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WeRide said on July 10 that it has become the first autonomous company to start fully driverless vehicle testing in China.
Kuma: Japanese emergency services and troops scrambled to reach thousands of homes cut off by catastrophic flooding and landslides that have killed dozens and caused widespread damage.
THE new Tanjung Berembang bridge development project costing RM25.8mil, which connects Taman Victoria to Tanjung Berembang in Nibong Tebal on the Penang mainland, will be fully completed by October.
VISITORS to the Tasik Teratai 8 Timur Community Farm in Section 8, Shah Alam, are greeted by beautifully landscaped plots filled with lush vegetables and fruit trees, a testament to the hard work put in by the residents.
TAMAN Cheras Perdana residents in Cheras, Selangor, are urging the authorities to clear tree branches and debris clogging a drain along Jalan Cheras Perdana.
TAIZ/ADEN (Reuters) - In Yemen's Taiz, cemetery supervisor Dabwan al-Makhlaafi had to hire mechanical diggers to keep up with demand for new graves at a cemetery originally built for fallen government fighters, as coronavirus spreads through the war-torn country.
US electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc is "very close" to Level-5 autonomous driving technology, its chief executive, Elon Musk, said on Thursday.
TAKAYAMA, Japan (AFP): Japanese emergency services and troops were scrambling on Thursday (July 9) to reach thousands of homes cut off by devastating flooding and landslides that have killed dozens and caused widespread damage.
LONDON: Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will unveil a £2bil (US$2.5bil) programme to pay the wages of more than 200,000 young workers as he tries to pull the UK economy out of the deepest slump in centuries.
Malaysian indigenous artist pays tribute to his Semai tribe's way of life in children's book 'Let The Maps Speak!'