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LONDON (Reuters) - Rugby's clampdown on high tackles is changing the approach to the breakdown, swinging the advantage to ball-stealers and, say players and coaches, making the "jackal" an even more essential weapon for any World Cup pretender.
KUALA LUMPUR: Fearing that the hiring freeze on foreign workers will lead to a shortage of workers and higher operational costs, barbershop owners will submit a memorandum to the government appealing for a review of its foreign worker policy.
JOHOR BARU: A furniture booth inside Mid Valley Southkey Mall in Johor Baru caught fire, resulting in the destruction of some of the displayed items.
SRI AMAN (Bernama): It’s a double blow for some 100,000 urban folk in Sri Aman, who besides having to deal with the choking haze, now find themselves facing a shortage in water supply.
Facebook teamed up with the London police as to thwart livestreams of terror attacks such as the NZ mosque massacre.
GEORGE TOWN: A few flights have had to be delayed at Penang International Airport, and should visibility drops to below 800m, the airport will have to shut.
PEKAN NENAS: At least six local employers, including a businesswoman, were fined a total of RM117,500 for employing undocumented foreigners in their premises in Johor.
GEORGE TOWN: All 111 schools on the island's northeast district have been asked to close at noon on Wednesday (Sept 18).
KUCHING: Authorities are continuing to monitor the air quality in Sri Aman even though the Air Pollutant Index (API) is no longer at hazardous levels on Wednesday (Sept 18).
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's top public prosecutor on Tuesday ordered five people indicted over sabotaging efforts to investigate the assassination of a Rio de Janeiro city councilwoman, and said federal investigators would take over the case.