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HONG KONG: Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam began her highly anticipated third Policy Address via video after she was prevented from speaking as she was repeatedly heckled inside and outside the Legislative Council (LegCo) chamber.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Three Asian metropolises - Tokyo, Beijing and Singapore - are the world's leading environmentally-friendly commuting cities, a report to be released by data insight company Kantar on Thursday says.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A 58-year-old man will appear before a judge in the Netherlands on Thursday on charges of unlawful deprivation of freedom and harming others' health, Dutch prosecutors said on Wednesday.
KITSAP US (AP): A Washington state man was charged with a felony assault after police say he attacked his roommate, believing the man to be a vampire.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Lawmakers from Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) have begun work on a bill to criminalise "the promotion of underage sexual activity", in a move which aims to boost their credentials with staunchly Catholic voters but which has angered liberals and women's rights activists.
SHAH ALAM: Dengue cases in Selangor has almost doubled with 57,980 people infected between January and Oct 12, this year – an increase of 25,366 cases, compared to the same period last year.
RUINERWOLD, Netherlands (Reuters) - A man who paid the rent on a Dutch farmhouse where six members of a family were found locked away in a secret room will appear in court on Thursday on charges of unlawful detention and harming others' health, prosecutors said.
PETALING JAYA (AFP): A diet heavy on cheap, modern food like instant noodles that fills bellies but lacks key nutrients has left millions of children unhealthily thin or overweight in Southeast Asia, experts say.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Poor air quality caused about 400,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2016, the most recent year data is available, and almost every city-dwelling European is exposed to pollution levels that exceed healthy levels, according to a report on Wednesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer's path to succeed Angela Merkel as Germany's chancellor seemed clear when she replaced her as leader of the governing Christian Democrats (CDU) last December.