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IPOH: A few conditions have to be fulfilled before Pulau Pangkor is opened to visitors under a travel bubble, says Perak Tourism Committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohammad Radzi.
KOTA KINABALU: Electricity for areas affected by floods and landslides in Penampang are expected to have their power supply fully restored in phases starting Wednesday (Sept 22).
Pan Borneo highway project, indiscriminate dumping among factors for flash floods in Sabah, says Bung
KOTA KINABALU: The ongoing construction of the Pan Borneo Highway and lack of awareness among locals on trash dumping has contributed to the worsening flash floods in many parts of Sabah, says Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin.
GEORGE TOWN: More than 10 students aged 16 and 17 who showed up at the Setia SPICE Convention Centre vaccination centre (PPV) without a MySejahtera appointment were not allowed to get the jab.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Afghan rapper and activist, Sonita Alizadeh, fled her homeland with her family when it was last ruled by the Taliban more than two decades ago - when women could not work, had to cover their faces and girls were banned from school.
CIUDAD ACUNA, Mexico (Reuters) - Betania Dominique and Ener Montimar left Haiti nearly a year ago for a better life, a journey that eventually led them to a camp next to the Rio Grande river in Texas to await U.S. immigration processing.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau failed in his bid to win a Liberal majority government after a low-energy campaign in the middle of the pandemic, and party insiders see an increasing chance he will step down before the next vote.
MALAYSIA will support peace efforts in Afghanistan but has yet to recognise the interim Taliban government, says Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah.
KOTA KINABALU: Much needed aid from ordinary Malaysians continue to pour in for victims of floods and landslides around Penampang District, particularly the worst-hit Sugud area.
(Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday he would work with Congress to double funds by 2024 to $11.4 billion per year to help developing nations deal with climate change.