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SIBU: There is a replica of the Titanic in Kampung Selalang, Sarikei, and it is proving to be a crowd puller.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc's smartphone shipments jumped 22% to record levels in the fourth quarter, making it the world's biggest seller, while those for Huawei plunged as U.S. sanctions took effect.
NEW DELHI (The Straits Times/ANN): China and India appear to have made progress in talks on Sunday (Jan 24) to end the nine-month-border dispute, despite yet another clash between their border troops last week.
JAKARTA, Jan 23 (AFP): Relatives of 62 people killed when an Indonesian passenger jet slammed into the sea scattered flowers at the crash site on Friday evening (Jan 23), as investigators look for clues to why the plane dropped from the sky minutes after takeoff.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Victoria state recorded its 17th straight day without any new local coronavirus cases on Saturday as officials focus on keeping the community separated from staff and players here for next month's Australia Open.
PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians are still finding it hard to break their bad habits from last year as a rising number of people has continued to flout Covid-19 preventive measures since the start of the new year.
THE issue of raw material shortage is a major trouble facing the timber industry, but industry players are working hand-in-hand with the government to address the situation - a vital step forward, as plywood products were the second largest contributor (RM3.4bil) to Malaysia’s RM22.5bil wood-based products export in 2019.
When a pro-Trump mob stormed into the US Capitol on Jan 6, rioters didn’t just smash windows and break furniture. They also pilfered at least two laptops: one from the office of Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley, another from a conference room used by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Fairs will run in their traditional format with more stringent crowd-control measures to minimise infection risks, government sources sayFlower growers say reversal has come too late but politicians across the political divide welcome the move