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As surrogates boom, there are fears of Ukraine becoming an international 'online baby store'.
Both the margins and the marginalised speak in Arundhati Roy's new book.
The use of coal is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, yet many Asian countries, including Malaysia, keep building coal-fired power plants. An energy expert shares why it’s no longer necessary to depend on the polluting material.
In a country where women are largely treated as dependents of men, a ruling by Zimbabwe's Supreme Court in June that entitles married couples to an equal share of their property upon divorce was hailed as historic by women's rights advocates.
The age of a population and how obese and sickly it is have more to do with high Covid-19 death rates than ‘cultural’ differences.
Directed by Oscar winner Alex Gibney, 'Totally Under Control' aims to examine US President Donald Trump's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“If I were paid RM40,000 a night, why do I still need to work as an actress?” she says.
From an artist who uses her body as a paintbrush to one who works in miniatures, here are five Malaysian artists who are stamping their mark on Instagram.
There are hundreds of families living in state-supplied shelters in crisis-wracked Venezuela. Many lost their homes to flood damage, although six years of economic meltdown under President Nicolas Maduro has also left millions in abject poverty.
Large numbers of young Thai women, student included, are calling publicly for change. They are emboldened by widespread demonstrations to demand the departure of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and reforms to the powerful monarchy.