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U.N. warns against politicizing humanitarian aid in Venezuela

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations warned on Wednesday against using aid as a pawn in Venezuela after the United States sent food and medicine to the country's border and accused President Nicolas Maduro of blocking its delivery with trucks and shipping containers.


U.S. sends aid to Colombia-Venezuela border; Maduro rejects help

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has sent food and medicine to Colombia's border with Venezuela, U.S. officials said on Tuesday, although it is still unclear how the aid will get past the objections of President Nicolas Maduro, who has blocked shipments in the past.

AseanPlus News

Russian ‘begpacker’ couple arrested in Malaysia after outrage over baby-swinging video

The man was filmed tossing and waving his baby around by the legs while his companions busk and beg for money from onlookers


Stray dogs, cats and Malaysian paranoia


Food News

Desserts that look exactly like real fruits at KL's Namelaka Patisserie

The brand new Namelaka Patisserie in Bangsar offers a selection of desserts like lemon, mandarin orange, apple, pear and passionfruit that look exactly like real fruits.


Do audit on cleanliness, safety of pedestrian bridges

EVERY now and then we will read about cases of public infrastructure not being properly maintained by the respective agencies, particularly the local authorities.


In Papua New Guinea shanty-towns, residents question APEC legacy

PORT MORESBY (Reuters) - Barely a five-minute drive from the $50 million conference venue for the just-concluded Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Papua New Guinea's capital, a makeshift squatter settlement is tucked away from visiting world leaders.


Footbridges are there for a reason

IT may baffle many of us when some people are reluctant to use pedestrian bridges to cross the road including in busy urban areas.


Behave or pay more for your food, restaurant tells patrons

PETALING JAYA: A restaurant in Johor Baru is encouraging its customers to be nice to its cooks and waiters – or they will have to pay an additional RM10.

Metro News

Instilling positive mindset in those living at flats

PAEDIATRIC care experts have opined that there must be a break in intergenerational parenting habits when raising children in places such as the People’s Housing Projects (PPR).