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Health at work in IR4.0

A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Chairman, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

Abe apologises amid scandal

TOKYO: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his ratings in a slump amid a suspected cronyism scandal and cover-up, apologised again for causing anxiety and loss of confidence in his government.

In Israeli court, a woman confronts Palestinian who stabbed her

LOD, Israel (Reuters) - An Israeli woman faced off in court on Sunday with a Palestinian who had confessed to stabbing her, in a case that suggested the swirl of political and personal motives that can drive such attacks.

US religious freedom body urges Saudi to prioritise textbook reform

DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has made little progress in removing textbook content that promotes violence and hatred towards religious minorities and others, a U.S. government watchdog said, encouraging Riyadh to take the issue more seriously.

Keep shouting, don't become anesthetized, pope tells young people

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis, starting Holy Week services leading to Easter, urged young people on Sunday to keep shouting and not allow the older generations to silence their voices or anesthetize their idealism.

Japan's Abe apologises amid cronyism scandal, vows to revise constitution

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, his ratings in a slump amid a suspected cronyism scandal and cover-up, apologised again on Sunday for causing anxiety and loss of confidence in his government.

Roberto Carlos, meet Roberto Carlos

PETALING JAYA: The meeting only lasted 10 minutes, but Roberto Carlos now has a memory that will last him a lifetime.

‘My parents left me at a Chinese orphanage because I had spinal trouble. Now I want to track them down’

After a tough start in life, a Chinese preschool teacher working in the US is ready to return to her roots

'Vote them out!' - Thousands register to vote at U.S. gun-control marches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Voter registration activists fanned out among young Americans who marched for tighter gun laws on Saturday, signing up thousands of first-time voters who vowed to eject lawmakers who oppose gun controls.

Flash floods hit Sebauh district in northern Sarawak

MIRI: An unexpected heavy downpour caused flash floods to hit the Sebauh district in northern Sarawak on Sunday morning.