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(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday it is extending until further notice a moratorium it imposed last year on police use of its facial recognition software.
OCTOGENARIAN Rodiah Mat Arin is thankful to be able to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri with a few family members by her side.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (May 18)
MADRID (Reuters) - Hotel bookings in Spain have boomed since a national state of emergency and ban on leisure travel expired last week, unleashing pent-up local demand and fuelling optimism within the COVID-battered sector despite a shortage of foreign visitors.
Myanmar’s military rulers are seeking to limit access to the internet to an internal network of only "whitelisted” sites to quash opposition to their seizure of power, according to a report by the International Crisis Group.
The EU commission has launched an investigation into a buyout by Facebook of a US startup over concerns that the social media giant could misuse personal data.
China-Australia relations: is this the start of ‘mining boom 2.0’ as Canberra rakes in cash from iron ore rally?
Analyst calls this ‘one of the most incredible transfers of wealth between the pockets of the Chinese and Australian governments’, despite political conflictAustralia is the biggest iron ore exporter to China, which gets about 60 per cent of its supply from down under
(Reuters) - Former England captain James Graham said there should be no rush to postpone the Rugby League World Cup to next year as the tournament could give a boost to the game in difficult times.
Brunei recorded no new Covid-19 cases on Monday night (May 17) keeping the tally of confirmed cases at 232. No local transmissions have been reported for 376 days.