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Nazri: Common for countries to issue travel warnings

Tourism minister says many countries in the world are facing terrorist threats, including Malaysia, and as such it is very common for countries to issue travel warnings to their citizens.

'Grexit' fears loom without solid Greek reforms: IMF

Fears that Greece will exit the eurozone, a "Grexit", could revive if Greek authorities do not come up with "credible" reforms, notably on pensions, a senior IMF official said Thursday.

Sanders says Clinton 'must become' next US president

Vanquished White House hopeful Bernie Sanders on Monday told a riven and lively Democratic convention that his rival Hillary Clinton must win the US presidential election in November.

19 killed in knife rampage at Japan care home

A knife-wielding former employee killed 19 people and injured 25 at a care centre for the mentally disabled in Japan on Tuesday, in the country's worst mass killing in decades.

Michelle Obama offers emotional Clinton endorsement

First Lady Michelle Obama offered an emotional endorsement of Hillary Clinton on Monday, hailing the power that having a first female president would bring America and pouring scorn on Donald Trump.

Yahoo seals $4.8 bn deal to sell core assets to Verizon

Yahoo sealed a deal Monday to sell its core business to telecom giant Verizon for $4.8 billion, ending a two-decade run as an independent company for the internet pioneer.

Rio scrambles to fix Olympic Village after Australia boycott

The official opening of the Olympic Village in Rio turned to fiasco Sunday with the discovery of blocked toilets and leaky pipes, prompting Australia to call the facility "not safe or ready."

What's new in Android Nougat

After its first presentation in May 2016 at the Google I/0 conference, summer brings more news on the latest version of Android -- version 7.0, also known as Nougat -- ahead of its official launch this fall.

Singapore to shame other errant banks after 1MDB saga

Singapore's central bank chief vowed Monday to name and shame other banks engaged in money-laundering after a scandal involving Malaysian state fund 1MDB hurt the city-state's financial reputation.

Govt wants those named in DOJ suits to clear their names: Najib

The government wants those named in the United States Department of Justice civil lawsuits to clear their names to show that there was no misuse of public funds as reported, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


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