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KOTA KINABALU: A former journalist was driving to work when she met with an accident involving two horses.
WASHINGTON/DUBAI/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - President Donald Trump announced on Monday the United States would remove Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism
PARIS (Reuters) - A French imam said on Monday that the history teacher beheaded for showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class was a martyr for freedom of speech, and he called on mosques in France to pray for the teacher on Friday.
WARSAW (Reuters) - In April, in the midst of a nationwide coronavirus lockdown in Poland, Katarzyna found out that the baby she was carrying had a severe genetic disorder and would probably die before birth or shortly after.
PUTRAJAYA: Laws on Beneficiary Ownership are crucial in the fight against corruption so that action can continue to be taken against the corrupt who have changed their modus operandi to hide ill-gotten gains, said the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
BRUSSELS/BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) - With less than three weeks until the U.S. presidential election, European capitals are concerned about the risk of a disputed outcome and the impact it would have in the United States and abroad.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Both sides in the U.S. presidential election are clashing in court over rules and procedures ahead of the Nov. 3 vote, as the coronavirus pandemic prompts hundreds of lawsuits over how people can cast their ballot.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Boldizsar Nagy hoped that the tales in the children's book "Wonderland Is For Everyone" would help youngsters to learn to accept minorities and fight social ostracism.
(Reuters) - On Sept. 1, U.S. health officials announced they would suspend evictions across the United States to help stem further spread of the novel coronavirus.