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Real-life Robocops: Singapore backs crime-fighting security drones

By: Robin Spiess - November 28, 2018

Singapore’s civil aviation authority announced its support for the commercial use of drones in delivering parcels, inspecting buildings and providing security – according to AFP – a move that further highlights the country’s ambitious commitment to drone technology

Indonesia plane crash

Was the Lion Air disaster caused by the plane’s own computer?

By: Marco Evers - November 28, 2018

The crash of a Boeing 737 operated by Indonesia’s Lion Air in late October was the second most fatal in the country’s history. A standard preliminary report – released one month after the crash – confirms that the plane had problems on previous flights and notes that the pilots struggled with the aircraft’s anti-stall automated


Sofitel decks the halls with holiday tunes

November 26, 2018

Phnom Penh’s Sofitel luxury hotel has a long history of celebrating the arts, which it will do this holiday season at Musica Felice. The resort’s first open-air concert for the whole family will feature 1930s jazz standards and festive classics like “Feliz Navidad” played by the Phnom Penh Choral Ensemble, 9th Harmonics, Alex Scarpati and

What’s in a job

Asylum protection officer: ‘in Thailand we treat refugees like tourists’

By: Janelle Retka - Photography by: Cory Wright - November 19, 2018

Waitsara Rungthong has worked as a protection officer in Thailand since 2015, assisting refugees who have fled there as they await resettlement in another country. She shared some of the nuances and challenges of her job at the Centre for Asylum Protection legal aid organisation