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RM500 rebate for flood victims to buy electrical goods

RM50 million in flood relief from govt-linked disaster network

Families hit by floods will each be given a RM500 refund to purchase electrical merchandise under the Sustainability Achieved by means of Energy Efficiency (SAVE) program beginning Jan 7. Energy and regular assets serve Takiyuddin Hassan said this followed the declaration by Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob yesterday on the …

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Anti-coup protesters in Myanmar go on a ‘silent strike’

Anti-coup protesters in Myanmar go on a ‘silent strike’

Nonconformists in Myanmar shut organizations and remained off the roads on Friday in a “quiet strike” contrary to run by the military and its expelling of the Southeast Asian nation’s justly chosen government in a February upset. Photographs distributed by Myanmar media showed abandoned roads and markets in towns the …

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Anti-coup protesters in Myanmar go on a ‘silent strike’

Record number of journos jailed this year, says NGO

Protesters in Myanmar closed businesses and stayed off the streets on Friday in a “silent strike” against rule by the military and its ousting of the Southeast Asian country’s democratically elected government in a February coup. Photos published by Myanmar media showed deserted streets and markets in towns across the …

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Record number of journos jailed this year, says NGO

Record number of journos jailed this year, says NGO

The quantity of writers imprisoned all over the planet hit another record in 2021, the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists said yesterday, with China and Myanmar having put a fourth of the 293 kept media laborers in jail. In its yearly report, the CPJ recorded 50 writers detained in …

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US Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law

US Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law

The moderate inclining US Supreme Court declined yesterday to obstruct a Texas law that boycotts most early terminations following a month and a half, yet welcomed fetus removal suppliers to challenge the law in lower courts. Against early termination bunches invited the decision, which didn’t address the defendability of the …

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Prosecution rests case in Ghislaine Maxwell sex crimes trial

Prosecution rests case in Ghislaine Maxwell sex crimes trial

US investigators yesterday trusted the jury to decide wisely in the sex dealing preliminary of Ghislaine Maxwell, with the safeguard currently getting ready to contend the British socialite didn’t enroll and physically mishandle young ladies with the late Jeffrey Epstein. The high-profile preliminary has moved more quickly than expected, with …

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Mexico urges US migration rethink after horror crash kills 55

Mexico urges US migration rethink after horror crash kills 55

Mexico today encouraged Washington to reexamine its movement strategy after a ghastliness street mishap killed 55 undocumented travelers in a truck on a significant travel course to the US. Bodies hung in white sheets lined the side of the road close to Tuxtla Gutierrez in the southern Mexican territory of …

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Covid hallmarks return a year after first US jabs

Covid hallmarks return a year after first US jabs

Almost a year after Covid-19 immunizations were first managed in the US, the nation is getting back to a significant number of the trademarks that characterized before pandemic life: veil commands, mass inoculation destinations, swarmed medical clinics and a rising loss of life. In the midst of trust that humankind …

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UK vows west will counter ‘aggressors’ at G7 meet

UK vows west will counter ‘aggressors’ at G7 meet

UK unfamiliar secretary Liz Truss today pledged the west and its partners will “stand firm against aggressors who try to sabotage freedom” as she has a G7 pastoral highest point. The two-day gathering in Liverpool, northwest England, of unfamiliar and advancement clergymen from the gathering of affluent nations – the …

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