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PAS to decide Thursday whether excos should quit

PAS will decide Thursday whether the three Selangor exco members should resign.


World braces for more cyberattacks as work week begins

Governments and computer experts girded Monday for a possible worsening of the global cyberattack that has hit more than 150 countries, as Microsoft warned against stockpiling vulnerabilities like the one at the heart of the crisis.


China hosts Silk Road summit in shadow of N.Korea missile

China opened on Sunday a summit to promote an ambitious global trade infrastructure project highlighting its growing leadership on globalisation, but a North Korean missile test threatened to overshadow the event.


Johnson Lee could be summoned or arrested: police

"The police are still investigating the case and anyone related to it can be summoned for questioning or even arrested."


Wanda keen to invest in Bandar Malaysia

Wang Jianlin says he is willing to share his experiences, wisdom and unique designs with Malaysia.


Macron to take office as French president

Emmanuel Macron will be inaugurated as France's youngest ever president on Sunday, facing daunting challenges to rejuvenate the economy and breathe new life into the beleaguered EU.


Myth busted: People smell as well as dogs

People's sense of smell is just as sharp as those of rats and dogs, a US researcher said Thursday, calling for an end to a century-old "myth" to the contrary.


JJPTR head office raided by police

At the end of the 4-hour raid, the enforcement personnel took away large numbers of files along with ten employees to assist in investigation.


Immigration ex-DG loses appeal, jailed 6 years for corruption

The Court of Appeal today dismissed a former immigration director-general''s appeal against conviction for corruption and maintained the six years imprisonment and RM300,000 fine in default 12 months jail imposed on him by the Sessions Court.


Sarawak assembly disqualifies DAP rep

The Sarawak State Legislative Assembly today disqualified Dr Ting Tiong Choon as the DAP assemblyman for Pujut by citing his alleged Australian citizenship, thus necessitating a state by-election.


 

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