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‘YooCare’ vows a better future for Alor Setar folk

ALOR SETAR: At first glance, several large “YooCare” posters and billboards put up around town may be mistaken as advertisements for a healthcare company.


Education the key to the future

JOHOR BARU: The Johor government has identified education as one of the main drives to transform the state into an economic powerhouse in the region.


Cholera vaccination campaign starts in Yemen - WHO

GENEVA (Reuters) - The first vaccine campaign against cholera in Yemen has started, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday, a year and a half after an epidemic was triggered by war and a health and sanitation crisis.


Iron Lady stumps for Wan Saiful in GE14

ALOR SETAR: “Call me Kak Dah,” says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz as she descended on Pendang to campaign for Wan Saiful Wan Jan in GE14.

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10 Cambodians die from drinking contaminated water

PHNOM PENH: The death toll from drinking contaminated water in eastern Cambodia’s Kratie province has risen to 10, as 121 others were hospitalised, Om Phy, deputy police chief of Kratie province, said.


Unicef helps to make R.AGE’s kindness campaign a huge success

KOTA KINABALU: The #Stand­Together campaign received another boost when 10,000 people ran for kindness at the Unicef Borneo Marathon.


Rouhani says plans in place for any Trump decision on nuclear deal - TV

DUBAI (Reuters) - President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday Iran had plans to respond to any move by U.S. President Donald Trump on the 2015 nuclear agreement and the United States would regret a decision to exit the accord.


Israeli troops kill two Palestinians trying to cross from Gaza - army

GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli soldiers shot and killed two Palestinians who tried to cross into Israel from the Gaza Strip on Sunday, the military said.


Gaza blast kills six Hamas gunmen

GAZA (Reuters) - An explosion in Gaza killed six Hamas gunmen on Saturday, the group said. It blamed the incident on Israel, which declined comment.


Saudi body appears to retract call to end gender segregation

RIYADH (Reuters) - A Saudi body seems to have backtracked on a new initiative calling to end prayer-time store closures and gender segregation in public places - potentially divisive reforms for the deeply conservative kingdom.