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Move to lower cancer treatment price

BEIJING: Imported drugs are no longer subject to tariffs and VAT (value added tax) has been slashed in efforts to make medication more affordable, as American biochemist Wang Xiaodong reports.


Factbox - Composition of Russia's new government

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Friday unveiled who will be in his new cabinet.


China seeks investigation into University of Southern California abuse accusations

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Chinese government has expressed "deep concern" over published reports that a University of Southern California gynaecologist was allowed for years to treat students, many of them from China, despite accusations of sexual abuse and harassment.


Double joy or double trouble?

IPOH: Statistically speaking, twin pregnancy occurs at a frequency of one in 80 pregnancies.


Take care, we still need you to fight for us, Dr M told

PETALING JAYA: He’s 93 years old and is up and about almost 24/7. And, it isn’t just his wife who is concerned about his well-being.


In Bangladesh, some 60 babies a day born in Rohingya camps - U.N

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Around 60 babies a day are being born in vast refugee camps in Bangladesh, sheltering hundreds of thousands of mainly Rohingya Muslims who have fled Myanmar, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said on Wednesday.


Shafie: No conflict of interest in being Sabah CM and Finance man

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal who has kept the Finance portfolio for himself has assured Sabahans that there will be no conflict of interest.


Man who groped three women in an hour jailed

SINGAPORE: A woman who was groped by a man in the street called the police and told them: “He’s molesting everyone here.”


Congo, U.N. deploy specialists to tackle Ebola epidemic

KINSHASA (Reuters) - The Democratic Republic of Congo and U.N. agencies began deploying emergency teams of specialists over the weekend to try to prevent the spread of an Ebola epidemic suspected to have infected more than 30 people, they said on Sunday.


From Churchill to Mahathir: political second acts

WITH his shock victory in Malaysia’s election, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has pulled off a political second act that few expected, joining the select ranks of politicians who have revived their careers.