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Korean summit stirs mix of hope, scepticism in Los Angeles' K-Town

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In the gritty, billboard-festooned Los Angeles neighbourhood of Koreatown, at the heart of America's largest ethnic Korean community, residents expressed bemusement and hope at the latest promise of rapprochement between North and South Korea.

Mexico presidency frontrunner should decide quickly on airport if elected - adviser

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's presidential frontrunner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador should decide quickly on whether to scrap a new Mexico City airport if he wins the July 1 election, a top adviser said on Friday.

Kremlin does not consider nationalisation of sanctions-hit Rusal

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia does not consider nationalisation of aluminium giant Rusal that was targeted by the latest round of U.S. sanctions in April, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Saturday.

Hearing-impaired learn pastry skills

TAYLOR’S School of Culinary Arts & Food Studies, in collaboration with Food Aid Foundation and CIMB Foundation, has been teaching pastry-making skills to 30 hearing-impaired individuals.

Developing technical, competitive people

Understanding the three types of labour and how they contribute to the dynamics of job creation and destruction, is important to future-proof humans.

Got a grudge? Police just shut down biggest hackers-for-hire platform

THE worldwide – and illegal – cyberattack-for-hire business flourishes. Got a grievance against a retailer? A former spouse bugging you?

Two worlds in Batu Pahat

Small town politics, intense Chinese sentiments, a people’s YB who changed a town and a disgruntled politician are some of the factor that make Batu Pahat a must-watch seat in Johor.

No more dramatic comedy in Kuantan

It could be a stale soap opera in the Pahang capital city, now that Lynas is no longer a radioactive issue.

Ex-internationals Choong Hann and Rashid return to BAM fold

KUALA LUMPUR: Former internationals Wong Choong Hann and Rashid Sidek will be back with the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) to improve the quality of coaching.

‘Fortnite’ now largest free-to-play console game of all time

Epic Games’ massive free-to-play survival Battle Royale game Fortnite has overthrown PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in terms of overall monthly players and revenue generated, market research company SuperData announced.