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BANGKOK: Villagers along the Mekong River have asked a court in Bangkok on Friday (Feb 14) to slow down Thai purchases of electricity from a hydropower dam in Laos, which they say has harmed their livelihoods since it began operation last year.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's health minister celebrated the delivery of a CT scanner at a large county hospital, telling journalists that sick patients could now be diagnosed locally.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Swedish court has granted an appeal by a fan of English Premier League side Newcastle United to add the club to his name following a dispute with the country's authorities over his love for the team.
VIENTIANE: Laos government officials completed a three-week training course on advanced Geographic Information Systems, which was implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to enable them to undertake climate mapping and zoning.
MANILA: The 3,000-strong Taal Lake Aquaculture Alliance, Inc. (TLAAI) has appealed to government authorities to give its members sufficient “window hours” everyday to feed and harvest thousands of tonnes of healthy, marketable fish still in their cages.
Award-winning Malaysian photographer Heng Mok Zung, who has taken photos of three US presidents, shares his success story.
PADANG BESAR: Activities around the Timah Tasoh Lake such as industrial, agricultural, quarrying and municipal work have contributed to the water and environmental quality of the man-made lake, located about 17km from Kangar town.
TOKYO: Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) on Friday (JAN 31) said that releasing radioactive water from the disaster-hit Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean would be a preferable option than releasing it into the atmosphere.
ALOR GAJAH: Despite its wealth of history which included the Bugis, Dutch and Melaka Malay Sultanate, Kota Linggi, also known as Kota Bukit Supai, now lies neglected and forgotten.
BOULOGNE-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - For the British government, a successful Brexit means re-asserting economic sovereignty and landing a trade deal with Europe. Trawler captain Stephane Fait and his fellow French fisherman could sink that plan.