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MILAN (Reuters) - As the official death toll from Italy's coronavirus outbreak passes 2,500, a silent surge in fatalities in nursing homes, where dozens of patients a day are dying untested for the virus, suggests the real total may be higher.
TUMPAT: A total of 285kg of ketum leaves worth RM25,650 were seized from smugglers near the Thailand-Malaysia border around 1am yesterday under Ops Gelora by the Pengkalan Kubor Region 3 Marine Police.
A weekend bazaar featuring sustainable local businesses was held in conjunction with International Women’s Day.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russians spooked by the coronavirus epidemic have started hoarding a trusty national staple that has helped them get through multiple crises in their troubled history: buckwheat.
PETALING JAYA: Former national shuttler Datuk Seri Lee Chong Wei has related his experience of shoping at a supermarket, two days before the movement control order was implemented.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysians have not really grasped the rationale behind the movement control order (MCO) as there are still a lot of people gathering to take away their food or chilling out at food courts on Wednesday (March 18).
Four Malaysian women activists share their stories of how and why they're passionate about protecting the environment.
ARMAGEDDON, Israel (Reuters) - Not a soul could be seen on Armageddon, where a near-complete coronavirus lockdown is keeping Christian pilgrims away from the Biblical site in northern Israel, half an hour's drive from Nazareth.
AUTHORITIES have smashed a cash-on-delivery ring for unregistered abortion pills, misoprostol, reported Berita Harian.
SETIAWANGSA: Food items have begun flying off shelves in local supermarkets as locals begun stocking up food supplies in anticipation of stronger clampdown due to the Covid-19 outbreak.