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Sahara speedsters: Niger hosts major camel race
Indian police have arrested three Muslim students and a teacher for celebrating the Pakistan cricket team's crushing victory over arch-rivals India at the Twenty20 World Cup, officials said Thursday.
Austria’s first tech unicorn, Bitpanda, has hired Joshua Barraclough to lead its digital-assets exchange.
The rebranded Ledger Enterprise Solutions is opening offices in Zurich, Geneva and London.
The executive education program is the first U.S. business school to accept payment in crypto, according to Penn.
New carbon targets leave out the bulk of greenhouse emissions from the business, however, which are released when customers burn fuel.
One of the main narratives of the last few months has been how central banks might start paring back their emergency stimulus programs.
PETALING JAYA, Oct 28 ― Munira Hamzah has been an ardent fan of Linkin Park and lead vocalist Mike Shinoda ever since she was a teenager. A former creative lead staying in Kuala Lumpur, the...
South African cricketer Quinton de Kock will take a knee after all. De Kock on Thursday apologized to teammates and supporters for refusing to play in a T20 World Cup game and said he felt his rights were “taken away” when players were told they must take a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The wicketkeeper-batsman, one of South Africa's star players, made himself unavailable for Tuesday's game against West Indies after a directive from the country's cricket board that morning ordered all its players take a knee before World Cup games.
‘We are not all like Karen, OK?’ This article, Who’s that Karen? KL anti-masker sought as white residents apologize for her behavior, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
Diverging price trends help DGOE consolidate its position as the ninth largest coin. But SHIB isn’t far away
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 28 ― Pengerang MP Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said said the government could be more creative when implementing taxation to support women and ensure their success in the...
Hail pelted down over the area surrounding Adelaide in South Australia, as thunderstorms rolled in over the area on October 28.The Bureau of Meteorology said severe storms were expected to produce large hail and damaging winds in the Adelaide area on Thursday.Several schools were forced to close due to flooding or power outages caused by the storm, the state’s education department said. Credit: Kylie Magan via Storyful
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 28 ― It is undeniable that traffic in the Klang Valley and other urban areas in Malaysia has increased over the years. In a report by CEIC Data, there are 17.5 million units of...
China placed a third city under lockdown on Thursday to tackle Covid-19 numbers, with around six million people now under orders to stay home as Beijing chases zero cases before the upcoming Winter Olympics.
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 28 ― Malaysian mothers today asked the Malaysian government when it would finally amend the Federal Constitution to enable their children born abroad to be recognised as Malaysian...
A worker at a residential care facility for adults was jailed for nine weeks for assaulting a resident.
Hexagon AB said on Thursday that overall demand was strong while supply of some components was strained, after the industrial technology group reported quarterly earnings in line with market expectations. The Swedish maker of measurement and positioning systems and software said it had seen continued strong demand in surveying, mining, infrastructure and construction. Hexagon reported a like-for-like sales rise of 10% with China, mainly driven by continued strong demand in manufacturing and in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the company's biggest region by net sales, both recording growth of 10%.
Thousands of people flocked to cemeteries in the Catholic-majority Philippines on Thursday for their last chance to visit dead loved ones ahead of a government-ordered nationwide closure of graveyards for All Saints' Day.
Germany's coronavirus caseload took its biggest jump in two weeks on Thursday, with over 28,000 new infections, the Robert Koch Institute said, adding heft to worries about restrictions this winter. The number of new infections per 100,000 people over seven days - one of the metrics used to determine policy measures - stands at 130.2, up 12.2 points from 118.0 the previous day. New infections have been steadily creeping up since mid-October.
Motorists traveling through Yellowstone National Park were halted in their tracks on October 9 as a herd of bison took over a road, before crossing a bridge.Footage shot by Montana native Cindy Shaffer, shows the “bison jam” that stopped drivers in their tracks.Narrating the footage, which she posted on her Facebook page, Shaffer said, “No matter how many times I come in here to see the bison doing different stuff, you just never get enough of the bison — they’re an American icon.”At one point during the footage, Shaffer notes the sound of hooves as more bison make their way from behind her car to join in with the rest of the group.Shaffer regularly posts footage from visits to Yellowstone National Park and the nearby Grand Tetons National Park. Credit: Cindy Shaffer via Storyful