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In conjunction with Mothers Day, the writer pens a tribute to her beloved mum who spoke eight languages/dialects which enabled her to communicate effectively with her patients.
The number of registered divorces in China reached a record 8.6 million last year, almost double the 2019 total and eclipsing the number of marriage registrations for the first time, according to government data.
KOTA BARU: It has been a good season for trader Nor Azreena Mohd Nor, as demand for preserved and dried fish, a popular delicacy among the Kelantanese, has been increasing this Ramadan.
LABUAN (Bernama): A civil servant pleaded not guilty at the Special Corruption Court here on Wednesday (May 5) to charges of awarding two supply contracts to a company belonging to his wife.
A FACTORY assistant manager in Kluang, Johor thought he got a good deal buying a pre-owned WiFi modem advertised on social media.
IPOH: Kindergarten teacher M. Indira Gandhi has defended the non-governmental organisation that was assisting her in her search for her still missing daughter.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure over a series of accusations about how he responded to Britain's coronavirus pandemic, the refurbishment of his flat and an inquiry into who was leaking private information from his office.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy inched forward towards normality on Monday as coffee bars, restaurants, cinemas and theatres reopened in most regions as part of a phased springtime relaxation of COVID lockdowns.
A leading human rights group has welcomed the release on bail of two Thai activists charged with insulting the country's monarchy, but repeated its contention that the apparent use of pretrial detention to punish anyone who criticizes the royal institution is unjust.