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HULU SELANGOR: A motorcyclist was injured while a food stall and 10 vehicles were 'swallowed' by a landslide at Taman Idaman, Serendah here, early today.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq is readying a special force tasked with storming Tal Afar, a bastion of Islamic State west of Mosul, in a way that would avoid revenge killings against the town's Sunni population.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma will be questioned next week by the African National Congress' (ANC) integrity commission following persistent allegations of corruption and poor election results, the party said on Friday.
TURIN (Reuters) - Heavy rains battered northwestern Italy on Thursday, swelling rivers that broke their banks in some areas and prompting authorities to issue major flood warnings.
HAIFA, Israel (Reuters) - Wildfires tore across central and northern Israel on Thursday, forcing tens of thousands of residents to flee the city of Haifa, as leaders blamed arsonists for some of the blazes and branded them terrorists.
LIMA (Reuters) - A government commission in Peru travelled to a remote Andean region this week to reassure locals that sorely-needed public works were on the way, part of a renewed bid to keep conflicts in the mineral-rich country from turning deadly, the government said on Thursday.
ZURICH/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Switzerland votes in a referendum on Sunday on whether to make a speedy withdrawal from atomic energy production, a move that would reduce nuclear risks but raise reliance on fossil fuels from Germany or imported nuclear power from France.
BARTELLA, Iraq (Reuters) - A damaged picture of Jesus and a CD from his daughter's wedding were pretty much all Iraqi Christian Said Shaba found when he returned to the ransacked house he had to flee when Islamic State arrived two and a half years ago.
Watchdog will inspect aquatic products in major cities before December 10
PETALING JAYA: Asli Centre for Public Policy Studies (CPPS) chairman Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam has urged policymakers to protect the rights of all Malaysians in light of new developments to PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang's Private Member's Bill.