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Keeping the germs away,naturally

MALAYSIANS will now be able to get their hands on more natural body care.

New alternate chairmen brimming with plans

WITH the new Penang Island City councillors sworn in, alternate chairmen have been chosen to head various committees under the council.

U.S. terminates funding for Zimbabwe rights groups ahead of election

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The United States has terminated funding to three Zimbabwean human rights and pro-democracy groups three weeks before an election, a move that analysts say could undermine the credibility of the country's first post-Mugabe vote.

How to quit smoking: five tips from a smoker who stopped after 35 years on kicking the habit for good

Mark Sharp has smoked since he was a teenager. After a number of failed attempts, he’s now been able to avoid having a cigarette for over a month. He offers advice on how to butt out for good

UK demands Russia explain nerve attack after two more people struck down

AMESBURY, England (Reuters) - Britain demanded on Thursday that Russia provide details about the Novichok nerve agent attack on a former double agent and his daughter after two British citizens were struck down with the same poison.

Brazil Supreme Court removes minister amid corruption probe - source

BRASILIA/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's Supreme Court has removed the nation's labour minister from his post at the request of prosecutors, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday, just a day after authorities arrested multiple high-ranking executives in a separate graft sting.

South Africans paying too much for private healthcare - watchdog

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africans are paying too much for private healthcare, the country's antitrust watchdog said on Thursday, adding patients are sometimes prescribed treatments they don't need by an industry with limited competition.

Factbox: What do we know - and do not know - about the Novichok poisonings?

LONDON (Reuters) - Two British citizens are critically ill after they were exposed to Novichok, the same nerve agent that struck down a former Russian agent and his daughter in March, Britain's top counter-terrorism officer said.

Tabarez brings Uruguay in from the wilderness

(Reuters) - Oscar Tabarez began his second stint as Uruguay coach in May 2006, one month before the World Cup. But they were not going to Germany -- in fact, they struggled even to find anyone who would play them in friendlies.

UK poisoning looks like an unfortunate after-effect of Skripal incident - minister

LONDON (Reuters) - The poisoning of two Britons with the Novichok nerve agent looks like an unfortunate after effect of the attempted murder in March of a former Russian agent and his daughter, Britain's health minister Jeremy Hunt said on Thursday.