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SINGAPORE, Aug 15 (The Straits Times/ANN): The Republic's investment company Temasek has called out posts on social media targeting its Indian employees as a "divisive, racist campaign" aimed at stirring up hatred and intolerance.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Beirut's seismic explosion propelled the scarred Lebanese capital 30 years back in time with a violence scarcely imaginable even to a country that has endured so many wars, invasions, occupations, air strikes, car bombs and assassinations.
TAIWANESE pop star Show Lo seems to be trying to make a comeback following his cheating scandal only to receive scorn from Internet users, reported China Press.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Two migrant workers from Myanmar on death row in Thailand for the 2014 murder of two British backpackers had their sentences commuted to life in prison on Friday thanks to a royal decree, their lawyer said.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey said on Friday that history will not forget and never forgive the "hypocritical behaviour" of the United Arab Emirates in agreeing a deal with Israel to normalise relations.
Eating shows originated from South Korea before gaining popularity globally via videos featuring broadcasters consuming a large quantity of food. In a Weibo poll, more than 50% of roughly 155,000 respondents said that while they enjoyed watching eating shows they would say ‘no’ to food waste.
Social workers are at the forefront of helping those in need, yet their work is not recognised as an actual profession. The proposed Social Work Bill hopes to address this issue.
Fall in motor vehicle sales weighs on industry
BEIJING: China warned some United States officials not to have illusions on issues concerning China’s core interests after US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar’s visit to Taiwan, and urged him to stop criticising China’s anti-pandemic efforts.
JOHOR BARU: Johor wants to reduce the number of smokers in the state and is reaching out to youngsters to stop them from smoking through the IMFree programme.