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Elizabeth Kolbert’s new book lays out the grim fact that we’re now living in the era of Earth’s sixth great mass extinction – and that, whether we realise it or not, we are the culprits.
The immense contributions of Datuk Jaffar Indot may not be known to many, for he was a quiet hero who walked with utmost humility, touching countless lives along the way.
Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto has a weird request for his new project, Scratching The Surface.
Longer droughts, flashier floods, muddier landslides and tornadoes! We take a look at some of the year’s weather extremes from around Malaysia.
Singer wowed fans in Malaysia with 30 songs in Mandarin, Cantonese and English during her X.X.X. Live World Tour.
After three attempts, an expedition team has finally discovered a plane that crashed in a remote part of the Andes in 1961 – along with the remains of its passengers.
If you have to leave your dog alone at home all day while you work, consider getting a companion dog for your companion, suggests the Dog Talk columnist.
Orphanages funded by well-meaning foreign donors can exploit children who should be reunited with their own families, or placed with new ones.
A Nepalese engineer returns home to figure out why the recent Nepal earthquake destroyed the country so extensively.