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LA PAZ (Reuters) - Lucrecia Huayhua has survived domestic violence for most of her life. Now, with other indigenous Aymara women in Bolivia's highlands, she is taking things into her own hands with taekwondo classes to learn self-defense.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's Pedro Castillo has come a long way to be on the cusp of winning the Andean nation's presidential election.
The anxiety puts them in 'survival' mode.
For Taylor’s lecturers, soft skills are crucial to effective student learning.
Tennis, like all sports and most of life, is about the game inside the head. Osaka reminded us that this needs tending to.
SHAH ALAM (Bernama): To counter misinformation from anti-vaxxers, we need to mobilise influential people as well as social media influencers to promote vaccination, say psychologists.
SHAH ALAM: To counter misinformation from anti-vaxxers, influential people as well as social media influencers need to be mobilised to promote vaccination, suggest psychologists.
PETALING JAYA: Two Malaysian scholars in the United Kingdom believe their lives will soon have some semblance of normalcy now that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19.
KUALA LUMPUR: Frequent news of deaths in police custody jeopardises the image of the police, says Selangor Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF).