Workers use old bricks when they can or new ones made to specifications, transported by mules.
The move was the latest legal action tied to alleged money laundering at the fund set up by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in 2009 to promote economic development.
Industrial development faces fresh calls for greater local community participation in addressing challenges of environmental pollution.
Thousands of foreign nationals adopted by American parents are not US citizens because their parents did not follow through on naturalization.
First lady Melania Trump presented Mother Mushroom, or Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, with an International Woman of Courage Award in March, in part for her environmental campaigning.
Dennis Rodman’s visit to Pyongyang also raises concerns he will be used as a pawn to bolster a sympathetic image for Kim Jong Un.
North Korea wants sanctions relief before allowing humanitarian assistance and the repatriation of defectors in return for family reunions.
With help of technology and smatter of color, China regaining its status as 'kingdom of bicycles,' but some say flood of bikes crowding sidewalks, creating headaches.
The leaders of Germany, France and Italy, in a highly unusual move, issued a joint statement expressing 'regret' at the decision.
Analysts say Thailand’s military government has fallen short in business and economic reforms, to boost long term outlook and trigger foreign direct investment.
Some 60 exhibitors at the annual Computex Taipei show are working on virtual reality-related products.
Week of fighting between troops and a Muslim rebel group has killed nearly 100 people, forcing more to relocate.