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In its 91 years, Havana, Cuba’s majestic Hotel Nacional has borne witness to some of the biggest events of Cuban history.
MELAKA: Former executive councillor Datuk Norhizam Hassan Baktee is offering to share his expertise on culling wild boars to the state government in a bid to minimise the damage caused by these animals.
The news of Indonesian security forces laying the final blow on terror group Mujahideen Indonesia Timur (MIT), has largely gone unreported in the region’s media.
THE Kek Lok Si Temple is taking on a fairy-tale look, with its Guan Yin pavilion, pagoda and temple grounds illuminated by thousands of lanterns and fairy lights for a fitting welcome to the Year of the Tiger.
MELAKA: Melaka's Telugu community will continue its charity and education programmes from its new office at Kota Cemerlang at Ayer Keroh here.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is asking for allocations to build a deep water port in the Kudat district, says Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin.
The winter landscape around the deep, blue mountain lakes of Band-e-Amir in the central Afghan province of Bamiyan presents an arresting spectacle empty of people – but the absence of visitors is costing locals dearly.
AT least 18 people were killed during clashes between two groups at a nightclub in the town of Sorong in Indonesia’s West Papua province, police said, with most dying after the venue caught fire.
THE lighting up of 2,000 lanterns at Sibu Gateway in Sibu, Sarawak, has enlivened the mood for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebration.