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French media organisations lodged a complaint against Google to the country's competition authority on Nov 19 over the US Internet giant's refusal to pay for displaying their content.
How Baidu Baike has faced off against Wikipedia to build the world’s largest online Chinese encyclopaedia
Transition from hard format encyclopaedias to open-source encyclopaedias has raised some quality-of-information issues though.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Strong winds stoked more than 100 fires across Australia's east coast on Tuesday, blanketing Sydney in hazardous smoke and prompting health warnings for the country's most populous city.
Malachi Edwin Vethamani charts Malaysia’s short story landscape with his anthology in English, to be launched at the George Town Literary Fest this month.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rising temperatures, lightning strikes and erratic winds are set to fan wildfires in Australia in the week ahead, officials said on Sunday, with emergency crews already working day and night to contain more than 130 blazes.
Beijing’s integrationist vision and Hong Kong protestors’ demand for a Western-style democracy illustrate a central dichotomy which needs to be addressed.
Apple has announced the 16in Macbook Pro after months of rumours. This model is the segment's most powerful iteration to date.
IPOH: Why restrict the hiring of women to only 30% if there are many good and capable ones – that is the question posed by former International Trade and Industry Minister Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
IPOH: There should not be any restricted quota in hiring women in government agencies and private sectors, says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
TOKYO (Reuters) - In the chill pre-dawn hours of Friday, Japan's Emperor Naruhito emerged from a shrine compound where he had spent a symbolic night with the sun goddess from whom conservatives believe his family descends, completing the rituals of his accession.