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Australia, Thailand and the Gulf states have been inextricably linked in two global news stories lately, when two young people faced being forcibly returned to the places and people they fled simply because they happened to step foot in Bangkok.
Rahaf Mohammedal-Qunun, an 18-year-old Saudi woman, was on her way to Australia seeking its protection. Twenty-five-year-old Hakeem al-Araibi, heading...
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Is there a right and wrong way to lunch at your desk? Should you even be doing it at all? Experts and office workers weigh in
As winter finally begins to bite, the idea of the al-desko lunch seems increasingly alluring. No one wants to take their sandwich to the park when it’s snowing, and even the walk to the local cafe can seem too much when it is through wind and rain.
But is there a right and a wrong way to eat at your desk? Should we be even doing it in the first place? We asked some...