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In Syria's Aleppo, the customers are back in the bathhouse

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - Swaddled in white towels, the Mansour and Wafai families sat in an arched alcove of Aleppo's Bab al-Ahmar public bathhouse, reviving their once-weekly tradition after years of war in Syria.


Taufu fah seller caught reusing disposable plastic bowls after washing in pail of water

PETALING JAYA: A taufu fah (soy pudding) seller was caught rewashing plastic bowls in a rather unhygienic way at his lorry-stall in Bandar Sunway here.

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Stop poisoning stray animals, public told

ANIMAL welfare organisations and local councils should consider adopting the “Trap, Neuter, Release and Maintain” (TNRM) programme to reduce the stray animal population.


Dogs found poisoned in Shah Alam

PETALING JAYA: Animal lovers are seeing red over dog poisoning cases in the housing areas of Elmina Garden, U16 Shah Alam, where 11 dogs have died since July 24.

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Stray dogs in Shah Alam poisoned, have limbs lopped off

Eleven stray dogs have died of poisoning within the span of a week at Elmina Garden, U16, Shah Alam and the culprit is still at large.


Dengue danger is back

The current rainy weather has seen a spike in dengue cases in the state especially in Kinta district.


HFMD cases up three-fold

THE NUMBER of Hand Foot Mouth Disease (HFMD) cases in the state has increased by almost three fold, says Perak Health Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.


Blatter reveals frozen balls ruse at European club draws

(Reuters) - Frozen balls containing team names have been used to rig European football's club competition draws although the ruse was never used at FIFA, the former chief of the game's world governing body, Sepp Blatter, has said.


Former Thai PM Thaksin warns on democracy, economy in New Year message

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Politicians must love their people or risk the extinction of democracy, Thailand's fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra told a gathering of supporters on Thursday, warning that Thais face tough times because of a weak economy.


Former Thai PM Thaksin tells junta to mind the drought, not his New Year gifts

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Sunday the military government should focus on dealing with the country's problems after soldiers seized thousands of red plastic bowls he and his sister sent supporters as a New Year gift.