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The kingdom says it will take "necessary measures" as it reiterates that Iran is to blame.
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After attacks against the country's oil infrastructure, the BBC's Frank Gardner surveys the damage.
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Authorities feared the family-friendly demonstration would be infiltrated by separate protesters.
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The former paratrooper marked 75 years since the Battle of Arnhem's Operation Market Garden.
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Video shows Steven Weber proposing through the window of a submerged cabin off Tanzania.
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The man, 65, is suspected of involvement in the TWA Flight 847 hijacking that left one dead.
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Swift had been due to sing at the Melbourne Cup, a move criticised by animal rights activists.
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The freeing of the Iranian sailor means Somali pirates now hold only three remaining captives.
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Rare protests have taken place in Egypt, calling for the removal of President Abdul Fattah Sisi.
18 hours ago
The second vaccine could provide a protective wall halting the spread of the virus.
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Naledi Pandor says a rise in xenophobia shows Africa needs to look at how to control migrant flows.
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Photographs of the singer wearing the gown in 2000 led to the invention of Google Image search.
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Benjamin Netanyahu's political base has fractured, leading to an uncertain future.
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Indian Prime Minister Modi will address supporters in Houston, where he will be joined by Donald Trump.
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LGBTQ South Koreans face widespread discrimination and activists say the law must change to protect them.

Features

Is tap water in Macau safe to drink?

Water samples at some 90 sampling points across the supply network are randomly selected by Macao Water and the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) lab on a daily basis.

Where does your water come from?

In end-2016, Macau’s total population was 644,900 and annual water consumption hit 86.70 million cubic meters. The number had been steadily rising. “Over the past decade, Macau’s population has increased by nearly 26 percent and water consumption has increased by 44 percent, with the [Taipa and Coloane] islands seeing the most significant growth in water consumption."

Red panda day out

Most Macau visitors know that in the heart of Coloane live two giant pandas and their offspring. But many are not aware that two red pandas have recently taken up residence alongside the bigger animals at the Seac Pai Van Park.