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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (April 13)
GENEVA (Reuters) -International agencies including the World Health Organization urged countries on Tuesday to suspend the sale of live wild mammals in food markets, warning they may be the source of more than 70% of emerging infectious diseases in humans.
The United Nations' health agency on Tuesday urged countries to suspend the sale of live animals captured from the wild in food markets as an emergency measure, saying wild animals are a leading source of emerging infectious diseases like the coronavirus.
NESTLE Malaysia has launched a dairy-free alternative to two beverages to further cement its pledge to achieve zero net emissions by 2050.
PETALING JAYA: A notice from several foreign missions in Malaysia advising their citizens with expired social visit passes to be prepared to leave by next week has left many scrambling for answers.Many of them have been stranded in Malaysia since early last year when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, and they were made to understand that they could stay in Malaysia for up to 14 working days until the end of the movement control order, which has not been lifted until now.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s first sky bike centre is now open for those seeking an adrenaline rush.
Enveloped in a virgin forest of southwest China, a 5,800m-long tunnel has been drilled as part of the China-Laos railway while minimizing the impact on the environment.
KOTA KINABALU: Adventure lovers are in for a treat with the opening of Sabah’s first sky bike centre in Ranau district.
BACHOK: Breeding flies may sound peculiar, but in aquaculture, black soldier fly (BSF) larvae are an alternative source of chicken and fish feed.