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Riveting miniseries occasionally veers into trashy territory but carries its twisted premise right to an unflinching finale.
PETALING JAYA: Citizenship is the highest award conferred by the nation and cannot be arbitrarily offered to anyone, says the Home Ministry.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (Sept 16)
(Reuters) -Facebook is taking a more aggressive approach to shut down coordinated groups of real-user accounts engaging in certain harmful activities on its platform, using the same strategy its security teams take against campaigns using fake accounts, the company told Reuters.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's vaccine minister Taro Kono, running to replace Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, said on Thursday any new economic stimulus measures should prioritise spending on renewable energy and expansion of 5G networks nationwide.
EXCLUSIVE: New documentary 'Tanah Tumpahnya Darah Kita' brings a moment in Malaysian history to life
Using animation and visual art, the documentary sets out to remind Malaysians of those who fought for a country they believed in.
M’sian citizenship highest award conferred by govt and cannot be given to just anyone, says Home Ministry
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian citizenship is the highest award conferred by the Federal Government and it cannot be arbitrarily offered and given to just anyone, says the Home Ministry.
THE Covid-19 pandemic has been tough on everyone, but we can weather the storm by standing strong and united as a nation – with a smile on our face.
Alibaba urges online shoppers, content creators to start ‘planting grass’, kicking off new marketing campaign ahead of Singles’ Day
Alibaba’s 40-day Zhongcao campaign will start on October 1 across Taobao’s different channels, including live-streaming platform Taobao LiveThis initiative shows how China’s e-commerce market is now enhanced with a mix of promotions, social media content and live-streaming sessions
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Eritrean soldiers and Tigrayan militias raped, detained and killed Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray, an international rights watchdog said on Thursday.