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Basque chocolatiers recreate 'Guernica' in show of skill and cultural pride
GUERNICA, Spain, (Reuters) - A group of chocolatiers in Spain's Basque Country are creating a version of "Guernica", Pablo Picasso's masterpiece representing the bombing of a small Basque town in 1937, to showcase their skills and celebrate their cultural heritage.
PETALING JAYA: Public approval for Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin remains stable at 67% amidst concern over the Covid-19 pandemic, says a recently-concluded national survey of Peninsular Malaysia voters.
The collapse of the group’s leadership has provoked debate in the artificial-intelligence community over how serious the company is about supporting the work of the Ethical AI group – and ultimately whether the tech industry can reliably hold itself in check while developing technologies that touch virtually every area of people’s lives.
CONTRIBUTING to public health and economic recovery in the post-Covid-19 era is vital both at the state and national level, according to Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Seven Southeast Asian leaders are expected to attend a summit with head of Myanmar's junta to discuss the crisis caused by the military coup, according to diplomats and officials in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital where Saturday's meeting will be held.
Switzerland and the European Union have been wrangling for years over a draft treaty produced in 2018 that would formalise ties now governed by a patchwork of bilateral accords and create a more effective platform to resolve disputes.
Today being Earth Day, pick up a book that contributes to the age-old discussion of humans and their relationship to the environment.