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No one can stop me from speaking up: Muhyiddin

"I want to remind them that in a liberal and democratic country, no one can stop me from speaking up."

Teh resigns as Penang DAP organizing secretary

Tanjung Bunga state assemblyman Teh Yee Cheu has resigned from his post as the organizing secretary of Penang DAP.

Umno general assembly not open to media: Tengku Adnan

Umno sec-gen Tengku Adnan says the party has decided that its general assembly next month will be a closed-door meeting without media coverage to avert manipulation of news.

4 reasons not to recognize UEC: Yap

Mary Yap tells Dewan Rakyat the government refuses to recognize the UEC based on four reasons.

Nurul Izzah to be referred to Parliament Rights and Privileges Committee

Nurul Izzah will be referred to the Parliament Rights and Privileges Committee over her meeting with the daughter of former Sulu terrorist group chief.

Asean leaders confident of 4.4% growth in region's GDP

Asean leaders have expressed confidence that the forecast real gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 4.4 per cent will be realised this year, said the chairman's statement following the 27th Asean Summit and Related Summits which ended here on last Sunday.

Nurul Izzah says may see police Thursday over Jacel meeting

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar said today she may meet the police tomorrow over her meeting with the daughter of the former head of the Sulu militant group that intruded into Sabah in 2013.

Russia wants anti-IS alliance with US, France and even Turkey

Russia would be prepared to "create a joint staff" to fight the Islamic State in which Moscow would work with France, the United States and even Turkey, the Russian ambassador to France said Wednesday.

RM2.25m for keeping giant pandas: deputy minister

The operational costs of keeping a pair of giant pandas from China and the maintenance costs of the Giant Panda Conservation Centre at about RM2.25 million annually are being borne by the National Zoo.

Chinese media says birth discrimination must end

Chinese state-run media called Wednesday for children born outside the country's one-child policy to be given crucial household registration documents, an issue that has left as many as 13 million in legal limbo.


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