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On the sidelines of a digital technologies conference in Moscow on March 5, a 40-year-old Russian online gaming legend launched his latest creation: the Direct Democracy party.
Researchers at one of China's top universities have designed a robot they say could help save lives on the frontline during the coronavirus outbreak.
In the three years since becoming an agent for mobile e-commerce company Copia Global Inc, Samuel Kihara has boosted revenue at his general store fivefold, opened a second shop, bought land and a truck and moved his children to private school.
A new Prime Minister will be sworn in by today, but the political drama is likely to go on because the other side is claiming that they also have the numbers.
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE/JAKARTA: A Hong Kong watch maker who can’t get coils or wheels. New Zealand lobsters released back into the wild. A San Diego game studio facing delays to its latest fantasy board games. The coronavirus outbreak that has hobbled China’s economy is increasingly ricocheting through the world economy and supply chains.
International Condom Day was on Feb 13, a day before Valentine’s Day. With sex being the main way of HIV transmission, it’s time we take a harder look at using condoms.
HONG KONG: Former Hong Kong health chief Ko Wing-man plans to submit a motion at the upcoming Two Sessions in Beijing, calling for a ban on the hunting and consumption of game animals in light of the Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) epidemic.
(Reuters) - If there's one thing Tuesday's New Hampshire primary made clear, it's that Democrats are no closer to agreeing on the right candidate to beat Republican President Donald Trump in November.
WASHINGTON - The first-in-the-nation Democratic nominating contest in Iowa will go down in infamy after technological snafus resulted in results not being reported for nearly a day, costing the candidates who performed well their moment in the media spotlight and allowing others to question the legitimacy of the outcome.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Shut out of the World Health Organization, Taiwan faces a dual problem in battling the threat of a new coronavirus: it is being included as a high-risk area as part of China but is unable to get epidemic information firsthand.