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PETALING JAYA: Being invited to speak at Mayo Clinic is no small matter and Datin Dr Sharmila Sachithanandan (pic) made full use of her speaking invitation.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A row within South Africa's African National Congress (ANC) about the role of the central bank has unnerved investors and exposed deep divisions in the governing party.
(Reuters) - A near record-sized "dead zone" of oxygen-starved water could form in the Gulf of Mexico this summer, threatening its huge stocks of marine life, researchers said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Orang Asli in Kuala Koh, Kelantan, used to be strong and healthy but the destruction of the environment and their subsistence have left them weak and sickly, said Center for Orang Asli Concerns coordinator Dr Colin Nicholas.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - When the men who run the European Union pick its new leaders this year, they might finally appoint a few more women. But don't expect a radical change any time soon.
JOHANNESBURG/LONDON (Reuters) - A row within South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) party about the role of the country's central bank is unnerving investors because it is being driven by bitter factional battles rather than sober policy debate.
SERDANG (Bernama): The pitcher plant (periuk kera in Malay) has a hot topic lately because of the popularity of lemang periuk kera.
Bangkok: Developing electric public transport in the canals could help solve two of Bangkok’s biggest problems – traffic congestion and air pollution, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) suggested.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The leader of Denmark's Social Democrats said on Thursday she would launch talks to form government, although she expected it would take time, after a centre-left election victory put her on course to become the country's youngest ever prime minister.