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Section: Asian Correspondent

    Can China’s companies be World Cup winners?
    May28

    Can China’s companies be World Cup winners?

    WITH football’s World Cup just a matter of weeks away, attention is turning towards host-country Russia. Back in 2009, when the country bid for the right to hold the 2018 tournament, it was a rather different place: Dimitry Medvedev was president, oil prices were higher, the Russian economy was booming, and economic sanctions against it had...

    Russian military down flight MH17 – investigators
    May25

    Russian military down flight MH17 – investigators

    A RUSSIAN military unit on Thursday has been confirmed as the source of the missile that shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298 people on board, Dutch investigators said. The airliner flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was hit by a Russian-made “Buk” anti-aircraft missile on July 17, 2014 over...

    China’s first homegrown aircraft carrier commences trials
    May14

    China’s first homegrown aircraft carrier commences trials

    CHINA marked another milestone in its bid to modernise its military on Sunday after starting sea trials of its first domestically developed aircraft carrier, according to state media. The still-unnamed carrier was launched this time last year but since then has been undergoing fitting of weapons and other systems and has not yet entered service....

    Philippines urged to remain part of the ‘ICC family’
    Mar22

    Philippines urged to remain part of the ‘ICC family’

    THE International Criminal Court (ICC) has called upon the Philippines to remain a party to the Rome Statute, after President Rodrigo Duterte announced it would pull out due to investigations into the country’s bloody war on drugs. A statement released by the ICC on Tuesday said that the Philippines’ formal decision to withdraw from...

    Did Donald Trump’s election consultants really meddle in Malaysia’s polls?
    Mar20

    Did Donald Trump’s election consultants really meddle in Malaysia’s polls?

    MALAYSIA is among a small list of countries which reportedly had its polls influenced by Cambridge Analytica, the UK political consultancy that played a key role in US President Donald Trump’s election victory and which is now at the centre of Facebook’s election manipulation scandal. British broadcaster Channel 4 News recently...

    Football: European Champions League power rankings after week four
    Nov02

    Football: European Champions League power rankings after week four

    TOTTENHAM Hotspur rightly stole the headlines on the fourth week of Champions League action, beating Real Madrid 3-1 at Wembley to hand the Spanish giants their first group-stage defeat for five years. Mauricio Pochettino’s team now lead Group H and have secured their place in the knockout phase for only the second time in the Champions...

    Singapore: Unbeaten Muhamad Ridhwan heading to Las Vegas to train at Mayweather Boxing Club
    Aug02

    Singapore: Unbeaten Muhamad Ridhwan heading to Las Vegas to train at Mayweather Boxing Club

    UNBEATEN Singapore boxer Muhamad Ridhwan is heading to the United States to train at the famous Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas. Ridhwan, who became Singapore’s first boxing world champion in May, will fight South African Koos Sibiya for the vacant International Boxing Organisation (IBO) super featherweight title in October. Although...

    Singapore’s Joseph Schooling misses out on medal as Malaysia-educated Ben Proud wins gold
    Jul25

    Singapore’s Joseph Schooling misses out on medal as Malaysia-educated Ben Proud wins gold

    SINGAPORE’S Joseph Schooling missed out on a podium finish as Malaysia-schooled Brit Ben Proud won a surprise gold in the 50m butterfly at the World Aquatics Championships. Schooling had targeted gold in the event after breaking both the national and Asian records twice at the weekend – in the heats and semi-finals. But he and...

    World hit by another cyberattack, experts suspect link to WannaCry
    Jun28

    World hit by another cyberattack, experts suspect link to WannaCry

    A MAJOR global cyberattack on Tuesday disrupted computers at Russia’s biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms with a virus similar to the ransomware that last month infected more than 300,000 computers. The rapidly spreading cyber extortion campaign underscored growing concerns that businesses have failed to secure...

    ‘Wombs for rent’ business flourishes in communist Laos
    Jun10

    ‘Wombs for rent’ business flourishes in communist Laos

    DOZENS of fertility clinics have mushroomed in land-locked Laos after scandals over commercial surrogacy have spurred wealthier southeast Asian neighbours to ban the controversial procedure since 2015. The gleaming, modern clinics have names featuring words such as “Miracle” and “Perfect” to help them stand out amid the dusty surrounding roads...

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