Narwhal tusk and fire extinguisher used to tackle London Bridge attacker https://t.co/MO83SV0m6C

Rakyat Johor diberi peluang kedua memiliki Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor bagi kedua-dua projek di Bandar Dato’ Onn & Bandar Baru Majidee dengan mendaftar semula permohonan di laman web Yayasan Sultan Ibrahim Johor (YSIJ), https://t.co/aQZB3dYCUK bermula esok – Kenyataan rasmi YSIJ

Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr Mujahid Yusof mengulas mengenai keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi #PulauPinang Khamis lalu. #sinarharian https://t.co/6qXyA2tCc6

Scientists have discovered a “monster” stellar black hole that’s so massive that, in theory, it shouldn’t exist. “LB-1 is twice as massive as what we thought possible,” the head of the team that made the discovery says. https://t.co/73agYsXH7X https://t.co/egaED151DP

Pengendali Liverpool mempunyai jalan penyelesaian apabila Fabinho dijangka perlu berehat panjang akibat kecederaan pergelangan kaki. #sinarharian https://t.co/uLpIueVT2w

Exclusive: Reuters sources say the Trump administration is holding inter-agency discussions about possible changes to two key rules that could expand U.S. authority to block even more foreign shipments to Huawei https://t.co/BBvoIdPZly https://t.co/IzSyfRG7Es

They left Vietnam carrying dreams of small fortunes and the heavy burden of family expectations. But they died in a box, and came home in coffins. Here are the stories of three of the 39 victims https://t.co/exS4VziM36 by @pearswick @TrongKhanhVu @nghaphuonggg https://t.co/7PUTo8Ycq4

WATCH: Scientists say red deer are giving birth earlier in the year in Scotland and it’s some of the first evidence they’ve ever seen that animals are evolving to cope with climate change https://t.co/h4QezAaQQL

Dana Tabung Harapan Malaysia (THM) yang mencecah RM205,491,219 sudah digunakan sepenuhnya untuk membayar hutang 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). – Menteri Kewangan, Lim Guan Eng

Japan’s first bullet train left Tokyo in 1964 running an average of 80 mph. High speed lines now run all over the world and the newest ones are pushing 370 mph. https://t.co/Qd7w4omGEW https://t.co/Sv1ZD6M6jh

Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong call for weekend rallies, as police withdraw from a university campus that had seen some of the worst clashes with security forces during nearly six months of unrest https://t.co/M4mT1a1Pc0 https://t.co/2u0G6JCbBo

Thousands of Australian students walked out of class to join rallies demanding stronger action to rein in #ClimateChange https://t.co/3ELgqP42Wq #ClimateStrike https://t.co/ZQHldQo0zi

Acclaimed American free solo climber Brad Gobright died Wednesday attempting to descend down the side of a cliff face in El Portero Chico, Mexico, a popular rock climbing destination in northern Mexico. https://t.co/sYpB5Red9A

Using robots in dangerous police situations is common these days, but one police department has been quietly testing a special robot that looks like a dog https://t.co/blNJ5S9ZqX

Waktu masuk Subuh bagi seluruh negeri Selangor mulai esok ditambah selama lapan minit daripada waktu sedia ada susulan perubahan nilai kedudukan matahari bagi kiraan waktu Subuh daripada 20 darjah di bawah ufuk kepada 18 darjah – JAIS https://t.co/Bu5DpEt4JZ

28 Nov – Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mengalu-alukan cadangan Korea Selatan untuk meningkatkan hubungan Kuala Lumpur- Seoul ke tahap perkongsian strategik. https://t.co/SKczVAF3u5 @chedetofficial #BeritaRTM #RTM #TunM #Seoul #Korea https://t.co/bmTpQ881j8

Security forces in Iraq have shot dead at least 20 protesters in a 24-hour period amid spiraling violence in the capital and the country’s south. Protesters have closed roads and a large number of police and military forces have been deployed. https://t.co/IzbjobSElr

Exclusive: Malta’s top journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was blown up by a car bomb in 2017. The murder shocked Europe and revealed the island’s violent, criminal underbelly. This is the previously untold account of the plot to kill her https://t.co/j0BwgnUO2Q by @StephenGrey https://t.co/iCWCe3xAIw

Exclusive: Amazon’s cloud computing unit has designed a second, more powerful generation of data center processor chip https://t.co/62u4a5zO1B by @StephenNellis $AMZN https://t.co/ECiKEQb1rH

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern apologized for New Zealand’s handling of a plane crash in Antarctica 40 years ago that took the lives of 257 people in the country’s worst peacetime disaster https://t.co/ed5ppCRws7 https://t.co/CrGX37qZFd

Internal DHS watchdog found that the Trump admin. anticipated it would separate 26,000 children if “zero tolerance” policy of 2018 was allowed to continue, and that the agency knew it lacked the technology to track and reunite children with parents. https://t.co/5HrVDQ3DVp

Secret Service: “The White House was locked down this morning due to a potential violation of the restricted airspace in the National Capital Region. The lockdown has been lifted at this time.”

#UPDATE The world will miss its chance to avert climate disaster without an immediate and all-but-impossible fall in fossil fuel emissions, the UN says in its annual assessment on greenhouse gases https://t.co/TWPHtYdlYG https://t.co/mQLM5df0QM

#UPDATE Hong Kong’s leader #CarrieLam has acknowledged that public dissatisfaction with her government fuelled a landslide win by pro-democracy candidates in local elections, but she offered no new concessions to resolve months of violent protests https://t.co/Yuwkf3K1Ve https://t.co/x1mrwtCP5R

The death toll from a measles epidemic in Samoa rises to 32 as infection rates continue to soar out of control in the Pacific island nation https://t.co/dV3SnTUpJP https://t.co/PTkDiBvYzd

Global coal-fired power, a key driver of climate change, is set to fall a record 3.0 percent this year, largely led by developed countries although much-criticised China and India play their part too, analysis showed https://t.co/VQXpsCceKA

Namibians will vote in a general election on Wednesday with the incumbent president facing discontent over the ailing economy despite the nation being one of the most mineral-rich in Africa https://t.co/blJlGvoqRx

Scientists have made a new discovery of more than 140 designs in Peru that were carved in the earth by an ancient people. Researchers from Yamagata University in Japan found the geoglyphs, which could be more than 2,300 years old. https://t.co/bPl54Lphta https://t.co/HlZjIDJBAJ

A city in Indonesia is giving students baby chickens to look after, in the hope that the children will spend less time on electronic devices in order to care for them. https://t.co/zzFKpLLL0P

China’s high-speed railway network will continue to top the world with an estimated length of 35,000 km by the end of this year, bringing the total length of China’s railways to 139,000 km, said China Railway. https://t.co/CA5xHpP1kH

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils his Conservative Party’s manifesto, pledging to move on from Brexit and austerity in a bid to secure a general election victory https://t.co/zJyLb4y7hN https://t.co/ayjvqFkw1B

US State Department calls on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to suspend the accounts of Iranian government leaders until Tehran re-establishes internet coverage throughout the riot-torn country https://t.co/HFoAHfTLTO https://t.co/FqRCI1LOSX

As impeachment hearings play out in Washington, high-level officials, many of them immigrants or children of immigrants, who have testified before Congress are being forced to defend their loyalty to the US https://t.co/X1ZI9Kvhba https://t.co/DAhUMoHM4G

#UPDATE Pope Francis rails against the use of nuclear weapons and the growing arms trade as he pays tribute to the “unspeakable horror” suffered by victims of the Nagasaki atomic bomb https://t.co/Br9q33PB4z https://t.co/LSkBVxiFSH

Oil from a spill that has contaminated a stretch of Brazil’s coast was detected in Rio de Janeiro state, the navy said, as President Jair Bolsonaro warned the country was preparing for the worst https://t.co/yVFTkAKisK