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KUCHING: Sarawak has unveiled its latest special assistance package totalling RM285.47mil for discounts on utilities and rental for the first six months of this year.
SHAH ALAM: About 40 houses in Kampung Kebun Bunga, Section 22, here, were damaged following heavy rain and hail that hit the area this on Thursday (Jan 27) afternoon.
SINGAPORE/BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand's state oil and gas explorer looks set to take over Myanmar's biggest gas field, as TotalEnergies and Chevron Corp exit in the wake of last year's military coup in the South-East Asian state, analysts say.
In its 91 years, Havana, Cuba’s majestic Hotel Nacional has borne witness to some of the biggest events of Cuban history.
YANGON: The World Bank is maintaining a bleak outlook for Myanmar in the wake of last year’s military coup and the ongoing pandemic, according to its latest Myanmar economic monitor, released yesterday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon signed a U.S.-backed deal with Jordan on Wednesday that aims to ease crippling power shortages by transmitting electricity across neighbouring Syria, after Washington assured Beirut it should not fear https://www.reuters.com/article/lebanon-crisis-energy-usa-idAFL1N2TU11N its sanctions on Damascus.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): The World Bank has recommended 20 actions that address three priority areas for Vietnam’s successful offshore wind industry.
The British colonial government’s narrative was largely one of overwhelming success. It aimed to portray the new villages as a paradise which the villagers eagerly embraced.
BEIJING (China Daily/Asia News Network): China is taking solid steps to foster green and low-carbon development as it embarks on a path toward carbon neutrality, industry experts said.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba rejected on Tuesday accusations by rights groups and diplomats that its court system had unfairly jailed protesters following widespread unrest on the island in July, defending recent trials as just and in line with Cuban law.