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Female asylum seekers in Greece face sexual harassment, assault

ATHENS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Warda left her hometown of Idlib in Syria, she knew she had a long, difficult journey ahead, but it never crossed her mind that she would face increased danger as a young woman.


Geeks win millions for teaching computers to battle each other

A software program dubbed 'Mayhem' was poised to win the final round of a three-year contest to teach computers to launch and defend against cyber attacks.

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Thai village using poop to power homes

PA DENG: Nestled in a deep pocket of forest that lies off Thailand’s electrical grid, villagers in Pa Deng have become early adopters and evangelists for an unusual alternative energy source: poop.


Bring it home to a new home

JAKARTA: Indonesians who have stashed billions of dollars abroad over the years can now bring their hoard safely back home - literally, to a newly bought condo.


Turning trash into cash

THE key feature that has attracted people to dispose of their recyclable items at the Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Society in Penang is the easy access to the huge bins.


Chalking up impressive growth in cosmetics

Malaysian subsidiary of Korean group introduces fourth brand and set to capture bigger market share.


Double Japanese celebration

MEMBERS of the media were invited to celebrate Tokyo Street’s fifth anniversary on July 29 at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur as a token of appreciation for their support throughout the years.


Bump on the road for route extensions

In this second of a two-parter on the lack of feeder buses for LRT stations, RapidKL explains the challenges faced in attempts to provide a wider coverage of service.


Apple reports progress in workforce diversity

Apple Inc reported improvements in gender and ethnic diversity in June as the US technology company stayed ahead of fellow Silicon Valley powerhouses Google and Facebook Inc in hiring minorities.


Most Germans don't blame Merkel's policy for Islamist attacks -poll

BERLIN (Reuters) - Most Germans do not blame the government's expansive refugee policy for two Islamist attacks last month, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday.