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KUCHING: A former journalist apologised in the High Court here to settle a defamation suit brought against him by Batang Sadong MP Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday accused each other of being racist, escalating a war of words between the two wealthy businessmen.
Singapore-based supermarket chain NTUC Fairprice has urged members of the public not to share a viral video depicting a man trying out bottled drinks and putting them back on the shelf, according to a statement on Facebook.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - David Warner completed his rehabilitation after serving a ball-tampering ban when he was named his country's top cricketer for the third time at the Australian Cricket Awards despite a poor showing in last year's Ashes series.
Jakarta: Kazahra Tanzania, a stay-at-home mother who lives in Balikpapan, advised residents in a Facebook post to wear protective masks because she had heard that a man in the city who had recently visited China had been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.
Google Maps marked 15 years on the road Feb 6 with the rollout of new features for the popular mobile app which has helped move navigation into the digital age.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese doctor reprimanded for warning of a "SARS-like" coronavirus before it was officially recognised died of the illness on Friday, triggering anger at the government.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The death from coronavirus of a Chinese doctor who had been reprimanded for issuing an early warning about the disease triggered a wave of public mourning on Friday and rare expressions of anger against the government online.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cheered on by loyalists, President Donald Trump did not hold back as he celebrated the end of his impeachment saga on Thursday with a mix of expletives and insults for his opponents and praise for the supporters who stuck with him.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia suspended parliament on Tuesday to honour the victims of a national bushfire crisis that has killed 33 people, as more than 100 fires remained ablaze across the country's east coast.