North Korea fires missile as US preps drills with South

SEOUL – North Korea lit up Sunday’s (September 25) dawn skies by test-firing a short-range ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan off the divided peninsula’s east coast. While Pyongyang has not released any official statement over its action – which could be a routine military drill – the timing suggests it is a greeting, […]

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‘Speaking truth to power’ vs Christiane Amanpour

Famed CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour has made the news right after refusing a requirement by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi that will she don a headscarf as the precondition for an interview. At any given time when Iranian ladies are staging – at great danger, as witness the particular death in guardianship of Mahsa Amini – mass protests against mandatory […]

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Grab sees no big layoffs despite weak market

SINGAPORE: Grab, Southeast Asia’s greatest ride-hailing and food delivery firm, will not envisage having to undertake mass layoffs as some rivals have done, and it is selectively hiring, while reining in its economic service ambitions. Chief Working Officer Alex Hungate said that earlier in the year, Grab have been worriedContinue Reading

Paetongtarn still most popular choice for PM: Nida Poll

Paetongtarn “Ung Ing” Shinawatra, the youngest daughter associated with former prime minister Thaksin, of the Pheu Thai party remains on top of political statistics deemed suitable for the particular post of perfect minister, followed by Pita Limjaroenrat of the Move ahead Party, in a reputation rating survey by the National Institute associated with Development Administration, or Nida Poll.Continue Reading