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WITH a broad smile on his face, Prof Dr Ewe Hong Tat ushered us into his room.
PENAMPANG: SM St Michael here made it into the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) for a 10th time with the most number of multipurpose pots (1,588) made from recycled detergent bottles.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon is closer to a financial crisis than at any time since at least the war-torn 1980s as allies, investors and this week nationwide protests pile pressure on the government to tackle a corrupt system and enact long-promised reforms.
Apple last week removed from its app store an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Mikhail Gorbachev, the last Soviet leader, warned on Friday that the world was drifting into a dangerous era of militarised politics and appealed to Moscow and Washington to sit down for urgent nuclear arms control talks.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan has decided to dispatch its own self-defence troops to the Strait of Hormuz area instead of joining the U.S.-coalition to protect merchant vessels passing through key Middle Eastern waterways, the Asahi newspaper reported.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple Inc
TOKYO (Reuters) - When Japan's youngest prince, Hisahito, visited Bhutan in August on his first overseas trip just months after his uncle Naruhito became emperor, his trip was regarded as the debut of a future monarch on the world stage.
LONDON: HSBC Holdings Plc may partially exit stock trading in some developed Western markets as part of a cost-cutting drive by Noel Quinn, the interim chief executive who wants the top job on a permanent basis.
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde has called on Spanish football authorities not to suspend or move their Clasico meeting with Real Madrid out of respect for the fans, following protests and demonstrations in Catalonia.