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A young fisherman-turned-entrepreneur from Johor starts a market that ensures local fishermen are offered a fair price for their catch.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Thursday it disagreed with some statements in an agreement between the United States and Germany on the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, insisting that Russia had never used energy as a tool of political pressure.
(Reuters) - The British government has been urged to mandate a minimum standard protocol for concussions across sports in a bid to reduce the risk of brain injuries among athletes, according to a parliament committee report published on Thursday.
The sight of a teenager engrossed in their phone or chatting with someone while online gaming is so common these days, it is easy to become complacent and forget that sexual predators have a new platform to groom potential victims.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Martine Moise, the widow of Haiti's assassinated president Jovenel Moise, returned to the Caribbean nation on Saturday for his funeral after she was treated in a Miami hospital for injuries sustained during the July 7 attack at their private residence.
The global financial landscape, especially in Asia, is being redrawn amid digitalisation of the financial sector, propelled by both the regulators and fintech innovators.
DURBAN, South Africa (Reuters) -South Africa plans to deploy up to 25,000 soldiers in two provinces where security forces are struggling to quell days of looting, arson and violence, its defence minister told a parliamentary committee on Wednesday, according to local news channel eNCA.
The United States on Sunday evening (July 11) repeated a warning to China that an attack on Philippine armed forces in the South China Sea would trigger a 1951 US-Philippines mutual defence treaty.
Last year, companies around the US scrambled to figure out how to shut down their offices and set up their employees for remote work as the Covid-19 virus suddenly bore down on the world.
As restrictions have begun lifting across the country, Elissa Montanti faces a new set of hurdles unique to a post-pandemic world. In addition to "knocking on doors” to recruit volunteers to her cause, disease prevention protocols have become critical.