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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): There was high drama when a gondola carrying two men cleaning a tall hotel building in Persiaran KLCC suffered a technical glitch on Saturday (Dec 22).
MUMBAI (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A visually impaired girl was molested on a local train in Mumbai on Monday (Dec 17). However, instead of panicking, the 15-year-old used her self-defence and karate skills to turn the tables on her molester, twisting the man's hand till he dropped to his knees in pain.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Energy's nuclear security office is developing a project to help other countries handle nuclear waste, an effort to keep the United States competitive against global rivals in disposal technology, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
First book on Thai cave rescues, The Boys in the Cave, is a gripping account of ‘mission impossible’
Chief national correspondent for ABC News Matt Gutman dissects the extraordinary rescue mission to save the trapped soccer team He was on the ground covering the international effort to rescue the boys from rising floodwaters
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The leaders of the world's largest economies received alpaca scarfs, silver bracelets, wine from Argentina's Mendoza region and teas from Patagonia as they arrived in Buenos Aires on Thursday for the first G20 summit to be held in South America.
HONG KONG: Beijing has ordered an investigation into claims by a Chinese scientist to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies, a move that would be a ground-breaking medical first but which has generated a barrage of criticism.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - More than 100 scientists, most of them in China, have condemned as "crazy" and unethical altering human genes after a geneticist claimed he had changed the genes of twin girls to create the first gene-edited babies.
HONG KONG: A scientist in China claims to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies, in a potentially groundbreaking and controversial medical first.
KUALA LUMPUR: A medical team from the National Heart Institute (IJN) has successfully installed a dual chamber pacemaker on a pregnant woman without exposing her to radiation.
LONDON (Reuters) - Spraying sun-dimming chemicals high above the Earth to slow global warming could be "remarkably inexpensive", costing about $2.25 billion a year over a 15-year period, according to a study by U.S. scientists.