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Some 500 years ago, a seafarer sent by the Spanish monarchy became the first man to sail around the southern tip of South America. In his search for spices, Portuguese sailor Ferdinand Magellan discovered the western route from Europe to Asia and proved in the process that the Earth is round.
Women, who are more likely to be in non-permanent employment in the retail or service industries, have been disproportionately affected by job losses.
A "badass" philanthropic organisation uses various approaches to help those in need.
This live webinar will feature presentations from two dietitians and a cooking demonstration by a celebrity chef.
WITH Covid-19 raging around the globe, we tend to overlook a disease that has been quietly affecting people worldwide for far longer than this viral infection.
French tenor Stephane Senechal says it is a way to recreate a little haven of culture.
Lebanese have poked fun at outgoing interior minister Mohamed Fahmi after he suggested the solution to a ban on deliveries during a coronavirus lockdown was for women to start cooking.
Inventing hope has long been the Barack Obama project as his memoirs remind us.
No, studies have shown that anaesthetic drugs will not affect a child negatively.
Surrounded by mature trees, this house in Kuching, Sarawak embraces its natural surroundings while embodying a permeable design.