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O "sală a furiei", amenajată în Singapore (VIDEO)

Angajații și studenții din Singapore care se confruntă cu un nivel ridicat de stres au de acum înainte la dispoziție “o sală a furiei”.

Această “sală de fragmentare” (“Fragment room”) este un fel de celulă compusă din patru pereți din …

قمّة الأنصار ــــ الصفاء أبرز المرحلة السابعة

سيسعى الأنصار للانفراد بصدارة الدوري اللبناني الـ57 لكرة القدم عندما يلتقي ضيفه الصفاء في مباراة قمة في افتتاح المرحلة السابعة، اليوم الجمعة.

وسيتوقف الدوري الأسبوع المقبل، بسبب استعداد منتخب لبنان لدخول معسكر تدريبي في سنغافورة قبل السفر لمواجهة مضيفه منتخب …

Singapore Airlines set to splash the cash in bid to up seat count by a quarter

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines will spend $850 million to increase the overall seat count by up to a quarter in its fleet of A380 superjumbos, and halve the number of first-class suites, as it seeks to combat lower airfares and boost …

Trump announces semiconductor company's return to US

A $100 billion semiconductor company based in Singapore will legally relocate its home address to the United States, President Donald Trump announced Thursday.

Broadcom Limited, which manufactures communications chips around the world, said it would relocate its legal address to …

Luveni enhances ties with Singapore

SPEAKER of the Fijian Parliament Dr Jiko Luveni met her Singaporean counterpart Tan Chuan-Jin in Singapore on Tuesday to discuss the draft memorandum of understanding aimed at enhancing the Singapore and Fiji Parliament Friendship Relations.

Dr Luveni said the relationship …

Oil Traders Set Sights on Seas as Diesel Makes a Comeback

It was only two years ago that the world’s biggest oil market was awash with diesel and profits from making the fuel cratered. Now the refined product is getting a new lease of life, and more demand is poised to …

Oil edges up to near two-year highs as market tightens

By Julia Simon

NEW YORK (Reuters) – prices edged up on Thursday, steadying near two-year highs as the outlook remained upbeat as OPEC-led supply cuts have tightened the market and drained inventories.

Brent crude settled up 13 cents, or