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After the world missed out on a year of negotiations on climate change due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there is an added urgency for every country, including Malaysia, to get going on saving planet Earth.
Some 600,000 children have a parent in prison on any given day in the European Union but prison visits aren't ever easy.
Our columnist, like so many of us, is getting tired of this pandemic. But what can we do?
The architecture and the artefacts found in the fort of Limassol reflect the broad history of Cyprus
Pat Smith founded the association "The Final Straw" to clean up the beaches of Charlestown in Cornwall.
Our columnist shares some common Covid-19 vaccine myths he has come across, and the actual facts relating to them.
Instead of just being all about the clothes, China Fashion Week turns political – with designers and attendees voicing out their support for cotton produced in Xinjiang.
An avowed Europhile, the late John le Carre was also an outspoken critic of Brexit
The first batch of Covid-19 vaccines completed locally was manufactured without a hitch, thanks to intensive preparations and investments.
A stroll through the historical city of Pompeii during the pandemic.