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Tencent employs facial recognition to detect minors in top-grossing mobile game ‘Honour of Kings’

Tencent’s stricter controls over underage gamers come amid Beijing’s call to protect children’s health, with the government blaming the country’s widespread myopia on the playing of video games.

Britain's Hammond says UK can cope with no-deal Brexit

BIRMINGHAM, England: British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Monday the United Kingdom had the fiscal capacity to cope with leaving the European Union without any agreement but believed the mood in Brussels was to reach a divorce deal.

Hong Kong health chief vows to step up fight against rats using latest technology

Sophia Chan’s remarks came after it emerged city’s rodent problem could be much worse than thought.

HR minister slams ‘armchair critics’, says all going according to plan

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Human Resource Minister M. Kula Segaran has brushed aside comments from people he labeled “armchair critics” and said his ministry’s efforts to boost productivity are taking place at a quick pace.

A rewarding jump

FOR many, the thought of jumping into a new career can be scary and requires much faith and preparation – especially when you are already committed and established in your industry.

Classmates mourn boy shot dead by Israeli troops in Gaza border

KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (Reuters) - The school friends of Nassir al-Mosabeh sat tearfully in their classroom in Khan Younis on Sunday and mourned their 12-year-old friend who was killed in a protest on the Gaza-Israel border.

Sexual transmissions main cause of HIV/AIDS infections

KUALA LUMPUR: Men-to-men sexual transmissions made up the majority of the HIV/AIDS infections in the country, says the Health Ministry.

Land a property of your choice at fair

PETALING JAYA: Fair will be back in Puchong, offering attractive discounts and the latest projects by reputable developers catering to first-time home buyers, upgraders and investors.

Digital technology formalises informality

THE informal economy touches every sector, from agriculture and construction to education and professional services, to a varying degree. A dominant trait is its reliance on unreported cash-only transactions.

Man frightened into paying RM100,000

SIBU: A pensioner lost RM100,000 in a Macau scam in which the perpetrator used a different tactic to dupe the victim.