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JAKARTA (Xinhua): Indonesia will distribute working capital assistance for 9 million small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to help them revive businesses which have been dashed by the novel coronavirus pandemic, a minister said here on Wednesday (Aug 12)
PETALING JAYA: A team has been dispatched to investigate and analyse the cause of the road tragedy in Simpang Pulai, where seven were killed after the minivan they were in, crashed head-on into a trailer, says the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (Miros).
Facebook Inc will retire a controversial ad targeting option that let marketers reach users based on a "multicultural affinity” for certain racial and ethnic groups, including African Americans and Hispanics.
Women's groups put the media on notice in recent days that they will call out bias - one campaign is dubbed "We Have Her Back” - and established a "war room” to refute sexist or false attacks as they happen.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim has fended off criticism over the government's decision to allow the reopening of more schools amid the pandemic, defending the policy as a difficult but necessary trade-off to maintain students' spirit of learning in a time of crisis.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris as his running mate showed his commitment to Black voters, African-American activists said, but they warned it would not guarantee him the support he needs to win.
BENGALURU: Gold fell below the $1,900 per ounce level on Wednesday as a resurgent dollar prompted investors to reassess their positions after a record-breaking price rally.
TikTok collected device-specific addresses of users’ smartphones via its Android app for at least 15 months over 2018-19, using a technique that Google had banned developers from using without user consent, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A combination of coronavirus border closures and an unprecedented pressure campaign by a South Korean government keen to engage with North Korea may destroy networks defectors have long used to start new lives, activist groups say.
(Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday announced that U.S. Senator Kamala Harris of California would be his running mate in the Nov. 3 election.