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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc moved its China Internet search service offshore to Hong Kong on Monday, in a bid to provide uncensored search results while still maintaining some business operations in the country.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said visitors to its China search engine Google.cn are being redirected to the Hong Kong-based google.com.hk, following unsuccessful talks with the Chinese government about operating an uncensored search engine in the country.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Now that the great U.S. healthcare debate is finished, it's starting all over again.
THE Malayan tiger is on the brink of extinction, with no more than 500 left in the wild today, due to deforestation and hunting. To highlight the plight of the majestic cat, environment consultant Dr G. Balamurugan is organising the Tiger Blogfest 2010.
LONDON (Reuters Life!) - Attaching shutters to windows or embedding steel bars in new structures are some of the simple measure that should be employed to stop buildings from killing occupants in natural disasters, experts say.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Catholic Church is being unfairly singled out for criticism of sexual abuse of children by priests and will not tolerate campaigns to discredit it, the powerful head of Italy's bishops said on Monday.
Following the successful re-launch of the English language Manchester City Football Club website last year, Arabic speaking City fans can now log onto the website for real-time Club news, analysis and featured exclusively in Arabic language, Emirates news agency (WAM) reported.
HIS wealth is deemed as a 'sin' when his fellow Penans are allegedly poor to the point of starvation and he has been labelled as indifferent to his people's plight despite his position as their community chief.
CHILDREN'S lit is beginning to get the attention it deserves in this part of the world. Last year, a children's literature module was introduced as part of Universiti Malaya's English literature course.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict apologised on Saturday to victims of child sex abuse by clergy in Ireland and ordered an official inquiry there to try to stem a scandal gripping the Catholic Church which has swept across Europe.