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A HIGHLY political moment - that was how the final meet-the-press session of former inspector-general of police (IGP) Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador struck many people.
One in five women in China said last year that they regret getting marriedConcerns about domestic violence, household responsibilities and unequal public policies fuel their doubts about marriage
The architecture and the artefacts found in the fort of Limassol reflect the broad history of Cyprus
This Earth Day, many are gearing up for 'revenge activism' after Covid-19 brought the global movement to a screeching halt.
THE Social Work Profession Bill, once passed, will lead to more opportunities for graduates in the field.
OSLO (AFP): The civil disobedience movement that has sprung up in Myanmar since the military coup has been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize, a Norwegian academic said Friday (March 26).
Matchmaking services using artificial intelligence help the pursuit of love
THE works of the late Royal Prof Ungku Abdul Aziz Ungku Abdul Hamid had been the catalyst for poverty eradication among Malaysia’s rural communities.
Alex Rosenblat, an author and labour researcher, wrote for years about how Uber Technologies Inc obscures pay structures, surveils drivers and creates systems that facilitate discrimination against those workers. Now she works for Uber.
The coronavirus has worsened child malnutrition in Guatemala, which already suffered from the worst rate of it in the Western Hemisphere.