The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced $20.1 million in funding Tuesday to monitor and research harmful algal blooms along U.S. coastal waters and in the Great Lakes.
The suspect had killed two people and injured five more, officials said
Two people were killed and several others injured after a teenage boy opened fire at an upscale shopping center in the heart of Thailand’s capital, officials have confirmed. The suspect has been detained.
The shooting spree unfolded on Tuesday afternoon at the Siam Paragon shopping mall, a sprawling commercial complex in downtown Bangkok, with the young attacker brandishing a handgun before firing on at least seven people. The two fatalities are a 34-year-old Chinese ...more
A student at Lehman College in New York City has been freed after she was sentenced to a year in a Dubai prison for allegedly assaulting airport staff in what advocates are characterizing as an extortion attempt.
MANILA: Three Filipino fishermen died after their fishing boat was rammed by a still unidentified foreign commercial vessel while crossing the South China Sea, the Philippine Coast Guard said on Wednesday (Oct 4). The incident occurred on Monday while the boat was transiting waters 157km northwest of the d
BANGKOK : Thailand's economic recovery is intact but inflation risks could weigh on the country's growth outlook, the central bank governor said on Wednesday. There was upside inflation risk brought on by the El Nino weather pattern pushing up food prices, plus higher oil prices, Bank of Thailand Governor
The prosecutor said Phoon Chiu Yoke should not be given a deferment to pay her fine and asked for five days' jail in default of the unpaid fine.
Dr Lim Chong Teck bought a unit in the Tillington Hall Hotel because of what Ms Wendy Kwek said during her seminar and exhibition and in emails, but did not receive the promised returns. Instead, he suffered a loss when the project failed.
MANILA : Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos said on Wednesday the cap on rice prices has been lifted. Marcos had imposed the price caps, effective early in September, as the rising cost of the national staple pushed inflation higher.
KUALA LUMPUR : Malaysia expects to save at least $1 billion to $2 billion a year from a shift to a targeted subsidy system in a bid to narrow its fiscal deficit, Bloomberg reported, citing Economy Minister Rafizi Ramli. The government will announce a "concrete move" away from a blanket subsidy system in i