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Aleppo's scattered business owners have yet to return home

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - In the old khan, a stone courtyard off Aleppo's medieval souk, most of the 41 cloth shops are deserted. Many of the owners moved elsewhere or went abroad to escape fighting in the historic Syrian city, a major economic centre before the war.

Trump, Macron honour D-Day veterans who fought through "fires of hell"

COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - France will never forget the sacrifice of the Allied troops who liberated it from Nazi Germany, President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday, the 75th anniversary of the D-Day operation that helped bring World War Two to an end.

Crusading a nutritious lifestyle

AS A trained biochemist, Clarissa Chong knows better than anyone else that commercial instant noodles were loaded with nasty additives. And she was faced with her greatest nightmare when her eldest daughter came home from kindergarten one day asking for instant noodles.

Festive merriment like no other

Christmas brings families together from near and afar, and the best way to bond is at the dining table. To make this possible, restaurants in the city have curated menus comprising traditional must-haves as well as contemporary dishes to leave diners’ with lasting memories.

Quality homes with affordable pricing in JB

JOHOR BARU: Developer Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) has officially launched its latest project at Meridin East township, the Hazel, with a total gross development value (GDV) of RM5bil.

Bank builds home for silk weavers in Laos

SOUNDS of suppressed laughter are audible in a small farm called Mulberries in Xiangkhoung, Laos, where a group of women huddle over a boiling cauldron of natural dye.

Myanmar hills embrace silkworms over poppies

TANGYAN, Myanmar (Reuters) - Zhou Xing Ci’s family have farmed poppies for as long as anyone remembers, scraping the flowers' sticky brown sap to produce opium.

MCA Youth presents 40 saplings to students from two Rasah schools under programme

FIFTY students from two schools in Seremban have an added “incentive” to attend school as they have been tasked with caring for fruit trees.

Fashion firms dither over instant shopping on the catwalk

Fashion labels may be falling over themselves to court young, smartphone-wielding shoppers, but there's one millennial-inspired trend that is only catching on slowly: catwalk shows where clothes are available to buy instantly rather than months later.

CSR scheme expanded to Laos

PETALING JAYA: Underprivileged women in Laos received a helping hand to empower themselves through the traditional art of textile weaving, thanks to Maybank Foundation.