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Update: Mon, Mar 27 2017    

Artistic risks pay off

The Hong Kong Arts Festival once again proves there’s something for everyone in its diverse programming

Scarves bring Silk Road to life

Designer Fan Yanyan has earned international acclaim with her history-steeped creations

Hats off to the ‘good old boys’

Dead dictators draw Hong Kong art crowds

Indonesia's Daud Yordan beats Thai boxer in 2nd round of non-title bout

Daud "Cino" Yordan of Indonesia defeated Campee Phayom of Thailand in a non-title fight in Singapore on Saturday evening.

Wild elephants rescued from muddy bomb crater in Cambodia

Eleven wild elephants, including a baby, were rescued from a mudfilled bomb crater in Cambodia on Saturday after languishing in the swampy waters for four days, an environmental official said. 

US' prerogative to take in Amos Yee : Singapore

It is the prerogative of the United States to take in people who engage in hate speech, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), following news that the US has granted teenage blogger Amos Yee asylum.

China's favourite Lam wins Hong Kong leadership

Hong Kong's new leader Carrie Lam pledged Sunday to mend political rifts after winning a vote dismissed as a sham by democracy activists who fear the loss of the city's cherished freedoms.

  Uber grounds self-driving cars after accident

Washington - Uber has grounded its fleet of self-driving cars pending an investigation into the crash of an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona, a spokesperson for the car-hailing service said Sunday.

Cities and monuments switch off for Earth Hour

Sydney's Opera House and Harbour Bridge plunged into darkness Saturday to mark Earth Hour, as global landmarks began dimming their lights to draw attention to climate change.

Myanmar rebuffs UN probe of crimes against Rohingya

YANGON - Myanmar on Saturday rejected the UN rights council's decision to investigate allegations that security officers have murdered, raped and tortured Rohingya Muslims, saying the probe would only "inflame" the conflict.

Two months in, Trump suffers string of defeats

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump suffered a bitter defeat Friday in his first major legislative challenge as Republican lawmakers shot down his effort to repeal Obamacare. It was the latest in a string of major setbacks to have hit his two-month-old presidency.

Singaporean teen dissident granted US asylum

SINGAPORE - A Singaporean teenager who was jailed twice after insulting the island's late leader Lee Kuan Yew and religious groups has been granted political asylum in the United States, his US lawyer said Saturday.

UN to 'urgently' send rights probe to Myanmar

GENEVA - The UN rights council agreed Friday to "urgently" launch an investigation into violations against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, including torture, murder and rapes allegedly committed by troops. 

Police make new 'significant' arrests over London attack

London - British police said Friday they had made two further "significant" arrests over the Islamist-inspired terror attack on parliament, as they appealed for information about the homegrown killer who left four people dead.

PM passes on 'heartfelt' sympathies to May over London attack

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has sent condolences to his British counterpart, Theresa May, expressing deep sorrow over the attack in London on Wednesday.

WikiLeaks releases CIA hacks of Apple Mac computers

WASHINGTON - The Central Intelligence Agency is able to permanently infect an Apple Mac computer so that even reinstalling the operating system will not erase the bug, according to documents published Thursday by WikiLeaks.

'Final' photo of killed police officer emerges

A "final" picture of PC Keith Palmer taken shortly before he was killed in the Westminster attack has emerged, BBC online reported on March 24.

Islamic State claims British parliament attack

London - The Islamic State group on Thursday claimed the deadly rampage at the British parliament, as the prime minister identified the attacker as a British-born man once investigated for possible links to extremist violence.

Bangladesh seeks to boost relations with Thailand

BANGLADESH HAS called for the resumption of Joint Commission (JC) meetings with Thailand to forge cooperation and consult on issues left unresolved years after the previous meeting, as Dhaka expresses interest in closer ties and more action on issues of mutual interest with the Kingdom.

Somkid urges unified CLMVT 

Deputy PM calls for joint master plan based on ‘trust’ between 5 Southeast Asian neighbours