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KUALA LUMPUR: Having just returned from an unexpected three-month stay in Singapore when Malaysia closed its borders, Indonesia’s billionaire ambassador Rusdi Kirana is taking off for good.
LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) is back in the spotlight over its performance in the global fight against the new coronavirus after U.S. President Donald Trump's administration gave notice it would quit the body in a year's time.
The crisis election comes at a time of anxiety, and pain, felt by voters, which could cause swings, writes Zakir Hussain.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China plans to support international cooperation research projects on drugs, vaccines, test kits, and traditional Chinese medicine to fight Covid-19.
TikTok’s launch on July 8 of a new platform to court small business advertisers is fraught with challenges, especially after the Trump administration’s threat this week to impose a ban on China-based social media apps.
IT is common for children to exclaim, “One day, I am going to be a doctor.” Doctors have always been familiar characters in each person’s life – at one point or another, everyone would have had to visit a physician.
We may blame or credit our genes for our traits, but gene expression is critically influenced by certain environmental factors.
AMONG a record eleven parties set to contest the election tomorrow, there has been virtual silence on one of the conservative city-state’s most controversial issues, gay rights.Advocacy groups have stepped up awareness campaigns with scorecards for politicians and online rallies in recent weeks over what they see as everyday discrimination that stems from a rarely-used, colonial-era law banning sex between men.