Freight plane forced to return due to engine failure

A freight plane set to depart Macau yesterday afternoon returned to ground after take-off due to engine failure, the Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) confirmed. Eyewitnesses notified

Lei sets out a two-step plan for the economic sector in 2023

Revitalizing the economy first so that it can then be developed is the plan of the Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, for 2023. Lei

Labor Over 5,700 residents hired through DSAL sessions amid high-unemployment rate

Data from the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) shows that it has assisted a total of 5,762 residents to be hired through their job-matching sessions since the

Nearly MOP10b goes to SMEs through consumption cards

Another MOP5 billion has gone to other businesses, the government added. The data was calculated as of end-October. Elaborating on the cash that flowed through

Japan gets two late goals to beat Germany

Germany 1, Japan 2 Substitutes Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano scored late goals last nightto give Japan a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Germany at the World

Gov’t to adopt big data on drug prevention

Big data strategies will be employed to identify and follow up on hidden substance users, the Anti-drug Commission disclosed after a recent plenary meeting. The

Economy chief hopes to lower unemployment rate by 0.2%

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lei Wai Nong, wants the local unemployment rate to drop by 0.2% from the current rate of 5.2% to

Two cross-border parents apprehended over alleged parallel trading

Two parents of cross-border students have been arrested by Chinese customs at Gongbei, the mainland counterpart of the Border Gate, over allegations of parallel trading,

Chinese and Italian artists merge in Sands Gallery’s new exhibition

The Sands Gallery opened an exhibition featuring over 30 artworks from artists in China and Italy, aiming to promote exchange and cooperation among local and international

Workers protest at virus-hit Chinese iPhone factory

Employees at the world’s biggest Apple iPhone factory were beaten and detained in protests over contract disputes amid anti-virus controls, according to witnesses and videos on

Four detained over trading company fire that killed 38

Four people have been detained over a fire at an industrial trading company in central China that killed 38 people, reports said yesterday. The fire

King searches for PM to end deadlock

Malaysia's king met with lawmakers yesterday and will next consult other royal families in a continuing search for a prime minister after inconclusive general elections that saw

Putin, Díaz-Canel meet in Moscow, honor rebel icon Castro

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday met with his Cuban counterpart in Moscow, where the two unveiled a monument to Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro and

Seven people, including assailant dead in Walmart shooting

A shooter opened fire in a Walmart in Virginia yesterday , leaving six people dead, police said, in the second high-profile mass killing in a handful of

1989 New era for Czechoslovakia

Three weeks of border clashes between Iran and Iraq appear to have finally erupted into all-out war. Iraq has bombed several Iranian air and military supply

WC puts spotlight on Qatar, but brings attention to its human rights record and politics

With the start of the World Cup on Nov. 20, 2022, soccer teams from 32 countries and tens of thousands of fans have converged on Qatar,

Ronaldo out to impress in Portugal’s opening game

Cristiano Ronaldo is in the shop window as he starts his fifth and probably final World Cup with Portugal. As of yesterday, the 37-year-old forward

Giroud, Mbappe help France rout Australia

France 4, Australia 1 France showed it can cope without its star striker at the World Cup. In Karim Benzema’s absence, Kylian Mbappe scored one

Top court rules against Scottish independence vote plan

The U.K. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Scotland does not have the power to hold a new referendum on independence without the consent of the British

King Charles III welcomes S. African leader for state visit

King Charles III welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London yesterday for the first state visit of his reign, which will include a formal banquet as

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