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While digitilisation provides some respite for Malaysia's coronavirus-battered handicraft sector, it takes love and awareness from the public to sustain our local craft makers.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Latin America's female scientists and researchers are packing a big punch despite a hard-to-break glass ceiling for top roles in academia and business, reflecting how women are on the march in a region often seen as a bastion of macho male culture.
BANGKOK (AFP): Beaten, kicked in the groin and threatened with sexual violence -- a young Myanmar teenager detained by the junta's security forces has described the treatment suffered by some women and girls behind bars.
KABUL (Reuters) -An announcement by the Taliban that they would cease fire for three days for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr has been met by many Afghans with little but despair, just days after a bombing that killed at least 80 people, most of them schoolgirls.
TARFAYA, Morocco (Reuters) - In a small fishing town in Morocco's south, wedged between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sahara, a group of idealistic young surfers are teaching local children to brave the crashing waves.
UNITED NATIONS (China Daily/ANN):- The United Nations has lifted the world economic growth forecast as a result of robust rebounds in China and the United States, but warned of fragilities in other economies due to Covid-19.
Home cook Idah Ayu Natalia Ibrahim makes traditional Johor kuih like lopes pulut, kole kacang and bludall every Hari Raya with her family.
She’s been threatened with expulsion, gaslighted and shut out by her schoolmates and teachers but teenager Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam is determined to do what’s needed to #makeschoolasaferplace.