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(Reuters) - Apple Inc is planning to install a software on U.S. iPhones that will scan for child abuse imagery, the Financial Times reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Human trafficking is the third-largest crime in the world, behind drugs and arms trafficking, and Malaysia is no exception to this heinous activity.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A prominent imprisoned Bahraini opposition figure has lost 10 kg during the first three weeks of a hunger strike, a family member said on Friday, as rights groups called for his release and the return of a confiscated manuscript he had written.
KPJ Healthcare celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, serving the nation as one of the largest private hospitals by bed count of some 3,000 beds and counting.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The Chinese Embassy in Singapore has responded to a recent speech the United States' Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin delivered in Singapore, saying he "distorted facts and created falsehoods" to serve American geopolitical strategy.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Plans must be in place for more coordinated efforts to deal with the next pandemic and other common challenges as the cost of getting caught unprepared again will be too great, said Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen on Wednesday (July 28).
PETALING JAYA: The problem the country is facing with contract doctors is not due to the oversupply of medical graduates but the insufficient number of posts available for housemanship, medical experts say.
Coronavirus exposes cracks in Hongkongers’ retirement planning as health care costs and weak savings dominate worries, EIU survey finds
A survey of 600 Hong Kong adults show Covid-19 has made them less prepared for their needs in retirementWith the highest life expectancy globally, less than one in four Hongkongers anticipate that they could actually spend over 20 years in retirement.