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CHICAGO, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- A Northwestern University (NU) research team has discovered in a study of zebrafish that there is a very orderly relationship between when spinal inhibitory neurons are born, their participation in different speeds of movement and what part of a motor neuron they innervate.
ANSWERING the earlier calls from the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) to turn to Cuti-Cuti Malaysia to help the local domestic tourism industry, my family and I decided to spend a weekend at Redang Island recently.
SEPANG: The Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services Department (Maqis) seized 149 birds of the Serinus Canaria species worth RM72,431 after they were found to have been brought into the country without valid import permit.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - In a warehouse near Bogota's airport, behind a heavy cold storage door, sit boxes upon boxes of lifesaving vaccines for everything from yellow fever to polio, awaiting transport to the furthest reaches of Colombia.
GENEVA, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) chief said on Friday that the world is at "a critical juncture" in the COVID-19 pandemic and called for "immediate action."
HANOI, Oct 23 (Xinhua): Vietnam's economy is expected to grow by 3 per cent in 2020, with rising consumption on improving sentiments and faster manufacturing driving the growth in the last quarter of this year, Vietnam News Agency cited a recent report by Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) as saying on Friday.
ULAN BATOR, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- At least six of Mongolia's provinces are likely to experience extreme wintry weather -- known as "dzud" -- this winter, local media reported Friday, citing the country's Food and Agriculture Ministry.
China’s state media calls for animal abuse to be illegal after cat and unborn kittens killed by boiling water
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): Security guard fired after report of pouring scalding water on pregnant stray cat because he believed it stole his sausageChina’s netizens have created momentum around the issue of animal cruelty and individual cases in the absence of legal consequences
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (AFP): Hong Kong is thriving as a transnational wildlife smuggling hub because its laws are not strong enough to tackle organised crime running the lucrative trade, researchers said Friday.