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Soldiers crush protests as military seizes power in Burkina Faso

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Heavily armed troops crushed protests in Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou after a former spy chief seized power in a military coup on Thursday, derailing a democratic transition that had inspired many in Africa.

Community

Mattress brand launches range with anti-static technology

THE Goodnite brand of mattresses has launched a new range designed to help users sleep better.

Children

Parents are depressed when instant bond doesn't happen with their adopted child

Stigma and shame are preventing many adoptive parents from seeking help for their post-adoption depression.

Lifestyle

Adoptive parents: We don't feel a bond with our child

Stigma and shame are preventing many adoptive parents from seeking help for their post-adoption depression.

TECH

For China's online hostesses, cutesy flirting is as far as it goes

In China's online hostessing world, men find virtual company and the women can find riches.

Lifestyle

Let’s plan your next getaway – Top 10 things to do in Singapore!

For the coming school holidays, look no further than the neighbouring city-state to maximise your precious holiday time.

Nation

Ex-boss bears brunt of Bobo’s loan shark boo-boo

JOHOR BARU: A mobile phone shop owner is living in fear, claiming that loan sharks are harassing him and his workers after a former employee failed to pay up.

Nation

Bobo booboos with loan sharks, boss bears the brunt

JOHOR BARU: A mobile phone shop owner is living in fear after loan sharks started harrassing him and his workers after his former worker failed to pay up.

Community

There is big money in selling winter wear

As P. LAL Store group managing director Minesh Doshi recalls it, the first Malaysian entity to venture into the winter wear business was his father, Bhansuklal who started the trend in the 1970s.

World

Clashes at Burkina Faso protest against leader's plan to extend rule

OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Police fired teargas at rock-throwing protesters after tens of thousands marched through Burkina Faso's capital on Tuesday calling for President Blaise Compaore to scrap plans to change term limits to stay in power.