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PETRONAS Foundation and Southern Region Petronas have channelled RM35,000 worth of basic supplies and refurbishment goods to assist about 1,600 flood victims in Johor Baru.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea's President Moon Jae-in pledged on Thursday (Feb4) to upgrade the country's alliance with the United States and prepare a comprehensive North Korea strategy in a phone call with US President Joe Biden, Moon's office said.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's President Moon Jae-in pledged on Thursday to upgrade the country's alliance with the United States and prepare a comprehensive North Korea strategy in a phone call with U.S. President Joe Biden, Moon's office said.
The world’s longest Internet shutdown – affecting more than a million people for 19 months in one of Myanmar’s ethnic conflict zones – has come to an end, according to a mobile operator based in the region.
HOME seekers’ priorities are changing as Malaysia strives towards a new norm following the Covid-19 outbreak and resulting lockdowns. Chief among these is demand for outdoor spaces and a connection to nature.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Myanmar's fragile ceasefire with several armed ethnic insurgent movements is in danger of unraveling after a military coup this week, a senior representative of a coalition of rebel groups told Reuters on Wednesday.
The United States has threatened to reimpose sanctions on Myanmar’s generals after they seized power and detained elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, whose whereabouts remained unknown more than 24 hours after her arrest.
YANGON, Feb 2 (Reuters): The party of Myanmar's detained elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi called on Tuesday for her immediate release and for the junta to recognise her victory in November elections, a day after a military coup sparked global outrage.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Greek restorer Venizelos Gavrilakis uses microscopes, cotton swabs and a delicate touch to bring artefacts back to life in churches in Istanbul, where concerns have grown about the preservation of its Byzantine history.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China’s top diplomat called for a restoration of ties with the US, while warning that interfering in the country’s internal affairs was a “red line that must not be crossed.”