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TOKYO (Reuters) - The Olympic Games has the power to catapult athletes from obscurity to the front pages and prime-time television and yet, ensconced in their bubble in Tokyo, it can sometimes be hard for them to take in the enormity of their achievements.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (July 300
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China will step up oversight of its ride-hailing and on-demand trucking companies from Didi Global Inc to Full Truck Alliance Co, adding to a widening campaign by Beijing to rein in its internet sector.
A letter from MEENAKSHI RAMAN, President, Sahabat Alam Malaysia
BEIRUT (Reuters) -Lebanese politician Saad al-Hariri abandoned his months-long effort to form a new government on Thursday, dimming the chances of a cabinet being agreed any time soon that could start rescuing the country from financial meltdown.
FAR from embracing for what some dub the “great reflation” or even the “new abnormal”, bond markets are starting to see a post-pandemic world much like the one before Covid-19 struck.
Though no fossil fuels are burned in hydropower plants, the reservoirs release millions of tonnes of methane and carbon dioxide as vegetation decays underwater.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Wednesday (June 30)
Scientists from NASA and a half-dozen universities from Boston to California aim to create computer models that can be used with satellite data to let countries around the world learn which parts of their dwindling deltas can be shored up and which are past hope.
DENPASAR, Bali (AP): Rescuers searched into the night Tuesday (June 29) for three missing people after a ferry sank with more than 50 people onboard in rough seas near Indonesia’s resort island of Bali, killing at least six people, officials said.