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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - U.S.-based economists Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for their work in fighting poverty that has helped millions of children around the world.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Thousands of Haitians packed the streets in Port-Au-Prince on Sunday to call for President Jovenel Moise's resignation, singing and dancing in a carnival-like protest led by artists after weeks of intensifying anti-government demonstrations.
PETALING JAYA: Child rights and women groups have reiterated calls for sex education in schools in view of the “insignificant” decrease in pregnancies among unmarried teenagers, despite many government initiatives being carried out over the years.
KUALA LUMPUR: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) estimates there is 150 million metric tonnes of plastic waste in the sea which is disrupting marine life.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his cabinet on Sunday that a Brexit deal was still possible but that there was significant work to be done to reach one, a spokeswoman from his office said in a statement.
KUALA LUMPUR: Universities should look at the Critical Occupations List and top associated skills to reduce mismatch of skills required for industries and enhance employability, says Talent Corporation Malaysia Bhd (TalentCorp).
HULU LANGAT (Bernama): Over 150 residents in Hulu Langat were relocated to a temporary relief centre at SK Sungai Serai here after their homes were inundated by flash floods, on Saturday (Oct 12) evening.
KOTA KINABALU: The free breakfast scheme for all 2.7mil primary pupils nationwide starting next year might not be the best unifying factor that the Education Ministry hopes it is, says Community Empowerment Initiative Sabah (CEI).
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong pro-democracy activists and riot police clashed in chaotic scenes around the city on Sunday, with police in riot gear chasing protesters through crowds of lunchtime shoppers.
LONDON (Reuters) - More than 300 scientists have endorsed a civil disobedience campaign aimed at forcing governments to take rapid action to tackle climate change, warning that failure could inflict "incalculable human suffering."