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KOTA KINABALU: Local divers have reported hearing blasts underwater around Mantanani Island in Kota Belud district, which they believe to be from fish bombs.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin will review a spectacular Red Square military parade later on Wednesday on the eve of a nationwide vote that could extend his rule until 2036, a patriotic display critics say is designed to lift his lower than usual ratings.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A worker at Mexico's largest refinery died after a fall during a powerful earthquake on Tuesday, the country's civil protection agency said, with the tremors also causing a fire that led to the brief shuttering of the installation.
LA CRUCECITA, Mexico (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck southern Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday, killing at least six people and seriously injuring others in isolated villages, while causing damage to buildings hundreds of miles away in Mexico City.
LONDON (Reuters) - As Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman moved to tighten his grip on power over the past few years, detaining senior royals and opponents, one person has eluded him: a former top-ranking intelligence official who was close to a key rival to the throne.
PUTRAJAYA: The Sarawak government and Petronas will settle their dispute over a RM2bil state sales tax (SST) out of court, with the latter expected to withdraw its appeal at the Court of Appeal.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's indigenous leaders have been lobbying lawmakers to pass a bill to declare swathes of virgin Amazon rainforest off limits to outsiders, but they fear opposition by the oil industry may scupper a rare opportunity to secure a vote this week.
LABIS: While most chapels or churches are usually built in towns or populated areas, the Chapel of St Paul The Hermit is perched on a hill in an oil palm plantation in Chaah.
KALABAKAN (Bernama): Fifty to 60 elephants reported dead in the last 10 years in the state were due to poisoning, says Sabah Wildlife Department deputy director Dr Sen Nathan.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Demonstrators threw stones at police and blocked roads in the southern Tunisian city of Tataouine on Monday, drawing salvoes of tear gas to disperse them, in an escalation of protests over high unemployment, witnesses said.