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Metro News

Taking the party to the beach for a blast

AFTER having Kuala Lumpur lit up on a Sunday night for the better part of the second half of last year, the guys behind the now legendary Daydream Sunday Pool Parties are back, and kicking things up a notch and organising the first Daydream Island Music Festival in Langkawi later this month from June 22 to 24.

World

East Libyan forces detain rival commander in Derna, U.N. raises alarm

TUNIS (Reuters) - Forces in eastern Libya said they had arrested a rival senior military official in Derna on Friday and the United Nations said it was alarmed by an increasing risk to civilians in the city.

World

Turkish PM says troops 30 km inside Iraq, could move on Kurdish stronghold

KARS, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish forces are stationed 30 km inside northern Iraq and could advance further to target Kurdish PKK militants in their Qandil Mountains stronghold, Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said.

Nation

Najib tells Pakatan: Don't use incorrect info as basis to cancel projects that benefit the people

PETALING JAYA: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has denied that the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project was based on scheduled payments, as claimed by the Pakatan Harapan Government.

World

NASA rover data shows Mars had the ingredients needed for life

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earth's neighbour may have harboured life.

TECH

Commuting in the age of sea rise: Miami Beach app could tell you how to avoid flooding

Coastal flooding is the most visible symptom of climate change in South Florida. Outside of hurricanes, its more annoyance than instrument of property damage – at least for now – but it can make getting around the “ground zero” of global warming a pain.

World

Red Cross pulls 71 foreign staff out of Yemen amid insecurity, threats

GENEVA (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Thursday it had pulled 71 international staff out of Yemen because of security incidents and threats, moving them to Djibouti.

Metro News

How to look fabulous during Raya

WITH a week to go before Hari Raya, it can be a stressful period of preparation that it's easy to neglect self-care when we need it most. Regardless, if you dread the prying eyes of your mak ciks and pak ciks during your next balik kampung trip, it's not too late for a glow up.

World

Scientists say cost of sucking carbon from thin air could tumble

OSLO (Reuters) - High costs of extracting greenhouse gases from thin air could tumble with new technologies that can help to combat climate change, scientists said on Thursday.

Metro News

New minister promises sewerage upgrade for Sandakan

SANDAKAN: The Infrastructure Development Ministry will draw up a proposal to upgrade the 94 sewage treatment plants (STP) in the district.