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A husband confides in Thelma that he feels helpless after a fight with his wife, as her family used intimidation to force him to write letters against his will to say that they agree to divorce with immediate effect and to stop communicating with each other.
Letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Chairman, Alliance For Safe Community.
PETALING JAYA: With a capacity to treat 150 Covid-19 patients, the disaster management zone (DMZ) located in the underground parking lot of the Tuanku Mizan Armed Forces Hospital will begin admitting patients starting today.
PETALING JAYA: Private hospitals have treated Covid-19 patients before, but the practice was to send them to government hospitals once beds became available there, says the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia (APHM) president Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh.
SEREMBAN: For months now, Dr Michael (not his real name) has had to put on personal protective equipment for up to three hours a day whenever he visits Covid-19 patients recuperating at his ward.
TIRANA, Nov. 17 (Xinhua) -- The Technical Committee of Experts on the coronavirus situation in Albania has decided to take additional restrictive measures in an effort to fight COVID-19 spread, Director of Public Health Institute Albana Fico announced on Tuesday.
German authorities said on Sept 17 that an apparently misdirected ransomware attack caused the failure of IT systems at a major hospital in Duesseldorf, and a woman who needed urgent admission died after she had to be taken to another city for treatment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Thursday it was requiring the center that manages Chinese government-funded Confucius Institutes in the United States to register as a foreign mission, the latest sign of deteriorating relations between Washington and Beijing.
BEIJING (Reuters): China will announce reciprocal curbs on US media outlets in the country, the editor in chief of the Global Times newspaper said on Twitter on Wednesday (July 1).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Monday it will start treating four major Chinese media outlets as foreign embassies, alleging they are mouthpieces for Beijing, in a move that is likely to further sour already fraught ties between the world's top two economies.