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(Reuters) - Quotes from people in Hong Kong's central and financial districts and East Kowloon on Wednesday after days of protests and violence that have caused widespread disruption in many parts of the territory.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) is urging the government to increase the number of permanent posts for doctors and to treat contract doctors the same way as it treats permanent doctors by giving them similar pay.
Walt Disney Co’s much-anticipated debut of its new streaming video service was marred by technical glitches and crashes for some users, though it still stirred excitement online.
Google’s top health and cloud executives said the company isn’t misusing health data from one of the biggest US healthcare providers, pushing back against news reports that have triggered criticism from politicians of the search giant.
Call it a first world problem, but we ain't got no time to wait for a website to load like we're still in 2009.
MELAKA: A new twist to the phone scam has emerged in Melaka, and a former top Melaka state official is one of the people who have fallen victim.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong anti-government protesters paralysed parts of the Asian financial hub for a third day on Wednesday, with some transport links, schools and many businesses closing as police warned of a rise in violence to a deadly level.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Patrick Reed's fiery, competitive spirit has ruffled feathers in the past but the golfer nicknamed 'Captain America' says he has no plans to dial down the intensity when he tees off for the United States at next month's Presidents Cup.
A new study by researchers at Imperial College London shows that virtual reality (VR) has the potential to relieve a person's sensitivity to pain.
Tiny Singapore had embraced electric scooters in a big way, but deaths and fires linked to the two-wheelers have prompted authorities to introduce tough rules that could put a brake on their runaway success.