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TIMIKA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Rallies erupted in more towns in Indonesia's Papua on Wednesday, with protesters setting fire to a market and throwing stones at buildings following a spate of demonstrations in the easternmost area over perceived discrimination.
DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh has ordered the shutdown of high-speed mobile internet services ahead of this weekend's national election, the Daily Star reported on Friday citing an email sent to mobile operators by the telecom authority.
PETALING JAYA: The telcos may have announced lower prices and faster Internet speeds, but many existing fixed broadband users are complaining that they have yet to enjoy these benefits.
SINGAPORE: Even as American regulators decided last week to repeal rules that ensure Internet service providers (ISPs) do not create “fast and slow lanes” for online traffic, Singapore’s take on the issue shares some similarities with that of the United States.
SEOUL: Known for its ultra-competitive, pressure-cooker society, South Korea has one of the world’s highest suicide rates. And this week the even higher stresses in the country’s lucrative showbiz industry took their toll on a K-pop superstar.
KOTA KINABALU: Rural entrepreneurs in Sabah and Sarawak stand to gain from the RM1bil allocation announced in Budget 2018 to improve the communication and broadband infrastructure in east Malaysia.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - No sooner had the 11-storey apartment building in Phnom Penh's affluent Tuol Kouk district been finished than dozens of young Chinese men and women moved in loaded with desks and laptops, said neighbours.
RAWANG: The Government wants to hear public feedback on matters the government should place importance on as it moves towards achieving the 2050 National Transformation (TN50) initiative, said MCA Youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon.
KASHGAR/HOTAN, China (Reuters) - Three times a day, alarms ring out through the streets of China's ancient Silk Road city of Kashgar, and shopkeepers rush out of their stores swinging government-issued wooden clubs.