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KUCHING: Borneo Oil Bhd group will invest about RM5mil in a new central food processing plant here to cope with the rapid expansion of its pizza chain, Pezzo, and SugarBun fast-food restaurants in Sarawak and Sabah.
Women worldwide will now have access to important information regarding their fertility health via the Natural Cycles app on Apple Watch.
WOMEN taxi drivers are becoming vital front-line tourism players in Langkawi.
TAIPEI: Tsai Ing-wen, widely tipped to become Taiwan’s next president, has kicked off a one-month election campaign, with supporters bringing donations in piggy banks to a rally held by her opposition party.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A member of the European Parliament from Denmark's centre-right ruling party has defected to a left-wing party in protest at government plans to seize valuables from refugees to help fund their stay in the country.
TOKYO (Reuters) - As the first Gulf War raged in February 1991, Japanese army major Nozomu Yoshitomi was supposed to be playing war games with U.S. officers at a military facility in Tokyo. But the Americans appeared distracted, watching the conflict live on CNN. On another TV, local news showed Japanese troops sculpting ice figures at a snow festival.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies staged 20 strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria on Friday, including one near the Iraqi city of Fallujah that is being investigated as a possible friendly fire incident, the coalition leading the operations said on Saturday.
THE International Educational Technology Conference (IETC) will be held in Dubai from Feb 4 to 6. It is calling for research papers to be submitted. IETC’s aim is to bring together scholars, researchers, educators, students, professionals and other groups who are interested in education and technology to present their works at this academic platform.
IN the neighbourhood where I live, the population mix is like a microcosm of Malaysia. The pasar malam on Saturday evenings has not changed much since I moved in nearly 30 years ago. All races are represented, both among the sellers and the buyers.
ON BOARD THE USS KEARSARGE (Reuters) - A U.S. aircraft appears to have mistakenly carried out an air strike that killed Iraqi security forces near the city of Fallujah, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Saturday.