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SINGAPORE: Temasek Holdings Pte denied speculation that Chief Executive Officer Ho Ching makes S$100mil (US$70mil) a year. "This claim is false,” the Singapore state investor said in a rare statement addressing the pay of the top executive, who’s also Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s wife.
HONG KONG: Foreign governments on Sunday (April 19) criticised the arrest of 15 Hong Kong democracy activists in a police sweep on charges of organising and participating in anti-government protests last year.
(Reuters) - Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and Beyonce kicked off a global special of music, comedy and personal stories in what Gaga called a "love letter" to frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Little knowledge is dangerous, and the way the west wields it makes it damning for the rest of the world.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): It seems almost impossible for Malaysian musicians to make a name for themselves in the Hollywood entertainment industry as the United States is flooded with talent. One man from Kuala Lumpur, however, has done exactly that.
HONG KONG/SYDNEY: Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd will lay off 286 cabin crew based in the United States and furlough 201 pilots based in Australia and Britain, it said on Saturday as the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has virtually halted global travel.
HONG KONG: Reported cases of the coronavirus have crossed 2.23 million globally and 151,657 people have died, according to a Reuters tally as of 0200 GMT on Saturday (April 18). Here are quick facts on the current battles the world is facing against the Covid-19.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong police arrested at least 14 opposition activists including well-known formaer lawmakers on Saturday(April 18) for allegedly holding unlawful protests last year, the South China Morning Post reported.
GEORGE TOWN: Four police reports have been lodged against a Facebook user over a post said to have defamed Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
BEIJING/HONG KONG/PARIS/TOKYO: Nearly six out of every 10 people around the world are currently forced or urged to stay at home to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus), according to an AFP count on Saturday morning (April 18).