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(Reuters) - An invasive, predatory insect dubbed the "murder hornet," has turned up in Washington state near the Canadian border, where they could potentially pose a threat to humans and the beekeeping industry, state agriculture officials said on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): Hundreds of Asian giant hornets, an invasive, predatory insect dubbed the "murder hornet," have turned up in Washington state near the Canadian border, where they pose a threat to humans and the beekeeping industry, state agriculture officials said on Monday.
BANGKOK: Thailand partially reopened for business on Monday (May 4) with people allowed to return to restaurants, markets, parks and sports clubs, as the government eased measures against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, but also warned against complacency.
BEIJING (Reuters): Tang Yue, a 27-year-old teacher from the city of Guilin in southwest China, steam-presses a blue dress and takes dozens of photographs before picking one to clinch her 200th online sale.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A month ago, Locky the mongrel puppy was left abandoned on the side of a road with her mother and six siblings.
(Reuters) - Nine of the 22 victims killed in Canada's Nova Scotia province earlier this month in a weekend shooting rampage died in house fires set by the gunman, Canadian police told reporters on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Animal welfare associations are pleading to Malaysians not to abandon their pets even though they are experiencing hardship due to Covid-19.
SIBU: The loss of income during the movement control order (MCO) period has resulted in pet owners abandoning their animals.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Two mink farms in the Netherlands have been put into quarantine after animals were found to be infected with the new coronavirus, the agriculture ministry said on Sunday, urging people to report any other likely cases in the animals.