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Law to protect the helpless

FROM DATUK KHOO AH SEE @RETIRED MATA MATA , Shah Alam

Soros foundation turns to Strasbourg court to get Hungary's NGO law repealed

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - U.S. billionaire George Soros's Open Society Foundations (OSF) said on Monday it would challenge at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg Hungarian laws that make it a crime to help asylum-seekers.

Cuba's new president makes first trip to old Cold War foe United States

HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, arrived in New York on Sunday for his first trip to the United States, where he will denounce the decades-old U.S. trade embargo on his country at the U.N. General Assembly, state-run media reported.

Fake news still a crime in Malaysia

In this transition period, where rules are constantly being negotiated and renegotiated, we may see attempts by individuals or groups to use the law against activists or politicians, and even the media.

Breakthrough promise for Sabah and Sarawak

SABAH and Sarawak to be put back as equal partners under MA63,” my colleague Muguntan Vanar, The Star Sabah bureau chief, WhatsApp-ed me.

Singapore panel recommends regulation of tech firms over fake news

A Singapore parliamentary committee said on Sept 20 the government should consider legislation to ensure technology companies rein in online fake news and that those responsible are punished.

The Singapore committee said measures were needed as companies such as Facebook, Google and Twitter "have a policy of generally not acting against" content known to be false. — Reuters

Singapore panel recommends regulation of tech firms over fake news

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore parliamentary committee said on Thursday the government should consider legislation to ensure technology companies rein in online fake news and that perpetrators are punished.

How emerging market turmoil is affecting central banks in Africa

LAGOS: Central banks around Africa – poised to reveal their first response to the emerging-market turmoil of the past month – are likely to usher in an end to the continent’s easing cycle.

Hungarian foreign minister accuses U.N. rights experts of spreading lies

GENEVA (Reuters) - Hungary's foreign minister lashed out at what he called "biased, pro-migration" U.N. human rights experts on Wednesday, accusing them of spreading lies about his country and saying Budapest had the right to keep out illegal migrants.

Pakatan working on two-thirds majority support to amend Constitution

KOTA KINABALU: Pakatan Harapan needs to secure a two-thirds majority support for amendments to the Federal Constitution in its bid to put Sabah and Sarawak as equal partners in the federation, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

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