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GEORGE TOWN: Residents of an apartment building at a hillside in Paya Terubong here had a shock when they saw a troop of dead monkeys outside their homes, suspected to have been poisoned.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union negotiators clinched a deal on Friday to reform the bloc's huge farming subsidy programme, aiming to make it greener and support smaller farms.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union negotiators struck a deal on contentious parts of the bloc's farming subsidy policy in the early hours of Friday morning, raising hopes of an agreement on the overall package.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union negotiators will seek a deal on Thursday to make the bloc's huge farming subsidies greener, after disagreements on rules to curb agriculture's climate impact upended talks last month.
EYE-brows were raised when Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin lambasted rich countries for vaccine hoarding, describing the act as "cruel and unjust" against poor and less developed countries.
PETALING JAYA: To prevent complications from Covid-19, the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) has urged Malaysians to re-evaluate and change their lifestyle and eating habits.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's new "Bolsa Familia" welfare payments to the poor will average below 300 reais ($59.50) a month, sources familiar with the discussions said on Monday, less than the figure President Jair Bolsonaro had indicated last week.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives promised to cap the corporate tax rate and not raise wealth and inheritance taxes in an election programme intended to see off the fading challenge of their main Greens rivals, a draft reviewed by Reuters showed on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Facing the daunting task of keeping the world's largest sporting event safe, some emergency medicine officers overseeing Tokyo Olympic venues are calling on the organisers to bar spectators over risks of a jump in COVID-19 cases.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said on Thursday it would ease emergency coronavirus curbs in nine prefectures including Tokyo while keeping some measures, including limiting spectator numbers at big events, amid fears that next month's Olympics could trigger a surge in infections.