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Inaugural World Urban Games looking for street cred in Budapest

LONDON (Reuters) - An abandoned market hall, with concrete walls daubed in graffiti, provides a perfect backdrop for the inaugural World Urban Games starting in Budapest on Friday.

Here are some tips on how to practise mindfulness

Mindfulness is a good tool to help you stay focused in the present and help to decrease your levels of stress and anxiety.

Google’s enemies sharpen complaints as DOJ opens antitrust probe

The looming US antitrust investigation of Google is galvanising as many as a dozen companies to gather their longstanding complaints about the Alphabet Inc unit and consider bringing them to the Justice Department as the probe gets underway, according to people familiar with the matter.

US$400bil Japanese wave of cash may be heading overseas

TOKYO: Japanese investors faced the first trading day of a new era yesterday with fresh eyes but an old problem – where to put their money abroad.

One key to change is on our plates

A letter from PROFESSOR SAYED AZAM-ALI, Chief executive officer, Crops For the Future, Semenyih, Selangor.

Detective dogs sniff out electronic devices in fight against child porn

Child pornographers, rather than downloading evidence onto a computer, would download evidence onto a removable device and then hide that device in their house. Here’s where specially trained dogs can sniff them out.

Group hopes new govt can revive search for missing pastors, activist

KUALA LUMPUR: NGO Citizen Action Group on Enforced Disappearance hopes that the newly-formed pakatan Harapan government will revive efforts to find missing Pastor Raymond Koh, Amri Che Mat, Pastor Joshua Hilmy and Ruth Sitepu.

Kids whip up magic on 'Top Chef Junior'

These kids on 'Top Chef Junior' can put some of us to shame when it comes to whipping up meals in the kitchen.

Anxious Hong Kong Catholics told to make leap of faith over China deal

HONG KONG (Reuters) - A looming deal between the Vatican and China is causing divisions between the church hierarchy and Catholics in Hong Kong, which has long been a vital beachhead for the faith on the southern edge of officially atheist China.