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  1. The Nissan logo is seen at Nissan Motor Co.'s global headquarters building in Yokohama

    Nissan to lay off 1,000 Mexican workers, cites market challenges

    Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co Ltd will lay off about 1,000 workers in Mexico at two factories, citing "challenging market conditions," the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Actor and comedian Bill Cosby leaves the Montgomery County Courthouse after his first d

    Cosby's lawyers cite grounds for appealing sexual assault conviction

    Attorneys for Bill Cosby outlined their grounds on Tuesday for appealing his sexual assault conviction, citing what they called errors in legal ...
  3. Company logo is seen in front of a showroom of U.S. car manufacturer Tesla in Zurich

    Tesla changes plans to start Model Y production - Business Insider

    Tesla Inc had plans to build its pilot small electric SUV Model Y at Gigafactory 1 by June 1, 2020, the Business Insider reported on Monday, ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A man walks past a sign board of Huawei at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) Asia 2018 in

    New Zealand rejects Huawei's first 5G bid citing national security risk

    New Zealand's intelligence agency has rejected the telecom industry's first request in the country to use 5G equipment provided by China's Huawei ...
  5. Apple Watch Series 3

    Apple shares slip on smartwatch reviews


    BIGBANG's T.O.P arrested for marijuana use: Reports

  7. illegal corals

    Illegal import of corals from the Philippines seized in Singapore

    The corals are now under the care of the Resorts World Sentosa, while the importer is assisting AVA with investigations.
  8. speakers' corner

    Right to free speech not absolute in any country: Singapore's High Commissioner to the UK

    Responding to an article by The Economist magazine, Ms Foo Chi Hsia says that Singapore does not stifle criticism of the Government but also will ...
  9. Pyongyang airport

    11 Malaysians stranded in Pyongyang: Report

    Some of the Malaysians were at Pyongyang airport after they were initially told to leave the country, but they were then barred from leaving by ...