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GEORGE TOWN: Despite scoring 9A+, Bryan Cheong felt a little down because there was no chance to go to school to meet his buddies to get their results.
WE are globally interconnected – now more than ever in human history.
SCHIERS, Switzerland (Reuters) - As a scientist counts down "3-2-1", five neon-colored orbs are lowered from a helicopter hovering overhead and released. The orbs barrel down the Swiss mountain, toppling beech and spruce trees as they pick up speed.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's defence minister prompted criticism on Thursday for urging Nigerians not to "be cowards" and to stand up to armed bandits, while security forces embarked on a mission to rescue 42 people kidnapped from a boarding school this week.
The pandemic found three of the world’s most prominent democracies shockingly underprepared, governed by leaders as incompetent as they were deluded.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said only three of 2,367 lorry drivers so far tested for COVID-19 were shown to be infected under an emergency testing regime that began this week to reopen the border with France and allow thousands of stranded truckers to return home.
WITH the uncertainties and upheaval caused by the unprecedented pandemic that swept the globe this year, celebrations have taken on a very different feel.
KUALA LUMPUR: Want to prevent yourself from falling victim to an online scam? For those who are still unaware, help is at hand – on your own smartphone or computer.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden square off on Tuesday in their first presidential debate. With five weeks to go until the Nov. 3 general election, the stakes are high.