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Netflix series 'Ju-On: Origins' conjures up sense of dread around everyday items like phones.
It is important that reports like those of the investigation results of the Hospital Sultanah Aminah fire be made public so that lessons can be learnt.
There’s a bright future for high-end trips as more people are hiring private jets as an alternative to commercial flying.
While the coronavirus isn't hitting children as hard as adults, the economic effects of Covid-19 appear to be having a disproportionate effect on young people in one vital area: hunger.
KYIV (Reuters) - Ukraine said on Friday that its first round of talks with Iran about the downing of a Ukrainian airliner shortly after takeoff in Tehran in January had been constructive, and that it was determined "to bring Iran to justice".
The days of lightly snoozing, trimming your nails or messily eating a sandwich during a conference call may be coming to an end, if VR Education Holding Plc, the best performer on Ireland’s benchmark stock Index in the first half of 2020, has its way.
BEIJING: China stocks closed higher on Friday in choppy trading amid uncertainties in coronavirus resurgence, while liquidity and retail investor enthusiasm fuelled the main indexes to post the biggest monthly percentage rises since February last year.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): Government auditors said they found “dishonesty and falsification” in the financial records of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp (PhilHealth) that were intended to conceal the true financial condition of the state insurer.
Critical digital rights battles over privacy, free speech and anonymity are increasingly being fought in video games, a growing market that is becoming a “new political arena”, experts and insiders said on July 30.
Australia’s government has ordered Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google to share revenue generated from news articles, adding to growing global regulatory and political pushback against the digital giants.