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NOKDO, South Korea (Reuters) - At 10 years old, Lyoo Chan-hee wishes he wasn't one of the last three schoolkids left playing on the beaches of Nokdo island.
Andrix Serrano studies alone inside a Manila slum shack he shares with his street-sweeper grandmother. Like many in his fourth-grade class, he has no internet for his online lessons.
Andrix Serrano studies alone inside a Manila slum shack he shares with his street-sweeper grandmother. Like many in his fourth-grade class, he has no internet for his shuttered school's online lessons.
THE pandemic has left us a terrible mess to clear up. What policies will get us out of the huge debt that we have incurred to pay for the health, wealth and job crises?
PARIS (Reuters) - Australia's former finance minister Mathias Cormann on Friday announced he won the race to lead the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), disappointing climate activists who said he has blocked efforts to reduce emissions.
Investors go for another round of confusing stock play
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose on Wednesday on an upbeat forecast for global economic recovery and as U.S. gasoline inventories plummeted, but prices were limited due to a surge in crude oil inventories in the aftermath of last month's Texas winter storm.
SEOUL: South Korea’s food prices increased at the fourth-highest rate among members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in January, largely due to a supply shortage brought on by bird flu, according to data and market experts.
AS the Higher Education Minister, my frequent engagements with youngsters have made me realise that the worldview of many Malaysians with regards to gender stereotypes have changed over the years.