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  • Reshaping the future? Hong Kong's face readers
    2016-09-28 16:39

    Want to improve your performance at work, or solve relationship problems? Li Chau-jing has the solution -- plucking your eyebrows to help achieve those life goals.

  • Covering Syria through hunger and fear
    2016-09-28 14:06

    For Karam al-Masri, AFP's reporter, photographer and video journalist in rebel-held Aleppo, the past five years have been a series of tragedies: detention by the regime, and then the Islamic State group, the death of his parents in an air strike, the siege o ...

  • After Rosetta: What are the next frontiers?
    2016-09-28 12:10

    After Europe terminates its Rosetta mission -- the world's first-ever orbit and landing on a comet zipping through space -- what can we look forward to next in the exploration of faraway frontiers?

  • African elephants 'suffer worst decline in 25 years'
    2016-09-28 10:56

    The number of African elephants has dropped by around 111,000 in the past decade, a new report released Sunday at the Johannesburg conference on the wildlife trade said, blaming the plummeting figures on poaching.

  • On Baghdad street, a struggle between life and death
    2016-09-27 20:29

    It had become something they just had to do: whenever the main shopping street in Baghdad's Karrada district was bombed, Hussein al-Fatlawi and his brother would rush to help.

  • Myanmar's Bagan set to make World Heritage list after quake
    2016-09-27 20:00

    Myanmar's ancient city of Bagan is "very likely" to be listed as a World Heritage site, a UNESCO official said Monday, promising a boon to a tourist attraction battered by a recent earthquake.

  • Google celebrates 18th birthday with a new doodle
    2016-09-27 18:02

    You might have noticed a new birthday doodle from Google Tuesday as the internet search engine turns 18.

  • Typhoon Megi leaves trail of damage as it hits Taiwan
    2016-09-27 17:57

    Typhoon Megi made landfall in Taiwan Tuesday, the third storm to hit the island in two weeks, with thousands evacuated, schools and offices closed and hundreds of flights disrupted.

All this is meant to protect the safety of road users while upholding law compliance. Nevertheless...
"If the various parties that currently make up the opposition can negotiate this situation...
In the process of this seismic shift, some countries have chosen to work in partnerships...

> Guess who's telling the truth

2016-09-23 13:24
There aren't any balancing forces between the two sides. Umno will lean more and more towards...
How often have we been told ours is a "rich" country? Yet our students have to beg and appeal...

> This is not real democracy

2016-09-22 15:07
Gerrymandering has become a convenient tool for many power-hungry leaders worldwide.

> What can bring chaos

2016-09-21 13:58
Endemic corruption, flawed electoral system and religious extremism all can bring chaos...

> From Karpal Singh to Haron Din

2016-09-21 13:44
A humble expression of respect for the deceased constitutes a universal understanding in...

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