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AMMAN (Reuters) - Hundreds of people pressed ahead with protests in Jordan's capital on Wednesday and some unions went on strike despite King Abullah replacing his prime minister to defuse public anger.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - As countries around Southeast Asia struggle to cope with growing piles of plastic and other waste on land and in their waters, Singapore is one country in the region that appears to have things figured out.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ethnic Koreans in Japan loyal to Pyongyang hope next week's historic U.S.-North Korea summit will help bring reconciliation on the Korean peninsula and clarify their own murky legal status.
A coalition of blockchain enthusiasts and financial technology firms have come together, signing an MOU to drive up literacy in blockchain technology in order to draw more startups in the space to Malaysia.
Emmanuel Macron promised to fight fake news, and plans to do it this week – with a law.
KOFU, Japan (Reuters) - It has been more than 30 years since the identical twin sister of Japanese teacher Misa Morimoto vanished, believed to have been abducted by North Korea.
Behind the daily skirmishes over tariffs, the US and China are gearing up for a longer-term battle between two very different systems of innovation. To win, America may need to start using some of its rival’s weapons.
PETALING JAYA: English competency tests will be carried out for top civil servants, said Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.