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Irish author Sam McBratney, whose 'Guess How I Much Love You" became bedtime reading for millions of families, has died.
ASWAN, Egypt (Reuters) - A granite inscription tells us that for seven years during the reign of the ancient Egyptian king Djoser, the Nile failed to go through its annual flooding cycle, causing a devastating drought and famine.
An attempt to get a bird's eye view of an ancient tradition instead yields something more profound - witnessing friendship between a man and his feathered friend.
Vast quantities of raw satellite imagery and data will be distilled into an online platform showing how water ecosystems have changed, and how countries can manage them to prevent further loss, said Google and the United Nations.
CHAKMAKUL REFUGEE CAMP, Bangladesh (Reuters) - The Rohingya refugees who live in shacks clinging to these steep, denuded hills in southern Bangladesh pray that the sandbags fortifying the slopes will survive the upcoming monsoon.
Venue: Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MiTEC), Hall 8, K. Lumpur Dates: Sept 17-23
ISTANBUL: Saudi Aramco, which plans what could be the world’s biggest initial public offering (IPO), will invest more than US$300bil over the next decade to maintain its spare oil-production capacity and explore for more natural gas, president and chief executive officer Amin Nasser said.