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Romanians punish ruling party in anti-graft referendum, EU poll

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanians overwhelmingly rejected measures seen as making it harder to tackle rampant state corruption in a non-binding referendum on Sunday, dealing a double blow to the ruling Social Democrats (PSD) who also lost support in European elections.

Houthi leader says drone attacks a response to spurned Yemen peace moves

DUBAI (Reuters) - A leader of Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement said on Sunday it had resumed drone strikes deep inside Saudi Arabia this month in response to what he called the Saudi-led coalition's spurning of "peace initiatives" by his group.

Enhancing governance in Malaysia

A letter from DATUK M. SANTHANANABAN, Kajang, Selangor.

Over nine million vehicles running with faulty brakes in Malaysia

A letter from JD LOVRENCIEAR, Kuala Lumpur.

China remind Japan who’s the boss in badminton

PETALING JAYA: China reclaimed the Sudirman Cup in emphatic fashion by crushing Japan 3-0 for their 11th title.

China digs in for long trade war

Beijing: China is digging in for a tough period of deteriorating ties with the United States, fanning the flames of patriotism with Korean War films, a viral song on the trade war, and editorials lambasting Washington.

Asia Pacific leads digital commerce trend

WITH the rapid spread of mobile technology in Asia Pacific, the region is expected to take the lead in shaping digital commerce trends over the next few years.

Please stay the course, PH!

THE Pakatan Harapan government is still grappling with issues real and imaginary a year after coming to power. So much has been said about the performance of the present government.

Iraqi court sentences three French men to death

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - An Iraqi court sentenced three French men to death on Sunday after finding them guilty of joining Islamic State, two court officials told Reuters.

Papua New Guinea prime minister quits after weeks of turmoil

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O'Neill announced his resignation on Sunday after seven years in the top job following weeks of high-level defections from the ruling party.