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While digitilisation provides some respite for Malaysia's coronavirus-battered handicraft sector, it takes love and awareness from the public to sustain our local craft makers.
GEORGE TOWN: Hotels in Penang are facing the possibility of a temporary or permanent closure in the next few weeks following the latest movement control order.
MELAKANS living along the state’s coastline always fear any talk of reclamation.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Transforming the site of what once was a Soviet-era car factory into a state-of-the-art facility churning out Russia's COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V was the easy bit.
CAIRO (Reuters) - At weekends, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is often driven out to a road construction site in Cairo where he is pictured surveying stretches of recently poured asphalt and being briefed by workers.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - An ally of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said on Thursday his team could no longer organise formal street protests after a Russian state crackdown, but that "spontaneous" protests would take their place.
MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - As dawn broke over Mosul on Thursday, worshippers knelt between piles of rubble while Eid al-Fitr prayers took place in the city's oldest mosque for the first time since Islamic State was driven out of the area in 2017.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - In September, a New York auction house had a rare treasure up for sale: a five-centuries-old letter revealing political intrigue involving Hernán Cortés, the famed leader of the Spanish force that colonized what is modern-day Mexico.
Traditional Malay wood carver Muhaimin Hasbollah says resilience is what gets us through tough times
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters): Palestinian fighters fired more rockets into Israel's commercial heartland on Thursday as Israel kept up a punishing bombing campaign in the Gaza Strip and massed tanks and troops on the enclave's border.