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TAWAU (Bernama): Some 50 houses in Kampung Titingan here were destroyed in a fire on Monday (July 19) morning.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Trust in Indonesian President Joko Widodo's ability to handle the pandemic has fallen sharply among the public, a survey showed, as authorities struggle to contain a wave of coronavirus infections that has pushed hospitals to breaking point.
Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), in a circular issued during the weekend, said it has removed Brunei and Singapore from its entry-ban list of countries.
Hospitality players in Malaysia urge the government to trust them to operate again for vaccinated Malaysians and keep guests safe.
Tabling of 12th Malaysia Plan hinges on solving issues
For a week, 21-year-old student Phoe Thar has been out by dawn to gather oxygen cylinders from the homes of coronavirus sufferers in Myanmar's second city of Mandalay.
JEMPOL (Bernama): The government is prepared to increase the number of Low-Risk Covid-19 Quarantine and Treatment Centres (PKRC) in the country if the need arises based on the number of positive cases.
ALOR SETAR: The lock-up at the Kota Setar district police headquarters' is temporarily closed after over Covid-19 cases were detected there.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea will airlift all troops from a ship on anti-piracy patrol in the Middle East, the Ministry of Defense said on Sunday, while a replacement team will steer the vessel back home after dozens of soldiers on board tested positive for the coronavirus.
SANDWICH (Reuters) - With a clear blue sky above, the lightest of breezes and fairways still playing relatively soft, the Royal St Georges's course looked vulnerable when Scotland's Robert Macintyre fired six birdies in his third-round 65 on Saturday.