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Cambodia takes measures to save rare Royal Turtle as 30 of the endangered species hatch in captivity in country
Thirty nearly extinct Royal Turtle babies hatched in an artificial sandbank at the Koh Kong Reptile Conservation Center (KKRCC) in southwest Cambodia's Koh Kong province last week, a conservationist group has announced.
The lack of quantity and quality of clean water in the Sultanate may no longer be an issue following the signing to upgrade Bukit Barun Water Treatment Plant Construction Project at the Public Works Department (JKR) headquarters in the capital.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Professional women and voters concerned about climate change unleashed a third force in Australia's election, taking a swath of seats that ended nine years of conservative rule even as votes for the winning Labor Party fell.
'I don’t understand why I should be bullied just because of my weight. Do fat people deserve to be treated like this? How do I deal with it?'
Indonesia's resumption of palm oil exports will not blunt Malaysia's competitiveness in exporting the edible oil, the Malaysian commodities minister said on Sunday, pointing to the rival's loss of sales in India.
Thailand’s capital will vote for a new governor on Sunday for the first time in almost a decade with the winner facing the challenges of rebuilding Bangkok’s pre-pandemic status as a tourism hub and tackling persistent pollution.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's election has brought in a wave of Greens and independents pushing for aggressive targets to cut carbon emissions, who will pressure the incoming Labor government to step up its climate plans if it wants to pass any legislation.
Travellers flying to China from the US will no longer be required to provide three negative RT-PCR test results as of Friday.
Solar storms don’t present any danger to the Earth as a planet, but could well harm humans who are increasingly dependent on technology.