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COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh/YANGON (Reuters) - Rohingya Muslims celebrated a decision by the International Court of Justice to order Myanmar to protect them, hovering over mobile phones in refugee camps to watch the first legal victory since a military-led crackdown drove them from their homes.
Londoners will be able to see how dirty the British capital’s air is through a public art installation launched recently, as pressure mounts to tackle the hidden killer.
PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Saturday offered a major concession to unions contesting his government's overhaul of the pension system, in a move aimed at ending strikes which are now in their fifth week.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The child safety seat campaign will be intensified as part of an integrated road safety operation to be held in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations.
BEIJING: Local governments will be guided to revise rules to allow foreign-invested banks to underwrite bonds issued by them as part of the country's financial market opening-up, the Ministry of Finance said.
BEIJING, China Daily, Jan 8 -- Local governments will be guided to revise rules to allow foreign-invested banks to underwrite bonds issued by them as part of the country's financial market opening-up, the Ministry of Finance said.
LONDON (Reuters) - English soccer fans are used to seeing heroes emerge in the historic FA Cup, but may not often witness the sport cross over with the world of Superman and Batman as it did on Sunday in Tottenham Hotspur's third-round clash with Middlesbrough.
IT’S a record for a Malaysian educationist, probably even the world, to single-handedly set up seven universities in Africa – and Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing has done just that.