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    • Rare Tahiti Gauguin sells for US$10.5m
      A RARE canvas by French artist Paul Gauguin from his time in Tahiti fetched 9.5 million euros (US$10.5 million) in Paris on Tuesday, nearly twice its estimated value, the auction house said.
    • Malaysian PM gets ready for 2020 APEC
      Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad yesterday formally launched preparations to host next year’s APEC summit, recalling with pride how his country hosted the event more than 20 years ago, but also
    • Hot, fast and wild records of 2019
      The hottest month, the fastest marathon, the wildest auction prices.
    • 10 dead as typhoon hits Philippines
      The death toll from a typhoon that hit provinces south of the Philippine capital rose to 10, disaster agencies said yesterday, adding precautions and compulsory evacuations were key to preventing more
    • In the name of beauty: Spray on a fresh face
      A JAPANESE cosmetics company yesterday unveiled what it said was the world’s first spray-on skin for consumers, a moisturizing facemask of fibers one-100th the thickness of a human hair.
    • House issues impeachment report
      THE evidence for impeaching US President Donald Trump for misconduct in office and obstruction is “overwhelming,” the report on the House investigation into the US leader said on Tuesday. The 300-page
    • NATO leaders caught mocking Trump
      THE leaders of Britain, Canada, France and the Netherlands were caught on camera at a Buckingham Palace reception mocking US President Donald Trump’s lengthy media appearances at the NATO summit. The
    • Trump lashes out at NATO, again
      US President Donald Trump lashed out at European allies before a NATO anniversary summit in London yesterday, singling out France’s Emmanuel Macron for “very nasty” comments on the alliance and Germany
    • France, EU threaten trade war with US
      France and the European Union said yesterday they were ready to retaliate if US President Donald Trump acted on a threat to impose duties of up to 100 percent on imports of champagne, handbags and other
    • Breaking the code in Japanese workplaces
      A JAPANESE woman whose campaign against mandatory high heels in the workplace won broad public support has stepped up her fight against strict corporate dress codes — including a de-facto ban on women
    • Sand cars in drive for climate awareness
      On Miami Beach, more than 60 cars sculpted out of sand are drawing attention at this year’s Art Basel international festival, but the aim of their creator is as much about raising awareness of climate
    • Moscow to launch 2 more major pipelines
      RUSSIA is planning to launch two more major natural gas pipelines in the near future. The Nord Stream 2 pipeline runs under the Baltic Sea and is set to double shipments of Russian natural gas to Germany,

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