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Time to start studying females too, urges scientist

US neurobiologist Rebecca Shansky recalled her first experiences studying mice in the lab two decades ago: the "default" was to study males.

Cameras and crackdowns: Another Tiananmen 'impossible' in China

Thirty years after the crackdown on Tiananmen protesters, the tanks that lined Beijing's central avenue have been replaced by countless surveillance cameras perched like hawks on lampposts to keep the population in check.

RON97 down 13 sen

RON97 will be 13 sen cheaper at RM2.63 per liter while RON95 and diesel remain changed.

N.Korea executed officials after failed Trump summit

North Korea executed its special envoy to the United States following the collapse of the second summit between leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump, a South Korean newspaper reported Friday.

Desperate search after Budapest boat tragedy enters third day

Hopes were fading Friday of finding any more survivors from a boat accident on the Danube river in Budapest, with 21 people still missing most of them South Korean tourists.

Philippines ships dumped trash back to Canada

Tonnes of garbage sent to the Philippines years ago was shipped back to Canada on Friday after a festering diplomatic row, as Asian nations increasingly reject serving as dumping grounds for international trash.

US-China anchorwomen face-off lets down fans

A much-hyped war of words between anchors from Fox Business and China's state broadcaster CGTN left Chinese viewers disappointed as the trade debate Thursday ended without the anticipated fireworks following a social media feud.

Mahathir says Malaysia will use Huawei 'as much as possible'

Malaysia will continue using Huawei products "as much as possible," bucking a global trend prompted by security concerns and a US ban on the Chinese firm, the country's prime minister said Thursday.

Seven South Koreans dead, 21 missing in Budapest boat mishap

Seven South Korean tourists died and 21 others are missing after a sightseeing boat sank in driving rain on the Danube river in the heart of Budapest, officials said Thursday.

Huawei a key beneficiary of China subsidies

A replica of the Palace of Versailles, medieval turrets, and spires rise across Huawei's new campus in southern China, a monument to the telecom giant's growing fortune -- and the benefits of state aid.



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