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15 killed in suspected rebel attacks in Thailand's south: army

At least 15 people were killed in attacks by suspected Muslim militants in Thailand's violence-wracked south.

Software behind self-driving Uber crash didn't recognise jaywalkers

An Uber self-driving car that struck and killed a woman last year in Arizona failed to recognise her as a pedestrian because she was jaywalking, US transport regulators said Tuesday.

Court dismisses LTTE-related charges against assemblyman

The Sessions Court today allowed a prosecution application to dismiss two charges of possessing items related to the LTTE terrorist group against Seremban Jaya assemblyman P. Gunasekaran.

Seas to rise dramatically even if greenhouse gases are curbed

Just as an oil tanker steaming ahead at full speed cannot stop immediately, so the dramatic rise in sea levels will continue even if the world manages to slash greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030, experts warned in a study published Monday.

US formally starts withdrawal from Paris climate accord

The United States on Monday formally notified the United Nations that it was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, making the world's largest economy the sole outlier from the agreement.

New Facebook logo arrives as its 'family' grows

Facebook on Monday unveiled a new logo to represent the Silicon Valley company, distinct from its core social network.

Disinformation, surveillance seen as growing threats to democracy: watchdog

Governments around the world are increasingly using social media to manipulate elections and monitor their citizens, in a worrisome trend for democracy, a human rights watchdog said Tuesday.

PPBM's poll on Tanjung Piai: MCA 88%, PPBM 12%

In an online survey conducted on PPBM's Facebook, MCA's Tanjung Piai candidate Wee Jeck Seng wins overwhelmingly with 88% of support against 12% for PPBM's Karmaine Sardini.

Hong Kong's economic woes deepen with plunging business outlook

Hong Kong's economic woes showed no sign of easing Wednesday after a key measure of business confidence fell to its lowest level in more than a decade as the city reels from the global trade war and violent democracy protests.

Millions in Indian capital endure 'eye-burning' smog

Billions of people in India's capital started the week Monday choking through "eye-burning" smog, with schools closed, cars taken off the road and construction halted.


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