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BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday he would use all means necessary, including secret services, to combat what he called efforts to undermine him by U.S. financier George Soros.
NIOVILLE, France (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron's promise to rid France of controversial weedkiller glyphosate within three years has left some farmers in the European Union's largest grain producing country on edge.
BAMA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Nigeria's government has a plan for the northeast, torn apart by eight years of conflict with Boko Haram: displaced people will be housed in fortified garrison towns, ringed by farms, with the rest of the countryside effectively left to fend for itself.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The North Korean soldier critically wounded when making a dash to the south last month may have cheated death, but even as his health improves, he is months if not years away from finding a normal life in South Korea, officials and other defectors say.
MANILA: The Philippines said Friday it had suspended use of a landmark vaccine for the potentially deadly dengue virus after its manufacturer warned it could worsen the disease in some cases.
PETALING JAYA: The Youth and Sports Ministry has launched the TN50 Youth Canvas, a digital report that documents the aspirations of Malaysian youths, and invites youth to give their feedback on the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) before the report is finalised and submitted to the Prime Minister.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department urged Venezuela on Thursday to immediately release Josh Holt, a U.S. citizen who has been detained without charges for nearly a year and a half and is in deteriorating health.
KUANTAN: The SMK St Thomas parent-teacher association (PTA) is split on the decision to have the school’s name changed once it is relocated to new premises.
SEREMBAN: A man travelling to India with his mother was surprised to learn that her passport had expired when they arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
PETALING JAYA: Based on a study in 2016 conducted by UNAIDS, an organisation under the United Nations dedicated to protecting those suffering from AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), 36.7 million global citizens have been infected by the said condition.