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Petrol, diesel down 1 cent

Prices of RON95, RON97 and diesel are all down by one cent to RM2.29, RM2.56 and RM2.31 per liter respectively.

Malaysia probes leak of organ donor details

Malaysia has launched an investigation after the details of 220,000 people who registered as organ donors were reportedly leaked online, the second big data breach in recent months.

Liow's chances tied to Adnan's fate

If Adnan opts to "retire" before GE14, Liow's winning chances could be impacted due to the loss of Malay voters supporting the MB.

Two students dead in US school shooting

A teenage boy opened fire with a handgun at a Kentucky high school early Tuesday, killing two fellow students and wounding more than a dozen people in the latest mass shooting to hit the United States.

Pro-trade allies rally in Davos ahead of Trump visit

India and Canada rallied their pro-globalisation allies at the Davos business summit Tuesday as delegates braced for a potentially combative appearance by US President Donald Trump later in the week.

Plans for Thatcher statue outside UK Parliament rejected

Plans to erect a statue of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher opposite Parliament were blocked Tuesday due to concerns over its design and lack of support from her family.

Richest 1% made 82% of wealth created last year

The world's richest one percent raked in 82 percent of the wealth created last year while the poorest half of the population received none, Oxfam said Monday, as the world's elite prepared to mingle at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Amazon opens first cashierless shop to public

Online giant Amazon on Monday plans to open a convenience store in Seattle where hungry customers will be able to grab sandwiches and go, without having to wait in line or use a checkout.

Rohingya repatriation won't begin Tuesday as planned: Bangladesh

The repatriation of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar due to begin Tuesday will be delayed, a Bangladesh official said, citing the huge task of preparing transit centres and approving lists of returnees.

US shutdown extends into Monday as crunch vote delayed

Hundreds of thousands of US federal employees will stay home without pay Monday after lawmakers failed to reach an agreement on ending a government shutdown before the start of the working week.


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