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Covid-19: Malaysia's death toll reaches 25,159 with 228 total fatalities reported Saturday (Sept 25)
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s Covid-19 death toll is now at 25,159, with 228 more deaths reported on Saturday (Sept 25).
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s decision to issue temporary visas for 5,000 foreign truck drivers is a short-term fix that will not solve an acute labour shortage that risks major disruption for retailers in the run-up to Christmas, business leaders have warned.
KUALA LUMPUR: As at Sept 24, 82.5% of the adult population (or 19,311,563 people) in the country has completed their Covid-19 vaccination.
BAGAN SERAI (Bernama): Parents have been told not to worry about the side effects of vaccines given to teenagers aged between 12 and 17 in this country under the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme for Adolescents.
(Reuters) - Taliban authorities in the western Afghan city of Herat killed four alleged kidnappers and hung their bodies up in public to deter others, a local government official said on Saturday.
PRISTINA (Reuters) -Two interior ministry offices in northern Kosovo were attacked near border crossings blocked by local Serbs angered by a ban on cars with Serbian licence plates entering the country, police said on Saturday.
SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korea could consider participating in an inter-Korean summit if mutual respect can be assured, state news agency KCNA reported on Saturday, citing Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
MOGADISHU (Reuters) -A suicide car bomb killed at least eight people in the Somali capital on Saturday at a street junction near the president's palace, police said, and al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab said it was behind the attack which targeted a convoy going into the palace.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia reported 13,899 new Covid-19 cases, the Health Ministry said on Saturday (Sept 25).
LONDON (Reuters) - Lengthy queues of vehicles snaked their way to gas stations in Britain on Saturday where an acute shortage of truck drivers has led to fuel rationing and some pumps running dry, and prompted the government to consider issuing temporary work visas.