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World

For one Zika patient, lingering symptoms and few answers

SAN JUAN (Reuters) - It began with what felt like a punch in the throat.

World

Occupation: Migrant. One African's 12-year quest for Europe

AGADEZ, Niger (Reuters) - On Mayango Jallah’s second attempt to reach Europe, he recalls, the dinghy he was in came within sight of southern Spain.

TECH

Don’t junk that old PC!

Give it to these folks and they’ll fix it and pass it on to the underprivileged.

TECH

What would you do with your old phone?

Is it sitting in a landfill leaking heavy metals that will poison future generations? Why don’t Malaysians want to do the right thing with electronic waste?

TECH

Giving self-driving cars personality

Sure, the Google self-driving cars cruising around Mountain View, California and the Uber fleet expected to roll out any day now in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania are expected to stop at red lights, avoid pedestrians and obey speed ­limits.

Community

Android cheerleaders from Japan dance their way into Tech Dome visitors’ hearts

BALANCING and spinning around on balls, the 10-member android troupe of performers with colour-changing pom-poms melted the hearts of many visitors to the Tech Dome Penang at Komtar, Penang.

Nation

KB school bags Game4Life award

KOTA BARU: SMK Datuk Ahmad Maher clinched the top spot for the Outstanding Awards in the Game4Life contest organised by the Star Media Group’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE).

Community

RM3.8mil for Malacca schools to feed poor pupils

MALACCA: Malacca schools have been allocated RM3.8mil to feed poor pupils under the Additional Food Programme (RMT).

Business

Bayer closer to acquiring Monsanto

LONDON: Negotiations between Bayer AG and Monsanto Co are entering the final stretch as both sides move closer to an agreement to create the world’s biggest maker of seeds and pesticides, according to people familiar with the matter.

Columns

A case for entrepreneurship

Many parents still want their children to pursue the traditional career path — that is, a good degree, followed by a good-paying job. But if you think entrepreneurship is for you, start your business now even as you pursue your studies. Apologise when you’re a success.