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Plastic microparticles threaten unique Galapagos fauna

Armed only with gloves and large sacks, park rangers and volunteers are battling the scourge of plastic waste blighting the idyllic Galapagos Islands and their unique creatures.


ToniBler and Klinton: Gratitude for West lives on in Kosovar names

Streets lined with US flags, murals thanking NATO, and boys named ToniBler and Klinton: Kosovars have no shortage of ways to thank Western powers for intervening 20 years ago to end the war with Serbia.


Canned air and water-spraying drones: Smog remedies

As millions of people in Asia choke under polluted skies, authorities have turned to water-dispersing drones and outdoor air purifiers to improve air quality, while companies have tried to cash in by selling everything from canned air to lung-purifying teas.


RON97 up 7 sen

The price of RON97 will be increased by 7 sen while RON95 and diesel remain unchanged.


Feb CPI down 0.4%

he Statistics Department said Malaysia's Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell 0.4% in February 2019 from a year ago, with significant decline in transport index.


'Made by war criminals': plan for Japanese labels in S. Korea

South Korea's foreign minister has intervened over a provincial proposal to apply stickers to some Japanese-made items in schools as "made by a Japanese firm responsible for war crimes".


China chemical plant blast toll jumps to 47

The death toll from a huge explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China surged to 47 on Friday, making it one of the country's worst industrial accidents in recent years.


Six dead as car hits crowd in China

A car rammed into a crowd in central China Friday, killing six people and injuring seven others, and the driver was fatally shot by police, state broadcaster CCTV reported.


Italy driver hijacks, torches school bus carrying dozens of children

Italian police on Wednesday rescued 51 children taken hostage by their school bus driver, who doused the vehicle in petrol and set it alight apparently in protest at migrant deaths in the Mediterranean.


Eight injured in Myanmar temple town violence

Fighting between Myanmar's military and ethnic Rakhine rebels in Mrauk U, the ancient capital of the Rakhine kingdom, has left at least eight locals injured, scaring tourists and sparking fears that the historical monuments are under threat.


 

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