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Property management workers pull to safely elderly woman with Alzheimer’s disease climbing down side of building
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) spent over RM100,000 to fix the main and side roads damaged by tipper lorries going to and from an illegal sand-washing site near 4th Mile, Jalan Kelang Lama.
LIVERPOOL, England, April 26 Reuters - Winter returned to Anfield on Friday but while the temperature dropped, the standards of Juergen Klopp's side certainly did not as Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah both struck twice in a 5-0 thrashing of relegated Huddersfield Town.
(Reuters) - Montenegro have been ordered to play their next European competition match behind closed doors as part of sanctions handed out by UEFA for the racist behaviour of their supporters during a match against England last month.
JUBA (Reuters) - A South Sudanese court threw out charges including treason against a prominent economist on Friday but said he still must face trial on new charges of disturbing the peace over interviews he gave to foreign media.
WASHINGTON/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has indicted a third U.S. Consulate employee and his wife and daughter on charges of membership of a terrorist group, according to a copy of the indictment seen by Reuters, a move likely to further strain ties between Ankara and Washington.
KATTANKUDY, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Mohamed Hashim Mohamed Zahran was 12 years old when he began his studies at the Jamiathul Falah Arabic College. He was a nobody, with no claim to scholarship other than ambition.
(Reuters) - Bolton Wanderers players have decided to boycott their remaining Championship fixtures over unpaid wages at the second-tier English club, the BBC and other British media reported on Friday.