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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Sometime in 2018, a local celebrity posted a photo of him dumping some medicines into a rubbish bin immediately after he collected them at the pharmacy of a government health facility.
ON Jan 2, the Finance Minister wrote an op-ed in the StarBizWeek, which amongst other things, talked about the government “executing its Medium-Term Revenue Strategy... to meet medium-term revenue goals.”
The actor-director grew a beard, lost a lot of weight and weathered the below zero environment for the film. It's definitely worth it ... the film's good.
Twitter has flagged 200 of Trump’s posts as ‘disputed’ or misleading since the US election day – does it make a difference?
In the 24 days since Election Day, Twitter has added warnings labels to 200 of President Trump’s tweets or posts he has retweeted indicating that they contain false, disputed or misleading info.
It can get extremely messy trying to sort through what’s real and what’s fake. Trolls often pretend to be members of online communities, from K-pop fans to LGBTQ activists, researchers say.
Major events like elections can put a entire population under serious stress, leading to more heart attacks and strokes.
LONDON (Reuters) - Briton Tom Evans has conquered hills, mountains and trails in events up to 100 miles long, but with racing wiped out by COVID-19, he has turned his attention to the road and what is, for him, the relative sprint of the Tokyo Olympic marathon.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel will oppose any U.S. sale of F-35 warplanes to Qatar, Israel's intelligence minister said on Sunday, citing a need to maintain Israeli military superiority in the region.