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DUBAI/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Beirut's blast destroyed Lebanon's only large grain silo, with plans for another in the country's second biggest port Tripoli shelved years ago due to a lack of funding, the U.N.'s FAO, Tripoli port director and a regional grain expert told Reuters.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday promised aid to Lebanon but reassured angry citizens reeling from a blast that killed 145 people that no blank cheques will be given to its leaders unless they enact reforms and end rife corruption.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration confirmed that no ammonium nitrate has been stored in the city, but admitted that some businesses possess risky chemicals that need to be kept an eye on.
Silicon Valley giants used to snap up smaller tech firms at will, safe in the knowledge that antitrust regulators rarely prevented them from expanding into new industries.
BEIRUT/DUBAI (Reuters) - Lebanon's main grain silo at Beirut port was destroyed in a blast, leaving the nation with less than a month's reserves of the grain but enough flour to avoid a crisis, the economy minister said on Wednesday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese rescue teams pulled out bodies and hunted for missing people on Wednesday from the wreckage caused by a massive warehouse explosion that sent a devastating blast wave across Beirut, killing at least 135.
Malaysia has many libraries, and some are quite charming in their own way, and provide for an alternative “holiday” trip around the city.
MALAYSIAN lecturer Dr Sharon Jacqueline Albert Wilson sets a new record in being the first participant from outside North America to win the International Communication Division (ICD) Teaching Contest 2020.
PETALING JAYA: Gig economy workers should be reclassified as "independent employees" as policymakers lack the necessary data on them to form a sound regulatory framework that will provide a more robust social safety net to assist them, says the Research for Social Advancement (Refsa).
JUGYAI (India): Most days, you can find Dayaram Kushwaha and his wife, Gyanvati, hauling bricks for stonemasons in a booming northern suburb of New Delhi. They bring their five-year-old son, who plays in the dirt while they work.