Three Sumatran Tiger Cubs Born In Indonesia

JAKARTA, Three critically endangered Sumatran tiger cubs, have been born in the Barumun Nagari Wildlife Sanctuary, in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, the North Sumatra Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) said, yesterday. The three tiger cubs were suckling on their mother, when officials came to their enclosure, the agency’s acting head, Irzal Azhar, said. “The cubs […]

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Promoting Malaysia As A Safe Travel Destination At ASEAN Tourism Forum 2022

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia’s delegation to the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) this year comes with a mission to promote Malaysia as a safe travel destination following ASEAN’s unanimous support and commitment to revitalise tourism and to reopen its doors to international tourists. Leading the Malaysian delegation to this Southeast Asia’s largest tourism trade event is Datuk Wira […]

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Johnson’s Office Apologizes to Queen for Party on Eve of Husband’s Funeral

LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office apologized to Queen Elizabeth on Friday after it emerged that staff members partied late into the night in Downing Street on the eve of Prince Philip’s funeral, when indoor gatherings were banned. Johnson is facing the gravest crisis of his premiership after almost daily revelations of social gatherings […]

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Typhoon Survivors Keep Festival Spirit Alive In Philippines Amid Massive Damage

MANILA, “With or without food on the table, we will celebrate Christmas,” said a survivor from Typhoon Rai that battered the central and southern Philippines last week. The typhoon left a trail of destruction and killed at least 375 people with many still missing. Gloria Fulido, resident from Bohol province, that is one of the […]

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