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US President Donald Trump’s campaign is inadvertently funding Chinese state media outlets and entities tied to the Kremlin through automated advertisements on YouTube, according to a study of thousands of videos on the Google service.
LONDON: European banks committed to backing action on climate change face allegations of double standards from indigenous groups in Ecuador after a report named them as major players in the trade in oil from the Amazon rainforest.
SEOUL: Shin Yun-sun describes her life as a maze of dead ends.
YANGON, Aug. 11 (Xinhua): Myanmar authorities recently seized over 103 tonness of illegal timber in Bago region in one week, according to a release from the forest department under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation on Tuesday.
MALAYSIAN universities are now shifting gears to welcome their students to campus again upon receiving the green light from the Higher Education Ministry.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon fell about 27% in July from a year earlier for the first time in 15 months, even as clearing increased 34.5% over that period, according to preliminary data from space research agency INPE on Friday.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - No Turkish hospitals are operating at capacity because of the coronavirus pandemic, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Thursday, after Reuters quoted doctors as saying some dedicated intensive care units (ICU) were full.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Victoria state recorded its second-highest day of new coronavirus infections on Friday, one day after logging record deaths, as the state's leader flagged the prospect of more rigorous steps to contain the spread of the disease.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's factory output in June jumped at the sharpest pace in more than 11 years and much faster than expected, data showed on Friday, signalling hopes of a recovery in the coronavirus-struck economy