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Even though Covid-19 has disrupted the training routines of runners in Bekoji, Ethiopia, the athletes are not giving up.
PROF Dr Arifin Abdu (pic) has been appointed as Universiti Putra Malaysia’s (UPM) deputy vice-chancellor (student affairs and alumni) for a period of three years until Sept 30, 2023.
Indonesia last week a scene of violent protests over a new sweeping "omnibus law" to reform tax and labour. Get an insight story on the incident from The Straits Times' correspondents and reporters from Jakarta.
MANAUS, Brazil (Reuters) - Samela Sateré-Mawé, a 24-year-old biology student, has one guiding belief - if the rainforest dies so will her Amazon tribe.
JAKARTA/SINGAPORE, Oct 9 (Reuters): Environmentalists in Indonesia are calling for the reversal of a controversial law aimed at job creation because it is seen favouring business interests at the expense of the environment and labour.
The late Dr Lim Boo Liat's 'Orang Asli Animal Tales' is a beloved book that continues to inspire new readers.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia declared a state of disaster due to wildfires ravaging forested and agricultural areas in the eastern part of the country, President Jeanine Anez said on Thursday.
MORE than ever, climate change or climate war, as environmentalists would call it, is affecting the world in ways that individuals may not yet feel in our daily lives - but that does not mean it is not making its presence felt.
A FEW public parks are closed to visitors following the upward trend in the number Covid-19 cases being reported in the country.