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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists are marvelling over the exquisitely preserved skull of what appears to be the smallest-known bird - tinier than any hummingbird - encased in 99-million-year-old amber and boasting many odd traits including jaws studded with numerous puny teeth.
JAKARTA: The Bali resort island, one of he top tourist centres in Indonesia and big attraction for world travellers, will soon levy a green tax on tourists to support the sustainable tourism industry, a tourism board official said on Tuesday (March 10).
KUCHING: More than 100 bone fragments that were originally found in Sarawak’s Niah Caves will be home after being abroad for more than 40 years.
KUCHING: Prehistoric skeletal collection from the Niah Cave taken to the United States in the 1960s are on their way back to Sarawak.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday (March 3) criticised a performance by the Royal Ballet of Cambodia in Singapore, saying it insulted Cambodian culture and arts because a Singaporean magician performed in front of them as they sat in prayer behind him.
LANDSCAPE entities play a vital role in shaping and balancing physical developments particularly in the urban areas. With rapid urban growth, guidelines for sustainable planning and management are equally pertinent to ensure the well-being of urban dwellers and environmental balance.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Environment Ministry has fired two senior climate officials, leaving the posts vacant at a time when the country is under growing scrutiny for the greenhouse gases released by clearing the Amazon rainforest.
PETALING JAYA: A group of concerned Malaysians have voiced their disagreement over attempts to bring down the present government and form a new coalition.