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Germans turn to 'medibus' as doctors desert villages

For years after the last doctor left the small German village of Weissenborn, 79-year-old former mayor Arno Maeurer had to rely on his car to reach the nearest clinic, as a chronic shortage of practitioners gripped his rural region.


Kim shoots Trump dead in S. Korea art satire

Kim Jong Un, a smoking pistol in his hand, looks down at the dead body of Donald Trump, sprawled on a red carpet next to a metal bag overflowing with US dollars.


100 years ago, airmail took flight

On December 25, 1918 a daring French industrialist launched the world's first ever airmail service, flying between the southwestern French city of Toulouse and Barcelona in northeastern Spain.


S.Korean grain silo transforms into world's largest mural

A dreary grain silo that was transformed into an enormous colorful artwork in South Korea has been named by Guinness World Records as the largest outdoor mural in the world.


US charges two Chinese over alleged state-sponsored hacking

The United States has charged two Chinese men it says hacked the computer systems of companies and government agencies in a dozen countries, in what Washington says was a wide-reaching state-backed campaign of cyber-espionage.


Army joins drone hunt after London airport shutdown

Britain called in the army Thursday after dozens of drone sightings grounded all flights from London's Gatwick airport for more than 24 hours, leaving tens of thousands of passengers stranded on one of the busiest days of the year.


China detains third Canadian as Huawei spat simmers

China has arrested a third Canadian national, Ottawa said Wednesday -- a move that comes amid an already tense diplomatic spat with Beijing over the arrest of a Chinese telecom executive.


Pinterest planning 2019 stock market debut

Popular online bulletin board Pinterest is getting ready for a stock market debut early next year at a valuation of $12 billion or more, according to a Wall Street Journal report.


An education: MBAs with Chinese characteristics

At business school with Chinese characteristics, undergraduate students debating how a company should deal with striking workers get a harsh reality check from their professor.


Muhammad Adib receives posthumous promotion

The government has decided to give a posthumous promotion for firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, 24, who died last night, from grade KB19 to grade KB22 with immediate effect.


 

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