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Hong Kong woman who threw acid in shopkeeper’s face because he was ‘old, fat, short and ugly’ sent to psychiatric hospital
Ng Lai-fong, 26, placed in hospital for six months after pre-sentencing reports revealed history of mental illnessesVictim Lam Shing-yip, 56, spent four days in hospital after Ng splashed a bottle of hydrochloric acid onto his face
Sanma – or saury – has also grown increasingly popular outside Japan, due to its relatively low cost and the health benefits of its unsaturated fatty acids Hauls at Japanese ports have been in decline for years, prompting the industry to impose limits on catches even before this season set record lows
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - An influential lobby group for Australia's multi-billion dollar coal mining industry has launched an advertising blitz to rally public support for an overhaul of state planning laws after a commission blocked new projects citing climate change concerns.
Edward Snowden’s memoir Permanent Record is a best seller. Hackers are trying to cash in on it, too.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Young Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz is cruising to victory in Sunday's parliamentary election, but after a video sting blew up his coalition with the far right, he could well reach to the other end of the spectrum for a partner this time.
(Reuters) - Everton manager Marco Silva has accused his under-performing players of "hiding" after a disappointing start to their Premier League campaign.
(Reuters) - Global trade rules are "no longer fit for purpose" and must be changed to accommodate China's new status as a developed economy, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in a major foreign policy speech in the United States.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The growing flap over whether President Donald Trump used his office to seek re-election help from his Ukrainian counterpart poses political risks, and some opportunities, for Democratic White House front-runner Joe Biden.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he will discuss Iran a bit during his speech before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
AMPANG residents have become trendsetters in turning trash into cash, thanks to a campaign mooted by Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ).