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PETALING JAYA: Sixty people died from Covid-19 on Sunday (June 20), bringing the cumulative total to 4,408 cases, says Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
Hla Min, a rice farmer in central Myanmar, was getting regular radiation therapy for cancer when the military seized power Feb 1. Initially expected to survive, he lasted less than three months.
THE country has deployed its next generation of rat recruits to sniff out landmines as part of efforts to boost de-mining operations in a country plagued for decades by unexploded ordinance (UXO).
Scientists on both sides of the North Sea have established a genetic link between the Norsemen
Cambodia has deployed its next generation of rat recruits to sniff out landmines as part of efforts to boost de-mining operations in a country plagued for decades by unexploded ordinance (UXO).
YANGON (AFP): An international medical charity warned Wednesday (June 9) of "life-threatening" consequences for thousands of HIV and tuberculosis patients in Myanmar after it was ordered by the junta to stop work in a southern city.
CHARITY organisations running shelters for people with disabilities (OKU) are hoping that the government will be able to speed up the Covid-19 vaccination programme for those in this category.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): Laos has the second worst record of all Asean countries with regard to smoking-related deaths, even though health officials have worked to raise public awareness of the harmful effects of tobacco.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): In April, when the Covid-19 outbreaks in the United States and United Kingdom were 10 times worse than Singapore's, both places felt numbers were good enough to loosen restrictions and allow people to mingle more.
FROM DR RAIS HUSSIN and DR MARGARITA PEREDARYENKO, EMIR Research