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NAYPYITAW, Myanmar (AP): A court in Myanmar on Wednesday (Dec 18) dismissed charges against a nursery school bus driver accused of raping a toddler, in a case that generated great public interest because of widespread doubts that the defendant was guilty.
Leaders from around the world talk about bridging the gap and providing quality education to children who can’t afford to, and educating families from underprivileged backgrounds on its importance.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - When part of a seawall protecting Jakarta collapsed last week near fisherman Awing Takalar's shack it brought back bad memories of when another levee burst in 2007 and all his belongings were washed away.
KUALA LUMPUR: The former first lady of the United States Michelle Obama wants to help girls around the world get the education they need, as they may have the solution to world issues.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Setting Iran deadlines to explain how uranium particles were found in an undeclared Tehran warehouse could be counter-productive, the new U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said on Tuesday, hoping fresh dialogue will resolve the months-long standoff.
RHODE ISLAND (ANN): A tweet by a United States academic on Sunday (Nov 24) - "Indian food is terrible and we pretend it isn't" - has sparked an online debate about whether it is racist to express one's gastronomical preferences.
Seoul: T.O.P has expressed his regret for not replying to a text sent to him by Goo Hara, who was found dead on Sunday.
HELP University organised its inaugural convocation for Diploma and Foundation students this month at its Subang 2 campus.