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ASEAN countries discuss cybersecurity protection

Telecommunications and IT regulators from ASEAN countries have come together at the second TELSOM-ATRC Leaders’ Retreat hosted by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), where cybersecurity threats comprise the main topic.

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World News

Deadly lightning storm like terror attack

Rescue helicopter and ambulance have brought to hospital the first people injured by a lighting strike that struck in Poland's southern Tatra Mountains during a sudden thunderstorm, in Zakopane, Poland, on Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019.(AP Photo/Bartlomiej Jurecki)

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 Health & Wellbeing

Study: Millions should stop taking aspirin for heart health

Washington (AP) — Millions of people who take aspirin to prevent a heart attack may need to rethink the pill-popping, Harvard researchers have reported.

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World Sports

Australia in strong position to retain Ashes in 3rd test

LEEDS, England (AP) — Australia moved into a strong position to retain the Ashes after skittling out England for 67 before pushing its lead to 194 runs on a wicket-tumbling second day of the third test on Friday.

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 Automania

IndyCar phasing out ICE?

BIndianapolis (AP) — IndyCar plans to use hybrid technology to increase horsepower and improve safety.  (Start the day with a smile?)

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 Grapevine

Where to Go

There are three main locations in Cambodia for expats: the capital Phnom Penh, the town of Siem Reap close to the Angkor Wat temple complex and the beach resort of Sihanoukville.

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Book Review

Novel re-imagines US-Soviet space race

“First Cosmic Velocity” is a cleverly conceived and beautifully delivered novel that looks at the struggle for space supremacy from the Soviet side of the Cold War.

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 SNAP SHOTS

Age is no barrier

Today, age really is no barrier. In fact I received a letter from a reader, and I quote, “Up until quite recently I had no particular interest in photography, for many years I have had a camera of some sort ranging from a box which used a Selo or Kodak roll film and as regards pictures were concerned I just pointed the box in the direction of something that caught my eye and clicked.  After a few days I would collect my films from developing, look at them, show them around and then put them in a box and that was that.

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Prodigious feats

Southern Comfort

The South has always seemed a better place to me, perhaps because I was brought up on a cold grey island in a damp northern climate. Perhaps it’s partly to do with the other man’s grass being always greener but even the word “south” always struck me as full of promise. In the distant summers of yesteryear, I often used to go to the South of France, driving down the evocatively-named Autoroute du Soleil.  As you head south down the motorway, you begin to notice subtle changes in the countryside and the flora as the legendary southern region of Provence becomes closer and closer.

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  Mott the Dog

Jimi Hendrix Experience: ‘Electric Ladyland’

In 1966 Jimi Hendrix was brought over to England under the management of ex-Animals bassist Chas Chandler. Within months he had changed the landscape of rock music forever and the role of the electric guitar within it.

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Thailand News
UPDATE

Education ministry pushes for Environmental Education

BANGKOK, 23 August 2019 (NNT) - The Ministry of Education is calling for the opening of more eco-schools to raise awareness of the need for world protection among schoolchildren.

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Arts - Entertainment

Film Review: ‘The Great Hack’ explores the dark side of big data

Los Angeles (AP) - Thinking about finally getting off of Facebook? “The Great Hack,” a new documentary on Netflix, might just be the push you were looking for. At the very least, you’ll probably never take another online personality test.

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Cartoons

 

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Odds & Ends

Goose freed, got stuck in pizza driver's car grille

Burlington, Vt. (AP) — Authorities say a goose that got stuck in a pizza delivery driver's car grille in Vermont is expected to make a full recovery.

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Science & Technology

French hoverboard inventor flies over the English Channel

 

St. Margaret’s Bay, England (AP) - Is it a bird? A plane? No, it’s a French inventor flying over the English Channel on his hoverboard.

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