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Disgruntled Venezuelan state workers seek ways to join opposition vote

CARACAS/PUNTO FIJO, Venezuela (Reuters) - Some are travelling across town to cast their ballot. One has asked a cousin volunteering at a poll station to let him jump the queue. And another plans to dress up as a woman to vote.

Europol says 66 arrested in horsemeat scandal investigation

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europol said on Sunday 66 people had been arrested for trading horsemeat unfit for human consumption and it had seized bank accounts, properties and luxury cars following an investigation into a food scandal that shocked European consumers.

Two girls bitten by rabid dog in Kuala Sepetang

IPOH: Two girls have been bitten by a dog which was infected with rabies at the fishing village of Kuala Sepetang, about 70km from here.

Australia urges China to release dissident Liu Xiaobo's widow

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia on Sunday called for China to lift curbs on the widow of Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo, who died of liver cancer in custody last week.

Push and passion still relevant for many professions

Many elite professions are still in demand. But do aspiring graduates have what it takes to make it in the real world?

NIOSH: Prevent leptospirosis problem from getting worse

PETALING JAYA: The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has urged all relevant authorities to step up efforts in tackling the increasing number of leptospirosis cases in the country.

Efforts to contain rabies outbreak in Serian continue

KUCHING: Authorities in Sarawak are continuing to carry out active case detection and vaccination to contain the rabies outbreak in Serian district.

Going all out to stop rabies from crossing borders

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Thailand will hold talks next month to discuss ways to strengthen disease control between both countries.

Chinese Nobel laureate's ashes scattered at sea

SHENYANG, China (Reuters) - Deceased Chinese Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo's ashes were scattered at sea on Saturday, Liu's brother said, in a move described by a family friend as an effort to erase any memory of him.

Australia set to join U.N. Human Rights Council - report

(Reuters) - Australia looks set to fill one of two vacancies on the United Nations Human Rights Council following France's withdrawal from the process, the Herald Sun newspaper said on Saturday, quoting remarks by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.