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PETALING JAYA: It was an encouraging start for Micheal Tan to do more cashless spending, as the retiree paid RM6 for a packet of jackfruit from his Touch ‘n Go eWallet at the SS2 morning market.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Changi Airport's Terminal 2 is getting an extreme makeover, to allow the airport to handle even more passengers and to secure Singapore's status as a key aviation hub in the region.
WASHINGTON (Agencies) - The just-signed China-United States phase one economic and trade agreement bears both economic and political significance, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He said.
Singapore Pools' online Toto Quick Pick option hit by 2 software glitches; '49' left out of numbers generated
SINGAPORE (ANN): Punters using the Singapore Pools' online Toto Quick Pick option have been affected by two software glitches, one of which left the number '49' out of the numbers generated in their bets for a period of more than a year.
SEOUL: An Australian who was nabbed in North Korea last year over spy charges said he had been kidnapped by secret police and forced to make a false confession, according to an article written by him.
SEOUL (Reuters) - An Australian student who was briefly detained in North Korea last year over spy charges said he had been kidnapped by secret police and forced to make a false confession, according to an article written by him and seen by Reuters on Wednesday.
MIRI: Sarawakians aged 60 and above can start applying for the "Kenyalang Gold Card" on Wednesday (Jan 15) to enjoy special discounts and privileges at selected food outlets, retail stores and also various services.
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AIN AL-ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq (Reuters) - Nearly eight hours before Iran’s January 8 missile attack on U.S. forces at bases in Iraq, American and Iraqi soldiers at Ain al-Asad air base scrambled to move personnel and weaponry to fortified bunkers, two Iraqi officers stationed at the base told Reuters.
In the run-up to the election in Taiwan, candidates chose different cards to play – for example, people's livelihoods versus "political sovereignty". To secure a second term, Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Party played the "independence" card against the call for reunification, and used the "US card" to seek Washington's endorsement for their dirty game.