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Global warming is not just causing a climate crisis, it is also directly affecting human health right now.
THE gifting of mooncakes to family and friends remains a treasured tradition of the Mid-Autumn Festival which will be celebrated tomorrow.
US secretary of state initially put the post up on September 16 but took it down and issued a more muted sentiment, drawing criticism and questionsA spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry’s Hong Kong office criticised ‘irresponsible comments from certain US politicians’ on Hong Kong
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Magdalena Andersson is favourite to become Sweden's prime minister when her Social Democrat colleague Stefan Lofven steps down in November, but major challenges face the current finance minister if she is to keep the top job longer than a few months.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's southeastern province of Fujian, the focus of the country's latest Covid-19 outbreak, reported its fifth straight day of new local infections, though cases remained contained in three cities on the coast.
HIS work often puts a smile on people’s face, but little is known about CW Kee.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (Sept 14)
The paper says allowing the tourism sector to fully reopen does not mean any let-up in vigilance against Covid-19.
Disappointed, Family Frontiers hope Government withdraws appeal against recent High Court decision.
Sunil and his band, Gypsies, were stalwarts of baila, a form of music popular in Sri Lanka that is a remnant of Portuguese colonisation.