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(Reuters) - Cat owners who love to take pictures of their furry friends now have a new excuse to pull out their smartphones and take a snapshot: it may actually help the cat.
From anime samurai to miniature Olympians, these artists are giving the Tokyo Olympics a creative spin
When we succeed, it doesn’t make us better than anyone else – similarly, when we encounter hard times, it does not reduce our worth.
The paper says that Korean government needs to prioritise job creation to solve unemployment in the long-run.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): United States Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will become the first member of President Joe Biden's Cabinet to visit South-east Asia this week, seeking to emphasise the importance Washington places on fortifying ties in the region while pushing back against China.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets were mixed Tuesday (July 27) with confidence at a premium after the previous day's sell-off, with investors keeping a wary eye on China following its latest crackdown on a range of sectors.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Australia scraped into the quarter-finals of the Olympic Rugby Sevens on Tuesday, after a wet morning session completed the pool stages at the Tokyo Stadium, and will face defending champions Fiji in the knockout round.
IT was a birth that made international news. Born on July 25, 1978 in England, Louise Joy Brown is known as the world’s first “test tube baby”, conceived via in vitro fertilisation (IVF). Her birth was kept confidential initially.
According to a recent survey, a whopping 86% of young Americans want to be a social media content creator. They see other young people earning fame and fortune by doing what they love and sharing it online.
(Reuters) - Cyprus. Cuba. Turkey. Canada. Northern Ireland. Antarctica. All recorded their hottest-ever temperatures in the last two years, and according to a new study, more such extremes are coming.