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In a country where women are largely treated as dependents of men, a ruling by Zimbabwe's Supreme Court in June that entitles married couples to an equal share of their property upon divorce was hailed as historic by women's rights advocates.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Militants have stepped up attacks on security forces in northwest Pakistan raising fears of a revival of their insurgency and a return of lawlessness as brighter prospects for peace in Afghanistan herald shifting Islamist alliances.
The writer recounts the days when his father was a taxi driver and some of the highlights of his career.
An initiative to help Orang Asli families in Malaysia wins three awards in international competition
The Jungle School Gombak Malaysia, an initiative to help Orang Asli families, wins three awards in an international invention innovation competition.
Check out these wonderful drawings by Malaysian children on the topic, Underwater World.
Regular heavy-hitters like Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren were missing from the lineup. Less-experienced designers however, have seized the opportunity to fill the empty spots and get their due exposure.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Lee Westwood said that he was reluctant to travel anywhere for tournaments amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but speaking to his fellow professionals eased his concerns about playing in the U.S. Open.
This fantasy film starts promisingly, but fizzles out in the end.
Here is a list of organisations that do their part to help the hearing-impaired.
Bringing shopping malls online could be the answer to a problem that’s gnawed at e-commerce for years, namely how to slash delivery costs for the “last mile” before a product reaches its buyer, according to the chief executive of Citycon Oyj.