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Malaysia is one of 25 countries that don't allow mothers to pass their citizenship on to their kids on an equal basis as fathers. These discriminatory citizenship laws need to change if Malaysia hopes to empower its women.
If food waste were a country, its total carbon footprint would make it the third largest greenhouse gas-emitting country in the world.
Monkeypox, an infectious disease that is closely related genetically to smallpox, recently popped up close to home in Singapore.
By prioritising foreigners, Japan has built its reputation as a ‘tourism nation’.
Without political will to end child marriage, underaged girls will continue to be married off and deprived of their rights to explore their full potential.
Victims of domestic and sexual abuse need a strong support system to stand up to their abusers in court.
All the way from Paris, Cafes Richard opens its first outlet outside France in Genting’s SkyAvenue mall.
On the 10th anniversary of one of Asia’s worst natural disasters, the Boxing Day tsunami of 2004, MetMalaysia briefs us on what tech we have in place to guard people living along the country’s shorelines.
Among the most important dictums of modern medicine that must remain unchanged would be that the role of a doctor is ‘to heal sometimes, to comfort always but never to harm’.
An employee suffering from a medical condition is feeling harassed and threatened by the new head of department.