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This reader confides in Thelma about her loneliness and how her ex-boyfriend contacted her after her mum passed away. She asks if she should keep in touch with him for physical needs.
It was our year of living dangerously, when all those warnings from scientists, all those apocalyptic science fiction movies and books, became a reality.
In the new TV show 'Miss Back', former idols share the pains and struggles they endured in the hidden shadows of the glamorous industry.
Yeli Monique Kam, only the second woman to run for the presidency of Burkina Faso, said she was motivated by a desire to boost girls' education and get more women into public service.
Northern Cyprus has reopened the beach area of an abandoned resort in no-man’s land, a move condemned by Greek Cypriots and likely to conjure up memories of the 1974 Turkish invasion that partitioned the island.
Make a trip to the war memorials on Remembrance Day for a reminder of the struggles in achieving the country’s independence. Remembrance Day is observed on Nov 11 annually in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries to remember the end of World War I.
Sometimes, a trip to a foreign country is not complete without a visit to a museum or historical site, to learn more about the destination’s past.
The Penang War Museum’s prime seafront hillside location in Batu Maung affords a magnificent view of the Strait of Malacca. Originally a military fortress built by the British in the 1930s, its scenic location, however, is just a fleeting distraction for visitors.
Dark tourism – still largely untapped in Malaysia – offers travellers a glimpse into a grim past worth learning about.
Just in time for Halloween, here are some movies that will scare the daylights out of you.