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Many destinations around the world are worth preserving and maintaining for generations to come.
THE 130-year-old Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang is open to the public, except the mid-section where one of the prayer rooms in the main shrine hall was damaged in a fire.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Water-scarce Egypt aims to more than quadruple desalination capacity by granting private companies concessions from its sovereign wealth fund to build 17 plants over the next five years with sustainable solar energy.
NEW YORK: After a bumper third quarter, the world’s number two iron ore miner is cutting back on lower quality supply after prices of the steelmaking ingredient plunged.
HERNANDARIAS, Paraguay (Reuters) - The giant Itaipu hydroelectric power plant, wedged between Paraguay and Brazil on the Parana River, is facing an energy crunch amid record low river and rainfall levels that experts say could last into next year.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - At least 34 people have died following days of heavy rains in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand, the state's chief minister said, as rescuers continued work to free those stranded on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Climate change is posing a threat to the production levels of Malaysia’s staple food, rice, and this is expected to have an adverse impact on the nation’s rice security.
The Party and the State always acknowledge the contributions and sacrifice made by frontline medical forces in the fight against Covid-19, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh yesterday at a meeting with representatives of the forces nationwide.