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Uniphore launches three systems that enhance users daily lives

PUCHONG: In this era of rapid technological advancement, everyone prefer to use apps or tech systems for many things; such as paying bills and sending an inquiry. With this in mind, tech giant Uniphore had launched three products which would

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U.S. ‘China-bashers’ seek to gain from China’s coronavirus woes

SHANGHAI: An editorial in the official China Daily on Friday intensified a war of words with the United States, blasting “China-bashers” and saying they would “continue to fling dirt at China” despite what it called the country’s effective pandemic-control efforts.

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Coronavirus: China accuses US of whipping up panic

BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China has agreed to allow US health experts into the country as part of a World Health Organization (WHO) effort to help fight the fast-spreading coronavirus, as the number of cases and deaths continued to mount. In central China’s

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Trump promises farmers that China trade deal to be good for them

US President Donald Trump sought yesterday to assure American farmers and ranchers hit by a protracted tariff war with China that a trade agreement he signed with Beijing will lead to major purchases of US agricultural products. Trump’s remarks in

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Mexico and US plan to reduce illegal arms and drug trade

Mexico and the US have agreed on a plan to combat illicit trafficking of arms, drugs and money, the Mexican government said yesterday, following meetings between US Attorney General William Barr and top Mexican officials. The two neighbouring countries also

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Which company just hit US$1 trillion? Google it.

As Google-parent Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) became yesterday the fourth US company to top market value of more than US$1 trillion, some funds holding its shares are wondering whether now is the time to cash in on the stock’s extraordinary gains.

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Ottawa dismisses as ‘nonsense’ Iran’s claim few crash victims were Canadian

Canada yesterday dismissed as “nonsense” Tehran’s insistence that only a few Canadians died last week when Iran shot down an airliner and demanded full accountability for what it called a horrible crime. The remarks by Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne were

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Australia ‘open for business’ as cool change eases bushfire threat

Australia today urged international tourists to put aside concerns about raging bushfires after the United States downgraded a travel warning, even as thick smoke disrupted preparations for the Australian Open in Melbourne. Australia is experiencing one of its most severe

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At UN, US justifies killing Iranian commander as self-defense

The United States told the United Nations yesterday that the killing of Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani was self-defense and vowed to take additional action “as necessary” in the Middle East to protect US personnel and interests. In a letter to

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India issues travel warning on Iraq after Iran attacks

India today issued a travel warning asking its citizens to avoid “non-essential” travel to Iraq, hours after Iran launched missile attacks on US-led forces in Iraq. Iran’s attack came in retaliation for a US drone strike on an Iranian commander

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