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THE real impact of the attack on Saudi oil installations last weekend goes well beyond the temporary loss of 5% of global oil production: It strikes at the heart of the mechanism that’s guaranteed the security of the world’s crude supply for most of the past 50 years.
PETALING JAYA: Once associated with old age, heart disease is increasingly common among young adults.
JOHOR BARU: Land reclamation along Pantai Lido could potentially be the main cause of mass fish deaths in the area.
The flash flood along Persiaran Kewajipan in Subang Jaya on Thursday evening was caused by heavy rain.
Christine Lagarde is still to be confirmed as the European Central Bank’s next president, but work is already piling up on her desk.
Hong Kong braces for largest citywide strike in decades as 14, 000 people from 20 sectors vow to join industrial action to protest against government
Hong Kong is bracing for the largest citywide strike in decades on Monday, after about 14, 000 people from 20 sectors vowed to join the industrial action against the now-abandoned extradition bill, first called for by staff unions of transport operators and social workers.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China launched a new campaign to clean up its internet, state media said, amid a fresh wave of apparent censorship by Beijing blocking more foreign media websites and shutting down domestic accounts on social media.
China launched a new campaign to clean up its Internet, state media said, amid a fresh wave of apparent censorship by Beijing blocking more foreign media websites and shutting down domestic accounts on social media.
Around the world, governments are hitting on a modish new idea: Turn the Internet off. Sometimes they mean it literally.