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That's a scent-sitive question. Spoiler: It's not pheromones!
LONDON: The war in Ukraine has exposed the vulnerability of the energy industry across Europe, but the United Kingdom market is looking increasingly perilous for suppliers and consumers for reasons closer to home.
DATUK Dr N.K.S. Tharmaseelan is turning 70 in September but the good doctor, and soon-to-be lawyer, is not resting on his laurels. Successful by any measure, he is in continuous pursuit of knowledge because it energises him and keeps him going, as well as helps him stave off dementia.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Vietnam has not reported any cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children, but health authorities and facilities must closely monitor the disease, strengthen testing of suspected cases of acute hepatitis and immediately report unusual cases, the Ministry of Health has announced.
Collaborative effort with top experts bears fruit with skull base surgical manual.
A wildlife biologist pays tribute to his mum, who he describes as 'a complete original, the life of every party, and a perfect Korean drama companion'.
No one is exempt from the long arm of the law, but everyone is innocent until proven guilty.
New York-based Etsy, which boasts sales of US$5bil (RM21.62bil) a year from around five million sellers and 90 million buyers, drew fury for hiking the fees it charges its small traders.