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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court’s nine-member bench will deliver its verdict on Aug 13 in the appeals brought by four individuals who are challenging the laws which impose the mandatory death penalty in drug trafficking and murder cases.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - As Sharif Uddin contemplates leaving the cramped Singapore dormitory where he has spent weeks under coronavirus quarantine, fears about his future creep in.
KLANG: Foreigners will no longer be allowed to apply for hawking licences in Selangor, says state Entrepreneur Development Committee chairman Rodziah Ismail.
WASHINGTON: With a full three months of responding to a global pandemic under their belt, United States Federal Reserve (Fed) officials have united around one point: lasting progress on the economic front will be dictated by success in containing the spread of the coronavirus.
IPOH: The Perak Department of Environment (DOE) has collected five water samples from the drainage system and septic tanks at a housing project in Tanjung Malim, 126km from here, and upstream of Sungai Bernam after receiving complaints from residents of a river pollution.
THE Malay Agricultural Settlement (MAS) can no longer be involved in the management of Kampung Baru in Kuala Lumpur, says the Federal Territories Ministry.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Fire and Rescue Department has been carrying out disinfection operations at 2,125 locations in the state to stem the spread of Covid-19.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's intention to annex parts of the occupied West Bank is being challenged by Jewish settlers who might have been expected to cheer the plan promoted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu under a U.S. peace blueprint.
BANGALORE (The Straits Times/ANN): An Indian environmental court has held a South Korean company liable for loss of life in a toxic gas leak on May 7.