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MELAKA: A car salesman faces several charges at the Sessions and Magistrate's Courts in Ayer Keroh here including one for allegedly threatening to kill a policeman.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A fire broke out at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility on Thursday but operations were unaffected, officials said, as a former official suggested the incident could have been an attempt to sabotage work breaching an international nuclear deal.
NAIROBI, (Reuters) - Eat them, poison them, and use scent to drive them to cannibalism - as a second wave of locusts threatens to devour East Africa's crops, scientists in a Nairobi lab are experimenting with novel ways to kill them.
TOKYO (Reuters): Tokyo confirmed more than 100 more Covid-19 infections on Thursday (July 2), public broadcaster NHK said, the highest daily tally in two months in the city at the centre of Japan's outbreak.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's most notorious serial killer murdered 15 women, police said Thursday (July 2), as they apologised for a botched, decades-long investigation that saw an innocent man jailed for 20 years.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Laos is pushing ahead with a hydropower project on the Mekong River, despite reservations aired by neighbouring countries over its potential to harm fisheries and farming downstream, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) said on Wednesday.
MIRI: The Long Lama Clinic in rural northern Sarawak facing structural problems could be located on unstable ground that was cut from a hillslope, says Telang Usan assemblyman Dennis Ngau.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo confirmed 107 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, its highest daily tally in two months, but Japan's chief cabinet secretary said there was no need to reintroduce a state of emergency.
Not a day goes by without another big brand pulling ads from Facebook and other social media, a campaign that is weakening advertising-dependent sites but whose ultimate impact remains uncertain.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee raised $266 million (£213 million) during the second quarter, including $131 million in June, a joint committee said on Wednesday.