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THE MCA and Gerakan will discuss the dwindling Chinese population with Chinese organisations and guilds, I>China Press/Ireported.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Supplies are dwindling in the main hospital of Syria's Afrin city, which has taken in 48 people killed and 86 wounded in recent Turkish attacks, its director said on Wednesday.
KLANG: Kampung Bagan Sungai Yu Baru village headman Sow Eng Guan has lauded the authorities’ attempt to help revive the dwindling number of cockles.
IT HAS been a challenging year for the caretakers of Lighthouse Children Welfare Home, who are grappling with dwindling donations and increasing operational costs.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the blight of India's dwindling number of girls on Thursday, launching a campaign to address the problem the United Nations has said amounts to a national emergency.
THE aviation industry is already reeling from losses and dwindling demand due to the global recession. Even now, with oil prices having tumbled to well below last year's high of US$147 a barrel, several airlines are still paying off hedges locked in last year.
KUANTAN: The implementation of new minimum mesh size for fishing nets beginning Nov 1 is to protect the dwindling fish population, said Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Sephardic Jews in Bosnia have kept their language alive ever since they were expelled from Spain in the late 15th century and found a home in Sarajevo, but today it is spoken by only a handful of the city's ageing Jews.