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APUI, Brazil (Reuters) - For a moment, the Brazilian firefighters were taken aback by the sudden rage of the climbing flames: the speed at which they grew and moved, carried by the evening wind.
TASHKENT (Reuters) - The U.S. ambassador to Uzbekistan has urged the Central Asian nation and its neighbour Kyrgyzstan to set free an Uzbek journalist detained on suspicion of anonymously criticising the government on social media.
ALOR SETAR: A nasi kandar restaurant owner has become the first person in the country to be jailed for defying a quarantine order under the recovery movement control order (MCO).
IPOH: The Perak government will take steps to conserve the Gua Matsurat limestone cave, which is not only facing intrusion from humans but herds of buffaloes as well.
PARIS (Reuters) - France will gradually ramp up police checks to ensure people wear face masks where it is mandatory and respect social distancing amidst a new surge of COVID-19 infections, the government's spokesman said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Minneapolis police body-camera videos of George Floyd's fatal arrest showed him begging for an officer to remove a knee from his neck in the moments before his death.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is concerned about the election in Belarus and urges the government to refrain from use of force, the White House said on Monday, amid clashes with protesters in that country.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain called on the Belarus government to refrain from further acts of violence, following what it called a "seriously flawed" presidential election, criticising a lack of transparency and obstruction of independent observers.
BUTTERWORTH: It was just 6.30am and the Sessions Court here was already filled with journalists eager to get their media passes to cover the corruption case of former finance minister Lim Guan Eng.
For some residents of the semi-autonomous city, he is an unlikely hero. But in China's state media he is a 'traitor' and the head of a new 'Gang of Four' conspiring with foreign nations to undermine the motherland.