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President Joe Biden has selected tech entrepreneur Jonathan Kaplan to be the next US ambassador to Singapore, planning to fill a position in the critical Pacific trade hub that hasn’t had a formal U.S. ambassador since the end of the Obama administration in early 2017.
American climate activist Jeremy Rifkin calls to treat renewable energy as a third industrial revolution is finally getting traction in his home country, as the US reconsiders its energy policies.
Eisner Award-nominated comics creator Reimena Yee describes her new work as a '21st Century Alexander Romance'
BEIJING: A two-second appearance of Malaysian Olympic swimmer Welson Sim was all it took to capture the hearts of the Chinese watching coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on television.
Video posted online shows three members of the public ignoring social distancing rules to take photos with squad. Japanese capital braces for fifth wave of coronavirus cases in countdown to start of Games on Friday.
Lee's wife reportedly wrote on his behalf to request drugs.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Long before American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos made history with their Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics, another poignant image of silent protest was etched into the conscience of Koreans – and largely forgotten everywhere else.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - When Jacob Zuma bowed to pressure to quit as South Africa's president in 2018, he ranted to the state broadcaster for an hour about his treatment by the party he had served since his teenage years.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - When Jacob Zuma finally caved to pressure to quit as South African president in 2018, he ranted to the state broadcaster for an hour about the ill treatment he had received at the hands of the party he had served since his teenage years.