ASIA TODAY More than 35,000 displaced in Malaysia by floods

Other news of the day: Erdogan’s opponent for the presidential elections in Turkey will be announced on March 6. Asia will have the largest increase in obese people by 2035. New US sanctions on Russian and Chinese entities. Modi triumphs in the elections in three border states. American report: 60-70 thousand Russians have died in Ukraine.


More than 35,000 Malaysians have been forced to leave their homes due to the floods caused by the torrential rains of recent days. There are three confirmed deaths so far. The most affected state is Johor, in the south of the country.


The electoral alliance formed by six opposition parties will announce on March 6 the sole candidate to challenge Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the presidential elections. Despite the effects of the recent earthquake, which left more than 45,000 victims in the country, the government confirmed that the vote will take place on May 14.


By 2035 half of the world’s population will be classified as “obese” or “overweight”. Along with Africa, low- and middle-income countries in Asia will see the largest increase in cases, according to the World Organization Against Obesity.


Washington added 37 names to its trade blacklist. The sanctions affect entities that support the Russian and Chinese military and contribute to human rights violations in China (and also in Myanmar).


Narendra Modi’s BJP won the elections in Nagaland, Tripura and Meghalaya, three border states in the eastern part of the country. Apart from Tripura, in the other two cases the prime minister’s Hindu nationalist party will rule in coalition with regional forces.


According to estimates by the Washington-based CSIS, the Russians have suffered more casualties in the Ukraine than in any war since 1945. Between 60,000 and 70,000 soldiers were killed and an estimated minimum of 200,000 to 250,000 dead and seriously wounded, at a rate of almost 6,000 victims per month.


Hundreds of thousands of working animals died from Džut, animal famine, due to icing on pastures. Some breeds are on the brink of exhaustion and others are in dire straits. The most affected specimens are the young and weak, which cannot reach the grass due to the crust of snow and ice.

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