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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - For the South Pacific island nation of Tonga, the tsunami unleashed by Saturday's volcanic eruption laid bare some of the ways that climate change is threatening the islands' very existence.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The mass culling of thousands of hamsters in the city over links to a coronavirus cluster has ignited the fury of pet lovers and anti-cruelty groups, with an online petition gaining traction.
CASES of deaths due to delayed treatment have led the Chinese to question the rigid behaviour of hospital staff in following the standard operating procedure (SOP) in the control and prevention of Covid-19.
KEBBI, Nigeria (Reuters) -Dozens of gunmen on motorbikes ransacked a village and killed more than 50 people in the latest violence in northwest Nigeria, residents said on Sunday.
The mother of a Chinese student studying in Japan who was stabbed to death by the ex-boyfriend of her friend has won a civil lawsuit against the friend who was told to pay nearly 700,000 yuan (US$110,000) as compensation.
The Covid-19 vaccines currently being developed by local experts will also take into account other future variants of concern, says the Institute for Medical Research. For now, health experts urge for booster shots to be stepped up and for people to stick to SOPs to beat such strains.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Jan 15)
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Chief executives of Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook were aware of a deal to carve up part of the online advertising market, according to an amended antitrust complaint filed by Texas and 15 other states against Google.
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) announced that its research team has successfully developed “anti-virus 3D printing material” that can kill the Covid-19 virus on surfaces as well as most common viruses and bacteria.
LA GUINERA, Cuba (Reuters) - Young Cuban protesters from Havana's poorest neighborhoods face decades behind bars at upcoming trials, relatives and rights groups said, amid a crackdown on some of those who took part in last year's unprecedented anti-government demonstrations.