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Government looking to boost international tourist arrivals

EFFORTS will be focused on increasing tourist arrivals from China, South Korea, Australia, Asean countries and various places in India as a way of boosting visitor numbers.


Sarawak tables deficit budget for first time

KUCHING: Hit by falling oil prices and a weak ringgit, Sarawak has tabled a deficit budget for the first time in 15 years.


Iran's Guards using Trump victory to claw back power

ANKARA (Reuters) - Donald Trump's victory and the war on Islamic State have given Iran's hard-line Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps what it sees as a unique opportunity to claw back economic and political power it had lost.


Japanese troops land in South Sudan, fears of first foreign fighting since WW2

JUBA (Reuters) - A contingent of Japanese troops landed in South Sudan on Monday, an official said - a mission that critics say could see them embroiled in their country's first overseas fighting since World War Two.


Russia's Putin sees no difficulties for Moscow to freeze oil output

LIMA (Reuters) - Russia is ready to freeze its oil output - among the world's highest - at current level as there would be no problems for Moscow to do so, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday.


AG Report: PAC to haul up two ministries in immediate response

KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has identified two ministries that will be hauled up immediately over respective weaknesses outlined in the second series of the 2015 Auditor-General's Report tabled on Monday.


AG Report: Several DBKL projects delayed due to incompetent contractors

PETALING JAYA: Several projects under the Creating Iconic Places and Attractions by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), worth an estimated RM46.5mil, have been delayed after given four Extension Of Time (EOT) due to the appointment of incompetent contractors, according the 2015 Auditor-General’s Report (Series 2).


AG Report: RM983mil sewage treatment plant unable to accommodate Pantai area by 2035

PETALING JAYA: The RM983mil Pantai 2 Sewage Treatment Plant (Pantai 2 STP) will not be able to accommodate any more new developments in the Pantai catchment area by 2035.


AG Report: 'Less than satisfactory' issues concerning quarrying activities

PETALING JAYA: There has been an increase of 20.5% in the number of quarries operating in Malaysia over a three-year period.


Syrian family of six among dozens killed in Aleppo attacks

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Rebel shelling killed eight children at a school in the government-held part of Aleppo on Sunday and a barrel bomb killed a family of six in the rebel-held area, part of a heavy government bombardment that has knocked out all the hospitals.