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PARIS (Reuters) - As dawn broke on May 16, an elite French police team blew open the door to an apartment in a sleepy northwestern Parisian suburb where they found Felicien Kabuga, suspected of bankrolling the genocide against Rwanda's Tutsis in 1994.
PUTRAJAYA: A 67-year-old Indian national who was found unconscious at the Bukit Jalil immigration depot was rushed to hospital where he died on Friday and was subsequently found to be Covid-19 positive.
PETALING JAYA: The 121st Covid-19 fatality involved an Indian national who was a detainee at the Bukit Jalil immigration centre, says Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia recorded eight new Covid-19 cases on Sunday (June 14), bringing the total number of infections to 8,453.
IMPLEMENTATION of the movement control order (MCO) paired with a host of responsibilities and uncertainty have made the last three months really tough to take, especially for teachers who have been working tirelessly for their students.
HOW difficult is it to have five servings of fruits and vegetables a day?
FOR a society that loves food, Malaysians are not eating enough – greens, that is.
PETALING JAYA: Those travelling back to their hometown this weekend should keep in mind that Covid-19 is still a threat, say health experts. Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) president Dr N. Ganabaskaran said Malaysians should not be complacent despite a decrease in the number of new infections in the country.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Yelena Nikonorova, a nurse in the Russian town of Belebey, took a new job on a hospital ward on April 1. Two days later, she went on sick leave. A month later, she was dead after contracting the coronavirus, her death certificate shows.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean doctors have found certain underlying conditions that may make some COVID-19 patients more severely affected by the disease, a professor at Yeungnam University Medical Center said on Wednesday.