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PETALING JAYA: While the current peak nesting season is seeing a rise in turtle eggs, conservation groups are urging Malaysians to take a pledge to stop putting turtle eggs on their plates.
Residents of Taman Bukit Manda’rina Second Enclave in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur are concerned about safety measures at a highway construction site.
LA CRUCECITA, Mexico (Reuters) - A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck southern Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday, killing at least six people and seriously injuring others in isolated villages, while causing damage to buildings hundreds of miles away in Mexico City.
SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - In the days leading up to the most violent border clash between India and China in decades, China brought in pieces of machinery, cut a trail into a Himalayan mountainside and may have even dammed a river, satellite pictures suggest.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's elite 'RAID' police unit has arrested several members of the Chechen community after four nights of gang violence in the city of Dijon, a police source said.
KLANG: Several roads will be closed and routes diverted for five days from June 17 to June 21 until debris from the collapsed steel truss at the 2nd milestone Jalan Meru here is cleared.
SALYERSVILLE, Kentucky (Reuters) - In May 2012, Hanson and Michael Rowe noticed an overpowering smell, like rotten eggs, seeping from an abandoned gas well on their land in Kentucky. The fumes made the retired couple feel nauseous, dizzy, and short of breath.
BEIJING (AFP): The number of people killed in a tanker truck explosion on a highway in eastern China has climbed to 18, with nearly 200 more injured, local authorities said Sunday (June 14). The force of the blast on Saturday afternoon caused nearby homes and factories to collapse.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As protesters chanted near the White House, Michael Piatschak leaned from his one-wheeled electric skateboard, extended a trash-grabbing claw and, like a raptor swooping on prey, snagged a plastic bag off the street and stuffed it into a shoulder sack.