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A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Chairman, Alliance For Safe Community.
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.
PARIS (AFP): Of the 100 cities worldwide most vulnerable to environmental hazards all but one are in Asia, and most are in India or China, according to a risk assessment published Thursday (May 13).
(Reuters) - California clean-air regulators want nearly all trips on Uber and Lyft ride-hailing platforms to be in electric vehicles, mandating costly measures that the companies call unrealistic without more public subsidies for EVs.
Ndeye Yacine Dieng and the other women who process fish weathered the pandemic by relying on each other. They’re accustomed to being breadwinners - for it is estimated that each working woman in Senegal feeds seven or eight family members.
BEIJING: Vehicle sales in China rose 8.6% in April versus the same month a year earlier, their 13th consecutive month of gains, industry data showed on Wednesday, as the world's biggest car market leads the sector's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Researchers in Singapore have found a way of controlling a Venus flytrap using electric signals from a smartphone, an innovation they hope will have a range of uses from robotics to employing the plants as environmental sensors.
Americans lobbying in support of racial equity can use a data tool launched on May 6 to illustrate inequalities faced by their communities around housing, wages and more.