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Milan clubs meet officials over San Siro demolishment plans

An in-depth study is expected on San Siro stadium demolition.

Enforcement officers start demolition of Klang’s Berkeley Corner

260 personnel move in with excavators at site of popular Indian restaurant but no untoward incidents were reported.

Israel demolishes Palestinian homes near West Bank barrier

The demolition is the latest round of protracted wrangling over the future of Jerusalem and sites sacred to Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

Syed Saddiq meets cricket body over Kinrara Oval closure

The Malaysians Cricket Association says the minister did not make any promise as he needed time to understand the issue.

‘Great Wall of China’: We need it to protect assets, says...

The Kuantan factory hopes the wall is not demolished because it is important in launching its 24-hour operations every day.

Albanian actors protest as parliament backs National Theatre demolition

The National Theatre has been described as a health and safety hazard.

Israeli court suspends razing of Bedouin village in West Bank, lawyer...

The Supreme Court's injunction gave the government until July 11 to respond to the villagers in Khan al-Ahmar’s contention that they had been unfairly denied building permits.

EU slams Israeli decision to demolish West Bank Bedouin village

The Israeli government intends to demolish Khan al-Ahmar.

Israel demolishes home of Palestinian accused of killing settler

Ahmed Qunba's home in Jenin was demolished for his involvement in the killing of Raziel Shevah in January.

Plan to demolish Sydney Olympic stadium delayed after backlash

The initial decision to demolish the ANZ Stadium drew major criticism and inspired an online petition calling for New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s state government to scrap the project.

Germans outraged as historic church makes way for coal min

The demolition of the 19th-century church has drawn attention to the nation's mining of brown coal as calls grow to reduce greenhouse emissions.

No decision to demolish Velodrome Rakyat, says national cycling federation

Malaysian National Cycling Federation vice-president Amarjit Singh, in denying a news report that the International Cycling Union (UCI) had ordered the recently repaired velodrome to be demolished, says no decision has been made on its status.

9 held at protest against demolition of illegal houses

The residents and activists from a political party are being probed for obstructing public servants from discharging their duties.

97-year-old house a symbol of racial unity

Family hopes to have the house recognised as a heritage building instead of the authorities demolishing it.

Drama as backhoes clear Customs quarters in Penang

Seventy-year-old Customs quarters being cleared for a PR1MA project in Gelugor sees man arrested for repeatedly trying to stop the demolition.

Gerakan raises stink over toilet demolition

Penang Gerakan links demolition of a toilet at airport cafe to criticisms against chief minister by the owner.

Taoist group fights against temple demolition

Citing freedom of religion, the residents want the developer to relocate or build a new temple for the Chinese community.

Court temporarily suspends demolition of Ampang Park centre

The 39 strata owners are seeking suspension pending their appeal against the High Court’s decision that rejected an application challenging the acquisition of land for the Ampang Park MRT Station.

Two notices issued to demolish houses, says S’gor Exco man

Exco V Ganabatirau says only four of the 30 house owners in Kampung Seri Aman had refused to accept the houses, land and RM5,000 compensation offered by the developer.

Group led by MIC swarms Selangor Exco building

They were protesting against the eviction of villagers from 30 homes in Kampung Seri Aman, Ijok, which they had been occupying for 50 years.

Penang Gerakan wants state govt to restore Runnymede

It wants the state government to take the responsibility of restoring the building as it carried significant historical value as a home for the founder of Singapore, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles.

Runnymede buildings demolished using permits approved 17 years ago

Buildings were not covered under Unesco World Heritage Site listing, stresses Penang govt.