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WHEN it comes to higher education, Australia is one of the foremost destinations that come to mind. Its reputation for academic excellence has firmly cemented it as a place for quality education that builds a strong foundation for a successful future.
BEIJING: Nothing could stop Dr Jerome Liew from reaching out to his audience, not even Covid-19.
PATHEIN: Nearly 50 Rohingya Muslims have been detained at sea by Myanmar's navy on FRiday, local officials said on Sunday (Feb 15), the latest from the persecuted minority to be caught trying to flee camps in Bangladesh and Myanmar's restive Rakhine state.
SINGAPORE: There are now 72 cases of Covid-19 infections in Singapore, with five new cases confirmed on Saturday (Feb 15). Three of the new cases are linked to the cluster at the Grace Assembly of God church, which means two clusters are linked to places of worship, prompting churches here to step up precautionary measures.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday criticised the conduct of online supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders, saying his rival for the Democratic nomination for president has "some accountability."
KUALA LUMPUR: After a delay of close to eight years, Nur Syiffa Nasuha Mat Arif finally underwent corrective surgery thanks to donors of the Star Foundation’s Medical Fund Programme.
International Condom Day was on Feb 13, a day before Valentine’s Day. With sex being the main way of HIV transmission, it’s time we take a harder look at using condoms.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's health minister celebrated the delivery of a CT scanner at a large county hospital, telling journalists that sick patients could now be diagnosed locally.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): In a Valentine's Day note, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong thanked all doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers for looking after their patients every day, especially during the coronavirus outbreak.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders on Thursday urged an end to online "bullying or ugly personal attacks" after a powerful hospitality-industry union in Nevada accused his supporters of harassment.