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Topic: Legislative Council

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HK cops fire tear gas, water cannon at petrol-bomb throwing protesters
Hong Kong police fired water cannon and volleys of tear gas to break up protesters throwing petrol bombs near the Legislative Council building and inside the Central Government Offices on Sunday, the ...
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Bridges of friendship across the sea
We in the peninsula must learn from our borneo brothers and sisters the art of communal living, in which they are far better than us.AS we commemorate 56 years of the formation of Malaysia, it is nece...
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Sabah Day celebrated in Papar
Jeffrey speaking at the Sabah Day celebration.
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Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water cannon to disperse protests
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and water cannon on Saturday as they tried to disperse pro-democracy protests that have plunged the Chinese-ruled city into its worst political crisis in decades.
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Website offers up to HK$1mil for helping to track down those involved in 30 ‘illegal acts’ during anti-government protests
‘803 action’ offers cash reward for help identifying those involved in incidents such as throwing Chinese flag into the sea and defacing emblems. Website is registered by...
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Twitter, Facebook accuse China of using fake accounts to undermine HK protests
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc said on Monday they had dismantled a state-backed social media campaign originating in mainland China that sought to undermine protests in Hong Kong.
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MySay: Hong Kong has the ability to recover
Political reforms in Hong Kong, held up by endless debate, have become an urgent necessity.
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Thousands in pro-police rally as Hong Kong braces for another mass protest
Tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong on Saturday to voice support for the police and call for an end to violence, after a wave of protests against an extradition bill triggered clashes between poli...
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Hong Kong singer-activist urges UN rights body to defend territory
China is tightening its grip on Hong Kong and the territory’s autonomy and democratic freedoms are slipping away, a prominent Hong Kong activist told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday ...
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Hong Kong faces risk of Beijing rule
LAST Monday, I watched the live telecast of protests in Hong Kong in horror as hundreds of protesters forced their way into the Legislative Council building, ransacking the chamber and defacing the emblem of the Hong Kong Government.
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First charges against HK anti-govt protester
Photo shows protesters break into the Legislative Council building during the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China in Hong Kong, China.
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Forgotten history: Women warriors of Southeast Asia
LETTER | Traditionally, society tends to look to the West as the champion of women's rights and female empowerment.
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Covering an unprecedented uprising in Hong Kong
On the afternoon of July 1, before protesters in Hong Kong trashed the city's legislature and riot police countered with tear gas, there was a moment that captured the city's state of flux.
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After a day of violent protests, Hong Kong starts to make arrests
Hong Kong police said on Wednesday they had arrested 12 people in connection with incidents on July 1, although it was unclear if they were among protesters who smashed their way into the city’s leg...
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Protests trigger deja vu for Malaysians living in Hong Kong
PETALING JAYA - Malaysians living in Hong Kong felt a sense of deja vu as they watched millions of Hong Kongers march in the streets in mass protests against the controversial extradition Bill in Jun...
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China condemns violent HK protests as 'undisguised challenge' to its rule
China on Tuesday condemned violent protests in Hong Kong as an “undisguised challenge” to the formula under which the city is ruled, hours after police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of prote...
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Protests trigger deja vu for Malaysians living in Hong Kong
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians living in Hong Kong felt a sense of
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Hong Kong police clear legislative building
Hong Kong police moved into the chambers of the Legislative Council building early Tuesday morning after protesters had stormed the building, destroying pictures and spraying walls with graffiti.
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10 must-reads for today
Malaysia's Johor state government has ruled out a repeat of the Sungai Kim Kim incident after 15 individuals - including 13 students - were admitted to hospital following breathing difficulties and vo...
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Thousands of protesters force delay in Hong Kong extradition bill debate
Tens of thousands of demonstrators in Hong Kong surrounded the city’s legislature on Wednesday, forcing it to postpone a second round of debate on an extradition bill that would allow people to be s...
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Chaos in Hong Kong as protesters storm road near gov't offices
Chaotic scenes erupted in Hong Kong early today as thousands of demonstrators stormed a key road next to government offices to protest against a proposed extradition bill that would allow people to be...
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Hong Kong to press forward with extradition law despite huge protest
Riot police surrounded Hong Kong’s parliament on today after authorities said they would go ahead with a proposed extradition law, which would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China, despite pr...
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More than 500,000 march in Hong Kong over proposed extradition law
Hong Kong was plunged into a fresh political crisis on Sunday night after more than half a million people took to the streets to thwart a proposed extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent ...
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Protesters in Hong Kong rally against law allowing extraditions to China
Demonstrators rallied outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council on Tuesday, protesting the amendment to the extradition law that could allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China.The bill is the l...
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Tun M: State Constitutions of Johor and Terengganu nullified by Federal...
(April 24): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the State Constitutions of Johore and Terengganu were nullified by the new Constitution which was accepted by all the States of Malaysia.
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PM: Johor, T'ganu constitutions 'nullified' when Malaya formed
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad claimed that the state constitutions of Johor and Terengganu were nullified when the Federation of Malaya was formed.
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As MA63 review begins, Sabah churches call for complete religious freedom
KOTA KINABALU, March 14 — As reviews for the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) begin, the Sabah council of churches (SCC) wants the review committee to also focus on the guarantee of complete religiou...
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HK moves to make disrespecting Chinese national anthem a crime
Hong Kong on Wednesday presented a controversial bill to lawmakers that prescribes jail terms of up to three years for disrespecting the Chinese national anthem, a move critics say raises fresh fears ...
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