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Outpatient specialist complex to overcome UMMC's emergency dept congestion

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) is building an Outpatient Specialist Complex as one of three measures to overcome congestion at its Emergency Department which also had to accept non-critical (green zone) patients presently.

Bomb threat at court complex turns out to be a hoax

KUALA LUMPUR: The bomb threat at the Jalan Duta court turned out to be a hoax, say police.

Police scold boy pretending to be 'toyol'

JAKARTA (ANN): The Depok Police’s Jaguar Team, a special unit dedicated to combating street crime, caught and reprimanded 13-year-old A at 2am on Saturday for dressing up as a toyol (a mischievous child-like spirit) in Beji to scare local residents and film the prank for a YouTube channel.

New ideas to improve emergency reporting

MERS 999 is exploring new approaches to boost its service. But the emergency hotline still receives too many prank calls. Some 5.8% of calls are for non-emergency situations.

Rustic sculpture of Melania Trump unveiled near Slovenian hometown

ROZNO, Slovenia (Reuters) - A life-size rough wooden sculpture of U.S. first lady Melania Trump was unveiled near her hometown of Sevnica in southeastern Slovenia on Friday.

Oops! Screaming neighbour is actually a sun bear

PETALING JAYA: The residents of Sentrio Suites Condominium in Kuala Lumpur were shocked when they found a baby sun bear living amidst them in one of the units there.

Sun bear spotted in KL condo (updated)

PETALING JAYA: The daily lives of residents at Sentrio Suites Condominium in Desa Pandan, Kuala Lumpur were temporarily disrupted when a baby sun bear was spotted sticking its head out of an apartment window.

A history of ultraviolence against schoolchildren in Japan

Japan is known for its low rate of violent crime. But Tuesday’s horror stabbing attack on schoolchildren was not the first such incident to shock the country Parents fear there is little that can be done to completely protect their children