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FROM SYUKRI MOHAMAD AROP Kuala Lumpur
TOKYO: When women’s weightlifting was introduced as an olympic sport in 2000, Papua New Guinea’s then 16-year-old Loa Dika Toua became the first-ever female Olympian lifter. Yesterday in Tokyo, the now 37-year-old athlete did it for the fifth time.
TOKYO (Reuters) -When women's weightlifting was introduced as an Olympic sport in 2000, Papua New Guinea's then 16-year-old Loa Dika Toua became the first-ever female Olympian lifter. On Saturday in Tokyo, the now 37-year-old athlete did it for the fifth time.
PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister has promised that the career progression of contract medical, dental and pharmaceutical officers in the civil service will not be hindered in any way.
Hospitals in Indonesia’s easternmost region of Papua are nearing full capacity amid a surge in Covid-19 cases, with health officials bracing for the full impact of the virulent Delta variant on one of the country’s least-developed areas.
KOTA KINABALU: The construction of the teaching hospital - Hospital Universiti Malaysia Sabah (HUMS) - which is currently at 30% done, is set to be fully completed by the end of next year.
OWING to the drastic shift in our daily lives, Malaysians have become more conscious than ever of issues affecting our health, but it is necessary to know that many dangerous infectious diseases can be prevented through vaccination2 - beyond the novel coronavirus.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -Crowds clashed with police and ransacked or set ablaze shopping malls in cities across South Africa on Tuesday, with dozens of people reported killed, as grievances unleashed by the jailing of ex-president Jacob Zuma boiled over into the worst violence in years.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (July 11)
PETALING JAYA: The Covid-19 death toll continued to rise with 91 fatalities recorded in the last span of 24 hours.