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KAMPONG SPEU, Cambodia (Xinhua): How long does it take to peel a ripe mango? For Cambodian workers, the answer is "a few seconds," too fast to be seen clearly.
Budget 2021 is more than just about those issues that have been dominating the airwaves, headlines, and social media.
WITH sparse crowds and none of the stampedes of holidays past, some retail watchers started to refer to Black Friday as Blasé Friday -- and that was even before the virus hit.
A MAJOR leadership transition is about to take place in DAP next month.
MOREE, Australia (Reuters) - For the past few years, crop machinery has sat idle in many Australian farm sheds as a devastating drought left almost nothing to harvest across the country's pancake-flat eastern wheatbelt.
Eight months into the Covid-19 pandemic, front line workers are bearing the brunt of the outbreak and are starting to suffer from burnout, a nurse association reveals.
As Thailand’s protests snowball, rattled royalists would rather blame a hidden foreign hand than look inward
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): The kingdom’s desperate old guard cannot – or will not see the government’s muddled handling of the economy, and growing dissatisfaction with the monarchy
ROME, Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- Over 21.7 million Italians, making up over one-third of the country's population, have been placed under curfew amid a spike in new coronavirus infections, which numbered 13,860 on Thursday, officials said.
BEIJING, Oct 16 (Reuters): China's economic recovery likely stepped up in the third quarter as consumers returned to shopping malls and major trading partners reopened for business, shaking off the record slump seen earlier this year.