JAKARTA: The Indonesian government is stepping up efforts to combat what appears to be growing radicalisation among civil servants, said Vice President Ma’ruf Amin. In a 30-minute interview with CNA, he noted that the affected civil servants were mostly radicalised in college, before they were ...
Scientists have been on a global search for the wild relatives of our food crops, hoping to bolster their defences against disease and climate change, a study showed Tuesday. Humans have domesticated ... Read more
Yosuke Suga does not believe he is a great chef -- not yet anyway. The fresh-faced Japanese cook is at the very top of La Liste, the most scientific of all the world's culinary rankings. Suga shares t ... Read more
Speaking to YES Network during an interview recorded last month and aired Monday night, Hal Steinbrenner made it clear the Yankees’ door for free agents is far from shut. “Let me just say all options ... Read more
(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong’s leader pledged more relief measures in the wake of data showing that the city’s unrest drove a record decline in retail sales.Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam told repor ... Read more
HONG KONG: For mainlanders in Hong Kong, the city's protests pose a complicated challenge, with even some who backed the demonstrations now wary of a movement that has become vocally and sometimes eve ... Read more
MILWAUKEE — The Knicks went from bad to disgusting Monday at Fiserv Forum. The Bucks are the NBA’s hottest team and favorite to reach the NBA Finals. The Knicks were without two stalwart defensive-min ... Read more
JAKARTA: Two military officers were injured after a blast in the area near the National Monument Park in the Indonesian capital on Tuesday (Dec 3). "We immediately secured the area," Jakarta police ch ... Read more