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Nation

‘Health Ministry powerless over prices of drugs’

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry currently does not have the power under the law to regulate the prices of drugs supplied in the private sector, says Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

Nation

Boy beaten up by guards

THE family of two brothers who were reportedly attacked by hypermarket security guards in Cheras, before being detained by police for six days is taking legal action, Makkal Osai reported.

World

Libyan party chief warns of 'fake voters' due to ID card scam

TUNIS (Reuters) - The head of one of Libya's main political movements has alleged widespread fraud involving national identity cards, saying this could jeopardise elections that may be held late this year.

World

Israel charges former employee of NSO Group with cyber crimes

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - A former employee of cyber surveillance company NSO Group has been charged with stealing intellectual property and trying to sell it for $50 million (37.8 million pounds) over the Darknet in a manner that could harm state security, Israel's Justice Ministry said.

World

German coalition reaches deal on migration, no transit centres

BERLIN (Reuters) - The parties in Germany's ruling coalition on Thursday reached agreement on a package of measures to deal with asylum-seekers who have already registered in other European Union states, and vowed to push ahead with an immigration law before year's end.

World

Exclusive: Russia's telecoms security push hits snag - it needs foreign help

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian telecoms operators will have to use foreign technology to comply with a law on storing data, two industry sources with knowledge of the matter said, even though Vladimir Putin told his government to ensure local companies produced the equipment.

TECH

WhatsApp sends legal letters to indie developers

WhatsApp's aggressive measure of using Cease and Desist letters against Android apps it deemed infringed its service, though the apps did not use its APIs, have drawn online flak over the perceived bullying of indie developers.

TECH

Russia’s telecoms security push hits snag – it needs foreign help

Russian telecoms operators will have to use foreign technology to comply with a law on storing data, two industry sources with knowledge of the matter said, even though Vladimir Putin told his government to ensure local companies produced the equipment.

Nation

Group gathers ahead of launching of 'Free Najib' donation campaign

KUALA LUMPUR: A small group of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's supporters have begun gathering outside the former premier's residence in Jalan Langgak Duta here for the launch of the "Free Najib" donation campaign.

Nation

Najib's trial a step toward transparency and justice, says report

PETALING JAYA: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's arrest and subsequent trial is a step toward transparency and justice, said American daily The Washington Post in an opinion article.