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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- AirAsia Group Bhd’s strength in big data makes it an attractive investment portfolio, despite the challenges the aviation industry is facing now, and there are possibilities to increase the stake in the future, said Dr Stanley Choi Chiu Fai who emerged as a substantial shareholder in the company.
(Reuters) - Two demonstrators were killed by gunshot wounds to the head in Myanmar on Monday, witnesses said, while shops, factories and banks were closed in the main city Yangon as part of the protests against the country's military rulers.
Sharks are apex predators that serve as an indicator of ocean health. Reef sharks help regulate prey and balance the food chain, ultimately contributing to ensuring species diversity. But sharks are also an important food source, which has led to over-fishing.
The fossils may open a window into what Otay Mesa looked like about 15 million years ago. It was a place where early camels roamed, and prehistoric hoofed mammals, and probably a carnivore or two. And where volcanoes erupted.
Social workers are at the forefront of helping those in need, yet their work is not recognised as an actual profession. The proposed Social Work Bill hopes to address this issue.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. officials will unveil a major economic investment programme with the Colombian government next week as Washington expands its drive to yank supply chains out of China and bring them closer to home, a senior White House official said Thursday.
NEW YORK: Stocks ticked down from six-month highs on Thursday on concern over a stalled U.S. economic relief deal, while oil fell and the euro edged up against the U.S. dollar.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States said on Thursday it was requiring the center that manages Chinese government-funded Confucius Institutes in the United States to register as a foreign mission, the latest sign of deteriorating relations between Washington and Beijing.
HONG KONG -- A commerce official of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government on Thursday condemned a U.S. unilateral rule that Hong Kong products exported to the United States must be labeled "Made in China," stressing that it violates international rules on origin marking.