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Last orders as Tokyo's Tsukiji market relocates

For decades, Tokyo's Tsukiji market has been the beating heart of a world-class culinary capital, supplying Michelin-starred chefs and drawing tourists who queue for hours to glimpse pre-dawn tuna auctions.


6 rescue divers drown in bid to save boy

Six rescue divers drowned in a freak accident while searching for a boy who had gone missing in a pool at an abandoned tin mine.


Rosmah pleads not guilty to 17 money laundering charges

The court allows Rosmah bail of RM2 million with two sureties on all 17 charges.


Neither rich nor crazy: film noir sheds light on Singapore's migrant laborers

A world away from the opulence showcased in hit rom-com "Crazy Rich Asians", a critically acclaimed film noir is shedding light on a less well-known side of Singapore -- the precarious existence of its migrant workers.


MACC confirms Rosmah's arrest

Rosmah was arrested at the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya at 3.30 pm. today.


Thai bay made famous in 'The Beach' shut indefinitely

The glittering Thai bay immortalised in the movie "The Beach" will be closed indefinitely to allow it to recover from the impact of hordes of tourists, an official said Wednesday, as a temporary ban on visitors expired.


Time running out for survivors as Indonesia toll nears 1,400

The death toll in Indonesia's twin quake-tsunami disaster rose to nearly 1,400 Wednesday, with time running out to rescue survivors and the UN warning of "vast" unmet needs.


Aung San Suu Kyi first person stripped of honorary Canadian citizenship

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi became the first person to be stripped of honorary Canadian citizenship on Tuesday over her refusal to call out atrocities by her nation's military against the Rohingya Muslim minority.


Half of women at risk of dementia, Parkinson's, stroke: study

Nearly half of women and one in three men are at risk of developing stroke or degenerative neurological diseases such as dementia and Parkinson's during their lifetime, according to a study.


Indonesia clamps down on looting as quake-tsunami toll tops 1,200

More than 1,200 people are now known to have died in the quake-tsunami that smashed into Sulawesi, Indonesia said Tuesday, as police pledged to clamp down on looting by survivors taking advantage of the chaos.


 

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