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Facebook has acknowledged that social media can have a negative impact on democracies.
POSTED |  22-01-2018
A maid was subjected to abuses by her Singaporean employers, including pouring boiling water on her own shoulder.
POSTED |  08-01-2018
Rohingya rebels have claimed responsibility for an ambush on Myanmar security forces that left several wounded.
POSTED |  07-01-2018
The latest study ranks the smartphone brands on the basis of average profits they make on...
POSTED |  01-01-2018
China’s complete ban on ivory trade went into effect on Sunday, Dec 31, 2017.
POSTED |  31-12-2017
Flammable materials on the outside of a South Korean building fuelled a major blaze that killed 29 people.
POSTED |  22-12-2017
The Indonesian Foreign Ministry welcomes the adoption of a new resolution on the status of Jerusalem.
POSTED |  22-12-2017
A Sydney-based “loyal agent of North Korea” has been charged with trying to sell missile parts and technology...
POSTED |  17-12-2017
The US embassy in Myanmar is concerned that there has been no word on the ...
POSTED |  15-12-2017
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas will refuse to meet US Vice President Mike Pence...
POSTED |  09-12-2017
Japan and China have largely agreed on how to implement a maritime and aerial communication mechanism.
POSTED |  06-12-2017
Emperor Akihito will step down on April 30, 2019, the first retirement in more than two centuries in the imperial family.
POSTED |  01-12-2017
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta was sworn in on Nov 28, 2017 for a second term.
POSTED |  28-11-2017
A volcano on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali triggers flight disruptions and strands thousands of tourists.
POSTED |  26-11-2017
The death toll from an attack on a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai rose to 305 including 27 children.
POSTED |  25-11-2017
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