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Venice, Italy is reducing the number of tourists its gondolas can carry, because so many are overweight they dangerously lower the boats in the water, a gondolier association said.
Facebook Inc was told by the UK’s antitrust regulator to take action to ensure the Giphy unit it bought earlier this year can still be run independently.
HONG KONG, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- Jimmy Lai Chee-ying, an instigator of the Hong Kong riots, and nine other people were arrested Monday, with some of them suspected of breaching the national security law in Hong Kong, according to Hong Kong police and local media.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The volcanic ash from Mount Sinabung, which erupted at 11.37am Monday (Aug 10) on Indonesia's Sumatra island, is expected to affect the northern and east coast states of the peninsula.
BEIRUT (AP): Lebanon’s Cabinet has resigned over last week's devastating blast at the Beirut port, the health minister said, a decision that was made under pressure as several ministers quit or expressed their intention to step down.
Microsoft Corp's bid to carve out parts of TikTok from its Chinese owner ByteDance will be a technically complex endeavour that could test the patience of President Donald Trump's administration, according to sources familiar with the setup.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Concerns are rising across Europe that the coronavirus-induced slump in oil prices could knock demand for recycled plastics but data is still patchy on how the pandemic has affected the amount of trash piling up, the European Union's environment chief said.
European utilities are having to speed up the adoption of new technologies as the coronavirus crisis forces them to use software, not people, to steer critical infrastructure including plants and grids
JOHOR BARU: The police were able to arrest three people involved in wildlife poaching, thanks to information provided by Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar.
President Donald Trump’s bans on two popular Chinese social media apps – TikTok and WeChat – are the latest moves in an escalating US-China rift, and point to a future where technology and innovation are increasingly walled behind political barriers.