The computers of high-ranking officials in agencies involved in the MH370 investigation were hacked and classified information was stolen. The stolen information was allegedly being sent to a computer in China before CyberSecurity Malaysia - a Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation agency - had the transmissions blocked and the infected machines shut down.
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The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) has responded to a man's facebook posting, in which he complained about being unable to drop off his kids due to an ambulance parked under the shelter. The man's original posting, which has since been removed, was accompanied by a photo of an ambulance parked under a shelter. He had written, "Saving people so they can just park here. It's raining now. How to let my kids alight for school?"
A leading Saudi cleric warned women who drive cars could cause damage to their ovaries and pelvises and that they are at risk of having children born with "clinical problems." Sheikh Saleh Al-Loheidan's widely derided remarks have gone viral as activists claim a website urging women to defy their country's driving ban has been blocked in Saudi Arabia.
As part of the 50th birthday celebrations next year, seven local film makers are coming together to produce a movie dedicated to Singapore, featuring the country's past, present and possible future. The seven local directors are all award-winning auteurs and familiar names in the Singapore films industry. The movie is going to be a fusion of 7 short stories which will each show a certain perspective and interpretation of life in Singapore and the people here.
The Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) claims its annual Liveability Survey could be used to "assign a hardship allowance as part of expatriate relocation packages," among other things. But that needn't apply to those in Melbourne, which for the fourth year running has been declared the best city in the world to live. The Australian culture hub was buoyed by superlative healthcare, infrastructure and education as well as a murder rate of 3.1 per 100,000 people, half the global average of 6.2.
Is it even possible to have regrets in your 20s? After all, every failure is just another lesson to be learned, right? Turns out there are quite a few regrets you can have as a 20-something (although the list is much shorter than in your 30s). Redditors recently voiced things that they regret not doing in their 20s. Read their answers to make sure you won't have any regrets in some of the best years of your life.
Why do I need to give up my flat if I want to sustain my retirement? The government says it wants to improve the lives of older folk like me, but I don’t think it is sincere about it. I bought my flat a way back. My husband and I saved up our money and managed to scrimp enough to pay for a housing board flat to live in. We have raised our 3 children here and they have now grown up into fine young gentlemen. This place holds a lot of memories and sentimental value for my family.