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For white-collar staff, AI threatens new workplace revolution

If your job involves inputting reams of data for a company, you might want to think about retraining in a more specialised field. Or as a plumber.

Najib urges Myanmar to end Rohingya crackdown

Malaysia's prime minister Thursday urged Myanmar to end its crackdown on the Muslim Rohingya minority, warning that Islamist extremists may exploit the crisis.

No Umno in Sarawak: Abang Johari

Abang Johari says Umno will not be allowed to come into Sarawak so long as he is the chief minister.

Ringgit to stabilize to RM4.20 this year: ACCCIM

"Due to external resistance and negative market sentiment, the local unit has remained undervalued."

N. Korea preparing to launch new missiles: report

North Korea is preparing to test new rockets, a report said Thursday, after its leader Kim Jong-Un said the country was in the final stages of developing inter-continental ballistic missiles.

Khalid convicted for illegally teaching Islam

Amanah's MP for Shah Alam Khalid Abdul Samad was convicted by the Klang Lower Syariah Court this morning for illegally teaching Islam at a surau.

Tanjong Datu by-election on Feb 18, nomination on Feb 4

The Election Commission (EC) has fixed February 18 as the polling day for Tanjong Datu state assembly by-election in Sarawak. Nomination will be on Feb 4 while early polling is on Feb 12.

S. Korea court rejects arrest warrant for Samsung heir

A South Korean court on Thursday refused to authorise the arrest of the heir to the Samsung business empire, in a setback to prosecutors probing a corruption scandal engulfing President Park Geun-Hye.

IS lost nearly a quarter of its territory in 2016

The Islamic State group lost nearly a quarter of its territory in Iraq and Syria last year, according to a report released Thursday by research firm IHS Markit.

Anwar and family allowed to refer legal questions to Federal Court

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his family were allowed by the Court of Appeal today to refer legal questions to the Federal Court to decide on whether the decision-making process of the Pardons Board over royal pardons could be challenged in court.


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