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Chinese survey ships entering Philippine territory: Manila

Chinese survey ships have been entering waters recognised by the United Nations as Philippine territory, Manila's defence secretary said Thursday, in a move he described as "very concerning".

Johor exco arrested

Johor state exco in charge of housing and local government Abdul Latif was detained by MACC this morning to assist in the investigation of a massive housing and land scandal in the state.

MH370 search on hold pending Australian evidence: Liow

Liow stresses that even if the search has been put on hold, it does not mean the government is "washing its hands" but is waiting for more evidence and analysis from Australian experts.

Yellow cabs are safer: study

Yellow taxi cabs have significantly fewer accidents than cabs of a darker hue, according to research that scientists say could end up saving lives and money.

Malaysia to talk with N. Korea over row: Najib

Malaysia's prime minister on Wednesday ruled out severing ties with North Korea and said his government would seek to negotiate a way out of a rapidly escalating diplomatic row over the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam.

24-hour Thai border crossing soon?

According to a source, the decision has been approved by the cabinet although the actual date of implementation is yet to be determined.

N. Korea goes 'my way' with missiles and murder row

Dealing with a notorious murder by detonating a huge diplomatic row, and firing missiles as a practice assault on US bases in Japan -- North Korea's recent actions demonstrate its willingness to escalate tensions whatever the consequences, say analysts.

Video emerges of 'son' of assassinated Kim Jong-Nam

A video of a man describing himself as the son of assassinated North Korean exile Kim Jong-Nam emerged Wednesday, apparently the first time a family member has spoken about the killing.

Pyongyang adopts hostage strategy: former envoy

Former Malaysian ambassador to China Abdul Majid says Pyongyang is adopting a hostage strategy although it is unlikely Malaysia will succumb to its unreasonable demands.

Female traffic lights to promote gender equality in Australia

Pedestrian traffic lights showing female figures rather than male have been installed in Melbourne to reduce "unconscious bias" and promote gender equality, officials said on International Women's Day Wednesday.


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