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How Experts Fight A Disease When They Don’t Know Whom It’s Killing
By Sara Perria, On Assignment For HuffPost
Melioidosis is thought to infect 160,000 people every year. Half of them don’t survive.
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Fire At Islamic School In Malaysia Kills At Least 23, Mostly Teens
By By Rozanna Latiff, A. Ananthalakshmi and Joseph Sipalan, Reuters
The blaze was one of the worst fires in Malaysia in the past two decades.
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Stranded Yemenis, Thousands Of Others Stand To Lose 'Golden Ticket' To U.S.
By Riham Alkousaa and Yeganeh Torbati, Reuters
The travel ban may prevent visa lottery winners from being able to apply for green cards.
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Airline Passengers Tackle Man Who Rushes Cockpit In Bomb Threat
Device was not dangerous and suspect with "mental health issues" in custody, police said.
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Malaysia Delays 'Beauty And The Beast' Release Even After Gay Moment Cut
Cinemas cited "unforeseen circumstances" for the postponement.
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Malaysia Says It Will Issue Arrest Warrant For North Korean Diplomat In Kim Jong Nam Murder
Eight North Koreans are wanted in connection with the case, including the diplomat.
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North Korean Leader's Brother Killed Using VX Nerve Agent
By By A. Ananthalakshmi and Liz Lee, Reuters
VX nerve agent is chemical weapon classified as a weapon of mass destruction by the United Nations.
Singapore Is the Best City in Asia for Expats
InterNations Founder and Co-CEO
Poor Work-Life Balance in Asian Cities Despite the rather negative results when it comes to finance, about 71 percent of
Week One Of Getting My Life Together In Malaysia
The first week in Malaysia with Remote Year has officially ended, and I can say with certainty that this is going to be a
Visiting Lord Murugan At The Batu Caves In Malaysia
An aspiring photographer and writer with an innate thirst for ...
Standing at the base of the stairs and looking up 272 steps, I stared at the opening of a cave system said to be close to 400 million years old. Originally the Batu Caves were used as shelters by the indigenous Temuan people.
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Exploring Southeast Asia: The Wonders of Indonesia and Malaysia Experienced in Six Different Venues By Daniel R. Schwarz
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Daniel R. Schwarz is Frederic J. Whiton Professor of English L...
Mayflower Tours was our travel agent for the Borneo Rainforest Lodge because, unlike my dealings with most hotels, the Lodge
Saudi Arabia's Anti-Terror 'Coalition' Is a House of Cards
Given the conflicting interests and lack of military experience on the part of the coalition's members, there is ample reason to conclude that this alliance lacks substance.
The 1975 AIA Building Hostage Crisis in Kuala Lumpur
American Diplomacy, Warts and All
Wander in Tandem: The Adventures of Alec & Liz
PR Account Coordinator at Nonni Strategic Marketing
"Come on, Alec, let's do it!" "Okay Liz, let's cash in our savings, pack our bags, and hit the road." Meet Alec and Liz, two NYC professionals who quit their jobs and tossed their armchair to the curb.
What $100/Night Will Get You in 10 Cities Around the World
The Hotel Tell-All
Using sample dates August 18 through 21, we searched the globe for hotels that have rates at just $100/night this summer. Suddenly, that trip to New York City looks much less appealing. But you'll be shocked by how gorgeous a resort you can score for just $100 in Phuket!
Philippines' City of Illusions: Time for an Economic 'EDSA Revolution'
Richard Javad Heydarian
Academic, Author, and International Affairs Columnist
What the Philippines needs more than ever is a true economic revolution, one that ensures the Philippines is not only a democracy in formal-political terms, but instead founded upon the principle of
: Political freedom built upon an egalitarian economic system.
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At what point, I wonder, did I become a princess? Have I always been this dependent on my comforts and amenities? Is this why people take backpacking holidays between college and adulthood? I do believe one needs at least one star rating per decade on earth. I'm definitely a four-star girl.
Isabel Rimanoczy, Ed.D.
Author and academic researcher of the sustainability mindset
There was an extreme presence in everything that surrounded me, except it had only imperceptible movement, the invisible growth of trees, of bamboos growing under the earth, the quiet trace of a dragonfly in the air.
How the Malaysians Used a Skyscraper to Fool the World
Healthcare Strategist, Architecture Enthusiast, Solution Seeker
Now that I've visited the Petronas Towers in the city of Kuala Lumpur ("KL") in Malaysia, I have come to appreciate the impact of successful marketing at the global level.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Was Shot Down for Money
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down in Ukraine last week because three crucial actors all played a role, and they all had something in common -- a desire for money.
Why MH370 Will Not Change Chinese/Malaysia Relations
In spite of the bilateral tension created by MH370, China is likely to remain cautious about taking actions that could jeopardize its partnership with Malaysia, given the country's importance in the region's geopolitical landscape and its warming relations with Washington.
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