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What's next for Hong Kong?

Unless fundamental reforms in housing and education occur, Hong Kong risks becoming a retirement place for rich Chinese, says expert. What’s next for Hong Kong?


Qatar says BBC crew on 2022 tour held for trespass

DOHA (Reuters) - A BBC television team was arrested in Qatar and held for two nights in prison while reporting on living conditions for migrant labourers working on the 2022 World Cup, the broadcaster said on Monday.


Lebanon absorbs bomb shock as talks ease tensions

BEIRUT (Reuters) - A double suicide bombing at a cafe in the Lebanese city of Tripoli was meant to ignite a new round of civil strife in a country whose stability has been repeatedly strained by the war in neighbouring Syria.


Keep motivation levels high by putting staff first

KUALA LUMPUR: Putting staff first helps keep motivation levels in the workplace high, said Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) corporate services chief Lim Kah Cheng.

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Wild boar hogs limelight in Hong Kong shopping mall

HONG KONG (AFP) - A wild boar which strayed into Hong Kong’s urban jungle caused havoc when it wandered into a shop and forced staff and customers to leave, authorities said on Monday.


11MP: Management of foreign workers to be improved

PETALING JAYA: To create safer living communities, the 11th Malaysian Plan will put greater focus on managing and screening the entry of foreign talent in Malaysia.


China jails ‘Fast & Furious’ Lamborghini, Ferrari drivers

BEIJING (AFP) - Two unemployed men who crashed a Lamborghini and Ferrari as they reportedly staged a “real-life Fast and Furious” race through Beijing were sentenced to jail Thursday for dangerous driving, the court said.


Deadwood to get the boot

PETALING JAYA: Under-performing civil servants will be shown the door under a new tough approach to improve productivity and performance under the 11th Malaysia Plan.


Two die as Muslim protesters clash with police in Afghan capital - witnesses

Kabul (Reuters) - Two people were killed when violence broke out at an anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in the Afghan capital on Saturday, according to witnesses, but Kabul's police chief said there were no deaths and only two injuries.


Brothers' fight results in fatal stabbing

SHAH ALAM: A property dispute between two brothers has ended with one stabbed to death and the other suspected of killing him.