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PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's shadow puppet tradition goes back to the 7th century and has survived the collapse of empires, wars and Khmer Rouge reign of terror that left some 1.7 million people dead.
GEORGE TOWN: As businesses reopen after over 50 days, some traders are saddled with extra work as spots of mould have appeared on merchandise.
TOKYO: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic in Japan has brought not just an epidemic of infections, but also an onslaught of bullying and discrimination against the sick, their families and health workers. A government campaign to raise awareness seems to be helping, at least for medical workers.
BALIK PULAU: He has a diploma in multimedia but all Muhammad Rusydi Rodzaki wants to do is to make leather chapal (men’s sandals) for a living.
MAKASSAR, Indonesia (AFP): Lip-reading suddenly got tricky when everyone covered their face during the coronavirus pandemic, but Indonesian tailors have hit upon the perfect solution -- see-through masks.
HANOI: Vietnam flattened its Covid-19 (coronavirus) infection curve with a sledgehammer, and after some early success, it’s now starting to open up its economy again. When two visitors from neighbouring China emerged as Vietnam’s first cases in late January, the Communist Party-led government began imposing controls that would have been difficult in many democratic countries.
SHUBENACADIE, Nova Scotia (Reuters) - Canadian police faced mounting criticism on Wednesday for using social media and not a provincial emergency alert system to notify the public that a gunman was at large for some 13 hours after he murdered the first of his 22 victims over the weekend.
(Reuters) - Canadian police had yet to determine a motive for the country's worst mass shooting, as the death toll from the carnage in Nova Scotia over the weekend climbed to 23 from 19, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Families across Canada struggled on Monday to come to grips with the deadliest shooting rampage in the country's history, in which the victims included a veteran police officer, a teacher and a nurse.
PORTAPIQUE, Nova Scotia/OTTAWA (Reuters) - The death toll from the worst mass shooting in Canadian history rose to 19, including a police officer and the gunman, Canadian police said on Monday, adding that they expected to uncover more fatalities from the weekend massacre in Nova Scotia.