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KOTA KINABALU: A lit mosquito coil is believed to have caused a fire that razed three houses at Kampung Bariawa in Sabah’s interior Keningau district early Sunday (Aug 1).
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters): Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian teenager during a clash in the occupied West Bank on Friday, says the Palestinian Health Ministry.
IPOH: With the recent alleged abuse of Bella, a 13-year-old girl with Down Syndrome, a non-governmental organisation - OrphanCare Foundation - reiterated its call for the importance of de-institutionalisation (DI).
MUMBAI (Reuters) -At least 25 people died in three Mumbai suburbs when several houses collapsed after landslides triggered by heavy rain, local officials said on Sunday.
WHILE Malaysia grapples with growing numbers of Covid-19 cases, the underlying toll of the pandemic has hit communities hard as people struggle with job insecurity, loneliness and mental health concerns. The impact of the pandemic on women appears to be particularly harmful, as suggested by the increase of suicide rates among females.
Economic hardship, unequal care responsibilities, immense stress, and job insecurity during the Covid-19 crisis are factors that can contribute to feelings of depression. Women are particularly vulnerable to these changes as they face social structures that work against them, which are further exacerbated by an unprecedented pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong winds are expected to hit the coastal areas of several northern states in the peninsula until Monday (July 12).
GENEVA (Reuters) - The top U.N. human rights official called on ASEAN countries on Wednesday to launch a political dialogue with the military junta and the democratically-elected leadership in Myanmar, with support from the international community.
KOTA KINABALU: After a freak storm struck Tawau late Sunday (July 4), which destroyed some houses due to fallen trees, the district was hit by a series of fires that left dozens of squatters homeless.
TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) -A former top executive of a Honduran construction firm was found guilty on Monday of collaborating in the 2016 murder of environmental activist Berta Caceres, a decision that a lawyer for the executive promised to appeal.