of Perth.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Firefighters battling a devastating bushfire that has destroyed 86 homes on the outskirts of Perth in Western Australia hope heavy rain forecast over the weekend will help douse the flames, state authorities said on Saturday.
THE financial constraints as a result of almost a year of braving the Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with restrictions under the various stages of the movement control order, have driven more pet owners to abandon their furry companions.
YANGON (Reuters): Myanmar's junta blocked Facebook and other messaging services in the name of ensuring stability on Thursday (Feb 4) as they consolidate power following a coup and the detention of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Police have filed charges against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi for illegally importing communications equipment and she will be detained until Feb 15 for investigations, according to a police document.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s battered property firms are hitting a snag in their recovery after rising coronavirus infections led to an extension of remote work in the city-state.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese doctors and nurses fighting the novel coronavirus will not have the time to volunteer to help at the Olympics, a medical association has said, raising another headache for organisers determined to hold the postponed Games.
YANGON (Agencies): Staff at 70 hospitals and medical departments in 30 towns across Myanmar stopped work on Wednesday (Feb 3) to protest against the coup that ousted elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, the newly formed Myanmar Civil Disobedience Movement said.
(Reuters) - Myanmar police have filed charges against ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi for illegally importing communications equipment and she will be detained until Feb. 15 for investigations, according to a police document.