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SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's crop production this year is expected to drop to its lowest level in five years, bringing serious shortages for 40% of the population, as a dry spell and poor irrigation hit an economy already reeling from sanctions over its weapons programmes, the United Nations said on Thursday.
JOHOR BARU: The ongoing hot and dry spell has turned the state into a tinderbox with more than 500 fires recorded in the first two weeks of September alone.
Like a bad penny that keeps rolling back, the wicked weather of recent days shows no sign of abating as the culprits plead ignorance.
PARIS (Reuters) - Heatwaves in June and July caused about 1,500 more deaths than usual in France over that period, though the figure was far lower than in the summer of 2003, the country's health minister said on Sunday.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: What started as an ordinary small bush fire about six days ago has destroyed about 16ha of forest in Kampung Pekajang along Jalan Tanjung Kupang.
PETALING JAYA: The highest temperature ever recorded in Malaysia was at 40.1°C in Chuping, Perlis, a small town known for its large sugar cane plantations.
PETALING JAYA: Major cities in Malaysia are seeing more days where temperatures can hit at least 32°C compared to 10 years ago.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A worker at a Tokyo Olympics construction site died on Thursday after being found unconscious while working outside, organisers said on Friday, with media saying heatstroke was suspected as the Japanese capital swelters through a deadly heatwave.
PETALING JAYA: The heatwave in Europe has taken the Malaysian hockey players by surprise and they are bracing themselves for another ‘hot’ action against Spain tomorrow.
LONDON (Reuters) - "Shall we all just kill ourselves?"