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GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations human rights chief said on Tuesday that up to 10,000 people had fled their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine state after what she described as heavy fighting in the past week between government troops and ethnic insurgents.
KABUL (Reuters) - Twenty-four-year-old Fatima Khalil, known as Natasha, was a shining example of young, progressive Afghanistan.
MANILA (Reuters) - After taking a job in a hospital's COVID-19 emergency room, Philippine doctor Jan Claire Dorado planned to move out of the family home to protect relatives from the risk of infection.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - When the brother of Singapore's prime minister joined the opposition to the party their father led through the city-state's independence and rise as a nation, he brought a bitter family squabble into the realm of politics on the eve of a general election.
PETALING JAYA: While some Malaysians say they are able to save more money during the movement control order (MCO) period due to initiatives under the government’s economic stimulus package, many others are feeling the brunt of Covid-19’s fallout due to salary cuts or loss of income.
THE ubiquity of technology has spawned ardent advocates and critics alike, but the impact of technology in furthering philanthropy and social activism in line with economic, education and social impact is often overlooked as the world runs faster towards each technological wonder that is more often than not simply for profit.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A public rift between the heirs of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's modern day founder, has shot to the fore with the prospect of his two sons squaring off at a July 10 general election.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea has decided to suspend military action plans against South Korea, the official KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday, as a report suggested North Korean troops were taking down loudspeakers recently reinstalled at the fortified border.
GEORGE TOWN: Sixty-four-year-old Lee Choy Pin has given her children and grandchildren a precious gift that she has perfected over the past four decades: a tasty recipe for ‘bak chang’, a glutinous rice dumpling.Choy Pin, who picked up the art of making dumplings while in her 20s, is more than happy to share the time-tested formula with her family.