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BERLIN (Reuters) - Turkey's military offensive in neighbouring Syria is raising tensions among Germany's large Turkish, Kurdish and Syrian Arab communities, who are bitterly divided over the operation and have made conflicting demands of Berlin on how to respond.
JOHOR BARU: In March last year, Fadzura Aziz’s life changed forever.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Emperor Naruhito is set to proclaim his enthronement to the world next week in a centuries-old ceremony attended by some 2,500 people, including heads of state and other dignitaries from nearly 200 countries.
CHINESE calligraphy is part and parcel of Chinese culture and a prized visual art form.
PETALING JAYA: Port Dickson MP Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim claimed he was served rotten fish "all the time" when he was serving time in prison.
TOKYO (Reuters) - New Japanese Emperor Naruhito is set to proclaim his enthronement to the world next week in a centuries-old ceremony attended by some 2,500 people, including heads of state and other dignitaries from nearly 200 countries.
The Asia-Pacific region is awash in crystal meth. A multinational task force is on the trail of a China-born Canadian national who, police tell Reuters, is the suspected kingpin of a vast drug network that is raking in up to US$17bil a year.
China was once eager to spend on US brands. Then citizens of the world’s biggest country shifted their allegiances.
PETALING JAYA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) need to increase their capability and competency in order to perform better during slow economic growth.
THE Malayan Teachers Training College (MTTC), Kirkby, England, was dissolved in December 1962, with the last intake of 150 qualified teachers undergoing a one-year “trainers” course.