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Japan preschools using tablets to prep tots for digital age

It’s drawing time at this suburban nursery school in Japan, but instead of crayons, tiny fingers are tapping on colours on iPad screens and taking selfies. Digital schooling has arrived in this nation long known for its zealous commitment to “three R’s” education.

Pope says Church 'spared no effort' to fight abuse recently

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (Reuters) - Pope Francis, facing clergy sex abuse scandals in several countries, said on Tuesday that the Roman Catholic Church has "spared no effort" to tackle the problem in recent years.

Former French PM Valls to run for Barcelona mayor

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Former French prime minister Manuel Valls said on Tuesday he would run for mayor of Barcelona, the first time a high-profile European politician has entered a major election in another country and a risky political bid for him.

Indian national queued for three days to renew visa

PETALING JAYA: An Indian national says he had a gruelling three days at the Immigration Department’s office in Shah Alam just to get a queue number.

Packed: A long queue at the Immigration Department’s Shah Alam office.

Man gives 67% of his liver to ex-teacher

PETALING JAYA: Medical graduate Jerome Chin, who donated part of his liver to his former primary school teacher, jokingly reveals that he once hated her.

Apt pupil: Chin speaking to a reporter about his former teacher. The donor believes he was ‘the right person at the right place at the right time’.
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IRC warns of mental health crisis on Lesbos as Greece moves asylum seekers

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece moved another 400 people from its biggest migrant camp on Tuesday as the International Rescue Committee (IRC) charity warned of a mental health emergency there with 30 percent of people having attempted suicide.

Portraits of a dynasty - North Korea's ever-present Kims

PYONGYANG (Reuters) - One of the first things any traveller to North Korea notices is a huge portrait of Kim Il Sung, pictured in front of an aeroplane and workers alongside the road as you drive out of Pyongyang International Airport. It's an image that soon becomes very familiar.

Teen rescued after drifting 1,900km at sea over 49 days on floating kelong

Jakarta: Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, had one of the loneliest jobs in the world: He was a lamp keeper for a floating fish trap, 125km out at sea, with weekly brief human contact and a walkie-talkie.

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Three 'Geng Pie' members arrested over series of house break-ins in Kota Kinabalu

KOTA KINABALU: Three drugs addicts and former convicts have been arrested over a series of house break-ins and thefts around the city.

Australia coach Cheika mum on playmaking options for Boks clash

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika may be set to end the Kurtley Beale flyhalf experiment and restore Bernard Foley to the number 10 shirt for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with rejuvenated South Africa.

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