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HONG KONG: Hong Kong police defused two homemade bombs at a local Catholic school, in a reminder of the potential for escalation in the restive financial centre after a lull in protest violence.
PARIS (Reuters) - Public sector workers marched peacefully through cities across France on Tuesday, heeding a call by trade unions to stage one of the biggest protests in decades in a revolt against President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform.
GUWAHATI (India): Protestors in northeast India set fire to tyres and cut down trees to block roads on Tuesday (Dec 10) in a shutdown across the region hours after lawmakers approved the government's new citizenship bill.
M’sia still holds to ‘hierarchy of humans’, deeming some as superior to the rest, says Marina Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia still holds to the concept of "hierarchy of human beings", where some are deemed superior to others, says Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir.
SHANGHAI (ANN): Top scores made by Chinese teenagers in a recent global academic test indicate the British government has made a good move by importing the Shanghai-style math mastery method into English schools over the last five years.
SINGAPORE (ANN): from Jan 1, those who subscribe to Netflix and other overseas digital services will have to pay a 7% goods and services tax (GST).
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Jakarta: Thousands of students in Central Java took to the streets to declare support for the country’s anti-corruption efforts during Car Free Day on Pahlawan Road in the provincial capital of Semarang.
Beijing: Schools should use standard, simplified Chinese in teaching, based on relevant laws, the Ministry of Education said recently, playing down concerns that the use of simplified Chinese is detrimental to preserving cultural heritage.
PETALING JAYA: Artificial intelligence (AI) needs humans and it will not replace investigative journalism, say panellists at the 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC) in Hamburg, Germany.