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Militant suspect shot in East Java

JAKARTA: A suspected militant launched an attack on an Indonesian police station in the country’s second-biggest city, slashing one officer with a sickle, before being shot and taken into custody, police officials said.

Indonesian police shoot suspected militant after officer slashed

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A suspected Islamic militant has launched an attack on an Indonesian police station in the country's second-biggest city, slashing one officer with a sickle, before being shot and taken into custody, police officials said on Sunday.

Prehistoric city offers glimpse of ancient living near Jerusalem

MOTZA, Israel (Reuters) - A huge prehistoric settlement discovered near Jerusalem by Israeli archaeologists offers new insight into how civilizations developed around the end of the Stone Age.

Woman electrocuted while picking mangoes

LAHAD DATU: A woman was electrocuted while picking mangoes with a metal sickle at her farm in Kg Terusan here on Wednesday (June 26).

Man who threatened to slash mum over uncooked chicken fined RM6,000

KOTA BARU (Bernama): A man who threatened to slash his mother because she had served him fried chicken that was not well-cooked was fined RM6,000, in default 12 months' jail, for criminal intimidation by the Magistrate's Court here Sunday (April 21).

‘Red scare’ rises ahead of polls

Padang: Bookseller Yanto Tjahaja was tending to his shop when soldiers burst through the door and confiscated a dozen titles over claims they violated one of Indonesia’s most sensitive taboos: communism.

Worker bleeds to death after dropping sickle on his leg

KUANTAN (Bernama): A man bled to death Saturday (March 9) after the sickle he was using to pluck oil palm fruits fell on and slashed his right calf.

Malaysian professor wins US immigrant award

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian nutritionist in the US has won the Outstanding Immigrant Health Professional Award for 2018.

'Nobody will kneel': Tigrayans defiant as Ethiopian leader cracks down

MEKELLE, Ethiopia (Reuters) - In the birthplace of the armed struggle that propelled Ethiopia's ruling coalition to power 27 years ago, there is growing anger as the country's new prime minister stages a crackdown on the region's once-powerful leaders.

Some dinosaurs had exquisite eggs with colours, spots, speckles

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some dinosaurs laid coloured, speckled and spotted eggs boasting exquisite hues of blue and brown, scientists said on Thursday, in a discovery that scrambles the notion that such exceptional traits originated with birds.