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Thousands of China tourists cancel holidays in M'sia
Thousands of China nationals cancelled their holidays in Malaysia following the haze and chose other Asean countries.
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Sarawak hit by haze and water supply woes
MIRI: Drinking water supplies in dozens of populated settlements in interior northern Sarawak have dwindled to critically low levels.
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5,000 Penang fishermen to hang up nets on Nov 4
GEORGE TOWN: Thousands of fishermen will stop fishing for a day on Nov 4 in protest against the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project, which they say is throwing sand into their rice bowls.
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Thousands of Swiss protest 5G wireless over health fears
BERN, Sept 22 — Thousands of people protested in the Swiss capital Bern yesterday over the roll-out of a 5G wireless technology across the country, which they fear could damage people’s health.
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Daunting future facing the country
COMMENT | This is the 21st Century.
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UK travel firm Thomas Cook in race to avert collapse
LONDON, Sept 22 — Embattled UK travel firm Thomas Cook on Friday sought a further emergency capital injection, seeking to stave off a collapse that could trigger Britain's largest repatriation since...
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Thousands of Australian students kick off global climate strike
Thousands of school students walked out of their classrooms and onto Australian streets today to kick off a global strike demanding world leaders gathering for a UN Climate Action Summit adopt urgent ...
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Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over haze
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of schools were shuttered across Malaysia and Indonesia on Thursday (Sep 19), affecting at least 1.7 million pupils, officials said, as toxic haze from rampant forest fires se...
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As Amazon Smolders, Indonesia Fires Choke the Other Side of the World
Advertisement Supported by Thousands of fires, most of them set to clear land for plantations that make palm oil, created thick clouds of smoke that disrupted air travel and sickened people.
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Time to solve problems plaguing junior doctors
I WORKED with the Health Ministry for a good 36 years, during which I was a lecturer-cum-trainer for allied health science colleges for 26 years.
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Largest Pentecostal Night in S’wak witnesses new wave of revival
Thousands seen at Pentecostal Night at the Jubilee Grounds last Sunday.
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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection
NEW YORK, Sept 16 — OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP filed for bankruptcy protection in New York last night, succumbing to pressure from more than 2,000 lawsuits alleging the company helped fuel the...
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Climate protesters tell carmakers 'the party is over'
People taking part in a bicycle demonstration on a highway to protest against climate-damaging cars, as the Frankfurt Motor Show gets underway.
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Umno-PAS joint charter signed, Annuar Musa gets emotional while presenting charter
Thousands of members thronged the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) today towitness the historic signing of the joint charter between Umno and PAS later thisafternoon.The PWTC building was packed to the...
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Christians brave unhealthy air at Jubilee Ground for Pentecostal Night
The Jubilee Ground in Kuching packed with thousands of people on the first Pentecostal Night.
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Thousands throng PWTC to witness historic Umno-PAS 'marriage'
Thousands of members thronged the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) today towitness the historic signing of the joint charter between Umno and PAS later thisafternoon.The PWTC building was packed to the...
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Thousands throng PWTC to witness signing of Umno-PAS pact
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of supporters from PAS and Umno thronged Putra World Trade Centre on Saturday (Sept 14), as the two former political rivals is set to form a...
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Pentecostal Night: Christian politicians invited, urged by community to attend
KUCHING: Thousands of Dayaks who arrived yesterday from longhouses and villages for the Pentecostal Night are hopeful they will be joined by Sarawak Christian politicians from both sides of the politi...
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Thousands throng PWTC to witness historic Umno-PAS joint charter signing
Thousands of members thronged the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) today to witness the historic signing of the joint charter between Umno and PAS later this afternoon.
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Police to investigate inflammatory posts on Twitter against Raja Permaisuri
PETALING JAYA: Police have initiated an investigation after inflammatory comments were made on Twitter against the Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah.
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Yoursay: Dr M is fast running out of rakyat’s goodwill
YOURSAY | ‘The ‘M’ in the documentary has now come to stand for manipulation and mischief-making.’ 'M For Malaysia' is not just about Mahathir MS: So, the granddaughter of Prime Minister Dr Ma...
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Thousands mourn passing of ex-Indonesian president Habibie
Indonesian soldiers carry the picture and casket of Habibie during his funeral ceremony at Kalibata Heroes Cemetery complex in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Indonesia mourns former president Habibie in funeral ceremony
Thousands of Indonesians gathered in Jakarta on Thursday (September 12) to mourn former president Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie or BJ Habibie, who passed away on Wednesday.The funeral at the Kalibata Hero...
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Ex-IGP asks for probe on critical comments about Queen’s postings
PETALING JAYA: Former Inspector-General of police Tan Sri Musa Hassan (pix) has called on the police to investigate the critical comments about the postings made by Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Azizah...
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Fish farmers lose up to RM325,000 due to low tide
KUALA TERENGGANU: Thou­sands of caged fish have died following a low tide that hit Kampung Pulau Musang and Kampung Bela­dau Kolam here.
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Thousands pray for rain in Indonesia as forests go up in smoke
Thousands of Indonesians prayed for rain in haze-hit towns on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo on Wednesday, as forest fires raged at the height of the dry season, the state Antara news agency report...
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Philippine minister says no access for UN drugs war probe
The Philippines will not allow visits by the United Nations to investigate its bloody war on drugs, its foreign minister said on Wednesday, calling its human rights experts “bastards” who had demo...
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Entrepreneurs suffer losses after death of thousands of caged fish
Thousands of caged fish died following a low tide that hit two villages in Kuala Terengganu on Sunday.
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Dead fish: Entrepreneurs suffer RM325,000 in losses
KUALA TERENGGANU: Thousands of caged fish died following a low tide that hit two villages here on Sunday.
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British Airways pilots ground planes in unprecedented 48-hour strike
British Airways pilots began a 48-hour strike today, grounding most of the airline’s flights and disrupting thousands of travellers’ plans in unprecedented industrial action over a pay dispute.
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British Airways pilots ground planes Monday in unprecedented 48-hour strike
LONDON: British Airways pilots began a 48-hour strike on Monday, grounding most of the airline's flights and disrupting thousands of travellers' plans in...
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HK cops fire tear gas after thousands appeal to Trump
Hong Kong police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the upmarket Causeway Bay shopping district on Sunday, after demonstrators had rallied at the US Consulate calling for help in bringing democr...
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Hong Kong protesters sing US anthem in appeal to Trump for help
Thousands of Hong Kong protesters on Sunday sang the 'Star Spangled Banner' and called on US President Donald Trump to "liberate" the Chinese-ruled city, the latest in a series of sometimes violent pr...
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Living conditions 'rapidly deteriorating' after storm in Bahamas
Thousands of displaced people are living in “rapidly deteriorating” conditions in the worst-hit parts of the Bahamas six days after Hurricane Dorian made landfall, the United Nations World Food Pr...
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Much-loved forest reserve in sorry state
BUKIT MERTAJAM: It has been almost two years since Penang was hit by a massive storm but the exposed slopes and cliffs along the 3.6km tarred road in Cherok To’Kun...
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Yahoo down for six hours, users vent out on Twitter
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 5 — Thousands of Yahoo email users took to Twitter today to complain that the internet company’s services have been unavailable for more than six hours.
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Four MAHB staff lodge counter reports over KLIA technical glitch issue
Four suspended Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) staff have lodged police reports to counter claims of their involvement in the network equipment failure at Kuala Lumpur International Airport l...
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Hong Kong students boycott classes after weekend of violence
Hundreds of Hong Kong university and school students swapped classes for democracy demonstrations today, the latest act of defiance in an anti-government movement that has plunged the Chinese-ruled ci...
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Hong Kong on edge after weekend of clashes, airport disruption
Hong Kong commuters were met by riot police at subway stations on Monday in tense scenes following a weekend when protesters intensified their fight for democracy in the Chinese-ruled city, which is f...
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Thousands protest British PM's move to suspend parliament
Thousands of people across Britain and Northern Ireland protested on Saturday against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for about a month before the deadline for the coun...
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Malaysia celebrates 62nd Merdeka Day in Putrajaya
Thousands of people gathered at the Putrajaya Square on Saturday morning to celebrate the 62nd Merdeka Day themed “Sayangi Malaysiaku: Malaysia Bersih” (Love Our Malaysia: A Clean Malaysia).The S...
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Messaging app Telegram moves to protect identity of Hong Kong protesters
Telegram, a popular encrypted messaging app, will allow users to cloak their telephone numbers to safeguard Hong Kong protesters against monitoring by authorities, according to a person with direct kn...
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Messaging app Telegram moves to protect identity of Hong Kong protesters
WASHINGTON, Aug 31 ― Telegram, a popular encrypted messaging app, will allow users to cloak their telephone numbers to safeguard Hong Kong protesters against monitoring by Chinese authorities, accor...
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Thousands at National Day parade at Putrajaya Square
PUTRAJAYA: Thousands of Malaysians attended the National Day parade at Putrajaya Square this morning.
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Deepening unrest in Indonesia's Papua province
Indonesia’s easternmost provinces of Papua and West Papua on the island of New Guinea – collectively known as Papua – have been racked by civil unrest for almost two weeks.
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Amazon fires spark worries of a 'death spiral'
Thousands of wildfires are decimating the Amazon, threatening the very existence of the world’s largest rainforest and a bulwark against climate change.Reuters correspondent Jake Spring has been tra...
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Fuming passengers and patient ones too at KLIA airport after hours of delay
SEPANG: Thousands of passengers were left exasperated after a first-ever system disruption at both terminals of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) caused hours of delay.
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Fuming passengers and patient ones too at airport
SEPANG: Thousands of passengers were left exasperated after a first-ever system disruption at both terminals of Kuala Lumpur Interna­tional Airport (KLIA) caused hours of delay.
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Banks in Hong Kong condemn violence, urge restoration of 'harmony'
Some of Hong Kong’s biggest banks published full-page newspaper advertisements on Thursday calling for the preservation of law and order in the Chinese territory and condemning violence, as weeks of...
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Indonesia sends more police to Papua to curb civil unrest
Indonesia sent 200 more police officers to Papua today and reined in internet speeds to “prevent hoaxes from spreading” as civil unrest persisted in some parts of the country’s easternmost area,...
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Mahathir accuses Chinese education group of racism over Jawi controversy
PETALING JAYA - Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Monday called Chinese education group Dong Zong racist and followed this up yesterday by saying action could be taken if it keeps inciting...
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Police, protesters clash at HK airport after flights halted for second day
Police and protesters clashed at Hong Kong’s international airport on Tuesday after flights were disrupted for a second day as the political crisis in the former British colony deepened.
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Wee: Many other groups also against teaching khat in schools
Reports by MAZWIN NIK ANIS, ZAKIAH KOYA and ALLISON LAI PETALING JAYA: MCA has refuted Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s labelling of Chinese educationist group Dong Zong as “racist”, s...
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MCA: Many other groups oppose khat, not only Dong Zong
PETALING JAYA: The statement by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad labelling Chinese educationist group Dong Zong as "racist" is uncalled for, says MCA.
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Thousands protest in Kashmir despite clampdown
Indian police used tear gas and pellets to fight back at least 10,000 people protesting Delhi’s withdrawal of special rights for Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir state in its main city of Srinagar ...
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Malaysians lose RM2b annually in Macau scams, e-commerce fraud and love stings
KUALA LUMPUR: It would seem that Malaysians are a gullible lot, as many are easily sweet-talked into parting with their money.
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Pakistan expels Indian ambassador as Kashmir dispute escalates
Pakistan said on Wednesday it would expel India’s ambassador and suspend bilateral trade with its arch-rival after New Delhi stripped its portion of the contested Kashmir region of special status.
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Sporadic protests as Indian Kashmir seethes under clampdown
Thousands of Indian security forces kept a lid on protests in disputed Kashmir on Wednesday, helped by the continued suspension of telephone and internet services after the Himalayan region’s specia...
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China, Pakistan slam India's move to change Kashmir's special status
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plan to change the status of Kashmir ran into fierce opposition from China and its ally Pakistan on Tuesday as the disputed territory lay under a telecoms black...
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Thousands flee Kashmir after militant attack alert; India says it killed militants
Thousands of Indian tourists, pilgrims and workers began leaving the disputed region of Kashmir after a local government alert over possible militant attacks, and India said it killed at least five mi...
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Crowds throng traffic counters at Dataran Pahlawan to settle summonses
Malacca: Thousands of motorists thronged the makeshift counters set up by the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) at Dataran Pahlawan in Banda Hilir today as early as 7am to check and settle their traffic su...
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US lawmakers call for halt to sales of crowd-control gear to Hong Kong
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers has urged the Trump Administration to suspend future sales of munitions and crowd-control equipment to Hong Kong police which has been accused of using excessive for...
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Thousands of Hong Kong civil servants to rally, wave of protests planned
Thousands of Hong Kong civil servants are planning to rally on Friday night in support of protesters and to urge authorities to rebuild confidence in the government as escalating protests rock the Asi...
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The Apple Card will be rolled out in August, Tim Cook says
Apple’s eagerly-anticipated Apple Card was announced earlier this year, and will be the result of the ambitious partnership between Cupertino-based Apple and Goldman Sachs.
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Hong Kong protesters face riot charge
More than 40 people appeared in a Hong Kong court on Wednesday as they have been charged with rioting in last Sunday’s protest that turned violent.Thousands of activists clashed with police near Bei...
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Indian poor needs direct assistance from the government
ADUN SPEAKS | Why are funds allocated for the Indian community, especially the Bottom 40 group, being channelled via their leaders?
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Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets as riots continue in Hong Kong
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at pro-democracydemonstrators as clashes entered its second day on the streets near Sai Wan andCauseway Bay.Thousands of demonstrators continued to p...
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Protesters flock to Hong Kong airport as crisis simmers on
Thousands of protesters calling for democracy and some chanting “free Hong Kong” converged on the Chinese-ruled city’s airport yesterday as travellers were told to avoid protest areas in the ter...
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What Trump’s tale about the US trade war’s role in China’s economic decline got wrong
China’s second-quarter GDP slowdown has more to do with the government’s debt crackdown than the US president’s efforts. Given China’s huge contribution to global GDP growth, any decline will adversely affect all economies.
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Hong Kong police fire rubber bullets, tear gas as protests descend into chaos
Hong Kong police fired rubber bullets and tear gas in running clashes with protesters late on Sunday amid chaotic scenes as anger over an extradition bill morphs into a fresh front against what many s...
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RM700 too high to encourage workers to take up latest amnesty programme, says union
PETALING JAYA: An international workers’ union has welcomed the government’s latest amnesty programme to enable undocumented migrants to leave the country, but said the RM700 compound fee was stil...
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No matter who it is, video mastermind must face action, says Tian Chua
PETALING JAYA: PKR vice-president Tian Chua has asked the police to haul up the mastermind behind the distribution of the gay sex video which was intended to bring down federal minister and PKR deputy...
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Hong Kong protesters resume chorus of opposition to extradition bill
Thousands rallied in Hong Kong for a second day on Sunday, in an area popular with mainland Chinese shoppers, as deep-seated anger and frustration at the government's handling of an extradition bill r...
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Despite bombings and gunfire, illicit sex trade draws tourists to Thailand’s restive south
BETONG, Thailand: Laila is mesmerised by the view outside the glass window.
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4 ecommerce startups not to be missed at Tech in Asia Conference
When it comes to discussing about the future of ecommerce, one thing is clear: it will grow exponentially, especially in Southeast Asia.
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Automatic registration will ‘taint’ electoral roll, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) has voiced its opposition against the automatic registration of new voters as it can “taint” the electoral rolls.
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Runaway factor: Desire to be independent spurs children to leave home
PETALING JAYA: The yen for freedom is the main reason children run away from home, some never to be seen again.
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Malaysian exposes how he overstayed and worked in Australia
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian, who overstayed and worked in Australia, has exposed how foreigners are exploiting protection visas there.
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Thousands protest amid outcry over Myanmar child-rape case
Thousands of protesters marched to a police office in the north of Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Saturday, demanding speedy and transparent justice in a child-rape case that has sparked nationa...
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Hong Kong mothers march in support of anti-extradition students
Thousands of mothers marched in Hong Kong on Friday in support of students who have taken to the streets in recent weeks to protest against an extradition bill that would allow people to be sent to ma...
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Cops praised for taking care of dog
POLICE in Madhya Pradesh, India, have been commended for rescuing and taking care of a dog after they arrested its owner for killing five people, Malaysia Nanban reported.
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Children participate in practice run for hajj, around model of holy Kaaba in KL
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of Malaysian children took part in a practice run, on Thursday, of the Muslim hajj pilgrimage, marching around a model of the holy Kaaba, Islam’s most sacred site.
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Malaysian children in practice run for Haj pilgrimage
KUALA LUMPUR, July 4 — Thousands of Malaysian children took part in a practice run today of the Muslim Haj pilgrimage, marching around a model of the holy Kaaba, Islam’s most sacred site.
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Malaysians using refugee excuse to remain in Australia: Marzuki
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of Malaysians are seeking refugee status in Australia every year, as an excuse to remain in the country.
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Protesters scuffle ahead of Hong Kong handover anniversary ceremony
Thousands of protesters faced off with riot police early on Monday, the 22nd anniversary of Hong Kong's return to Chinese rule, ahead of an annual rally that is expected to draw huge crowds amid wides...
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Protest in Madrid as conservatives suspend ban on most polluting cars
Traffic in Barcelona city. MADRID: Thousands protested here on Saturday against the suspension of curbs on polluting cars by the new conservative city hall, raising fears that environmental rollbacks ...
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Protesters in Hong Kong press for extradition bill to be axed
Thousands dressed in black marched in Hong Kong on Friday to press for the full withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the financial hub into po...
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HK protesters hit the streets again to demand scrapping of extradition bill
Thousands dressed in black marched in Hong Kong today to press for the full withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the financial hub into a poli...
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Spain's Supreme Court to settle 'Wolf Pack' sex abuse case
Spain’s Supreme Court decides on Friday whether to uphold a ruling that cleared five young men of gang-raping a teenager at a bull-running festival, concluding a case that triggered mass protests an...
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China is harvesting organs from Falun Gong members, finds expert panel
China is murdering members of the Falun Gong spiritual group and harvesting their organs for transplant, a panel of lawyers and experts said on Monday as they invited further investigations into a pot...
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Bah humbug! Trump’s plan for more China tariffs to hit festive shoppers
WASHINGTON, June 18 — This year’s holiday season could be tighter for many Americans if the US government imposes tariffs on another US$300 billion (RM1.25 trillion) worth of Chinese imports — b...
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Hong Kong demonstrators defy authorities, continue protests after permit expires
Thousands of protesters defied authorities and remained on the streets in Hong Kong early Monday morning (June 17) despite the permit for holding demonstrations expiring at midnight.The Hong Kong gove...
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How encrypted messages and car ‘crashes’ helped Hong Kong protesters
Thousands of black-clad demonstrators braved tear gas and rain for 79 days in Hong Kong’s 2014 “Umbrella Movement”. The lessons of that agitation appear to have made the city’s protesters swifter and better prepared in some of their latest attempts to weather police action.
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Twitter deletes thousands of accounts tied to Iran, seeks to end false info campaigns
Twitter Inc on June 13 said it removed thousands of accounts linked to coordinated, state-backed activities it believes were from the Iranian government and archived them to its public database launched last year.
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Stop M'sia from being world’s top plastic dumping site!
LETTER | I never thought I would live to see such headlines in the news; that Malaysia has become “the world’s top dumping site for plastic waste”.
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Stop Malaysia being the world’s top plastic dumping site — Meera Badmanaban
JUNE 12 — I never thought I would live to see such headlines in the news — that Malaysia has become “The world’s top dumping site for plastic waste”.
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HK stocks drop most in Asia as protesters block roads
HONG KONG: Stocks fell in Hong Kong as demonstrators threatened to bring the city to a standstill.
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Celebrating Hari Raya, Sarawak style
Thousands of people from all walks of life thronged the Hari Raya open house of the Sarawak State government recently at the Borneo Convention Centre in Kuching.
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Thousands attend Sabah govt’s Raya open house
KOTA KINABALU: Thousands of people flocked to Menara Tun Mustapha in Likas, the venue for the Chief Minister and state Cabinet’s Hari Raya open house.
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People from all walks of life throng Sabah CM, state Cabinet open house
KOTA KINABALU: Thousands of people flocked Menara Tun Mustapha in Likas on Sunday (June 9) for the Hari Raya open house of the Sabah Chief Minister and state Cabinet.
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