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SAN MIGUELITO, Mexico (Reuters) - Neighbours of the American families murdered in northern Mexico this week worry the massacre will spell the end for two villages that have grown to rely on one another since breakaway Mormons set up home in the isolated hills decades ago.
New US research has found that preschool-age children who use more screen-based media show structural differences in the brain, which could affect their language and literacy skills.
With a median salary of RM2,308 and an average of RM3,087 a month, Malaysians say they are barely making enough to survive, much less plan for the future.
FRONTLINE and shift workers in the public sector will have access to more childcare facilities in the future.
KUALA LUMPUR: Academician Tan Sri Dr Zakri Abdul Hamid, activist Zainah Anwar and the founders of the Dignity for Children Foundation have received awards from the United Nations.
JOHOR BARU: The state government wants to empower more women to take up top positions in both private and public companies.
KUALA LUMPUR: Scholar Tan Sri Zakri Abdul Hamid, activist and The Star's columnist Zainah Anwar and founders of Dignity for Children Foundation were honoured with the United Nations Award 2019.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Dramatic falls in population in Southeast Europe as young people seek opportunities abroad are threatening the ability of countries in the region to maintain vital social services, the United Nations warned on Monday.
From NAZIHAH MUHAMAD NOOR of Kuala Lumpur.
YANGON:Myanmar’s Second Vice President U Henry Van Thio called for promoting inclusive and special education programmes for intellectually disabled children, its education ministry said.YANGON:Myanmar’s Second Vice President U Henry Van Thio called for promoting inclusive and special education programmes for intellectually disabled children, its education ministry said.