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Anne Heche ‘not expected to survive’ following fiery crash, rep says
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Anne Heche ‘not expected to survive’ following fiery crash, rep says

55% Center coverage: 204 sources
Anne Heche suffered a severe brain injury from a car crash on Aug. 6. She remains in a coma, in critical condition, and is not expected to survive. Anne Heche's family and friends are making the difficult decision to take her off life support after she was pronounced brain dead. A rep for the actor thanked everyone for their kind wishes and prayers for Anne's recovery and thank the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses.See the Story
Shanghai to reopen all schools Sept. 1 with daily COVID testing
Business · Shanghai

Shanghai to reopen all schools Sept. 1 with daily COVID testing

50% Left coverage: 18 sources
Shanghai will reopen all schools on Sept. 1 after months of COVID-19 closures. City will require all teachers and students to take nucleic acid tests for the coronavirus every day before leaving campus. China vows to stick to its dynamic zero policy which requires all positive cases and their close contacts to undergo quarantine.See the Story
Malaysia ex-PM Najib begins final bid to set aside 1MDB conviction
Business · Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia ex-PM Najib begins final bid to set aside 1MDB conviction

58% Center coverage: 12 sources
Malaysia's top court today began hearing a final appeal by former Prime Minister Najib Razak against his conviction in a corruption case. The former leader was sentenced to 12 years in prison and fined $50 million after being found guilty on charges including criminal breach of trust, abuse of power, and money laundering. The charges related to Najib's illegal receipt of 42 million ringgit ($9.4 million) from SRC International, a former unit of the fund.See the Story

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