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SINGAPORE: Before Lucky Plaza became a popular hangout for Filipino maids, there was “Gulong Park”, where they gathered on weekends.
SYDNEY: Electricity supplies in Australia's most populous state, including its largest city Sydney, were under threat on Saturday (Jan 4) after bushfires took out two substations with authorities warning of rolling blackouts if conditions worsen.
PETALING JAYA: Media advocacy group Geramm (Gerakan Media Merdeka) has once again called on the government to fulfil its promise of press freedom by repealing all laws that stifle freedom of expression.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is expected to see a revamped health financing system if the Cabinet approves the healthcare reform proposal by the Health Ministry.
KOTA SAMARAHAN (Bernama): Police are appealing to the public for information on the second suspect in the murder of a man in Bandar Riyal here on Dec 20.
BEIJING (Bloomberg):- A newly approved Chinese drug for Alzheimer's will start clinical trials in the United States and Europe next year as the country's first novel therapy for the incurable disease seeks global legitimacy.
BAGANUUR, MONGOLIA: For over 10 years, the ger (traditional Mongolian felt tent) kindergarten in the remote coal-mining town of Banganuur, did not have toilets, sinks nor running water.
MADRID (AFP): Spanish experts were to carry out an autopsy on Thursday (Dec 26) to determine why a British man and two of his children drowned in a pool in a holiday complex near Malaga, police said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the weeks before U.S. President Donald Trump’s declaration last month that he would forge ahead with designating Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations, Cabinet members and top aides from across the government recommended against it, five people knowledgeable about the matter told Reuters.
KUALA LUMPUR: The newly-formed Skuad Sukarelawan Putra, which purportedly aims to help authorities catch illegal immigrants, is neither authorised nor recognised by authorities, says Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.