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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (Nov 29)
The northern region of Vietnam is predicted to experience a fresh cold spell from Nov 28 to December 8, according to the National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting.
SIX Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) researchers – Emeritus Prof Dr Boo Nem Yun, Prof Dr Ong Kok Seng, Dr Pang Yean Ling, Dr Bernard Saw, Prof Dr Sumathi Sethupathi and Hew Jun Jie – are in a list released by US-based Stanford University recently of the top 2% of scientists in the world, reported China Press.
The year 2021 is now expected to qualify among the hottest seven in history, all of them recorded since 2014, according to an early estimate by the United Nations World Meteorological Organisation that was released Sunday.
TOKYO: Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) rose this week as China, Japan and South Korea sought supply in an early move to stock up for winter, industry sources said.
GEORGE TOWN: Layers of golden yellow flowers carpeting the streets beneath Angsana trees (Pterocarpus indicus) on the island here are indeed a sight to behold.
NEW YORK: Oil prices settled near year-long highs on Tuesday on signs that global coronavirus restrictions were being eased, although concerns about the pace of a U.S. economic recovery and the return of Texas oil production kept gains in check.
(Reuters) - The brutal cold snap that has frozen Texas hasn't only numbed unprepared people to the bone - thousands of turtles have been caught off-guard too.
(Reuters) - The freak cold spell that has killed at least 21 Americans and shut down power for days in Texas has revived scientific discussion over whether climate change could be delivering this week's chill.