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KUALA LUMPUR: Proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 will not be tabled in this Parliamentary meeting, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
LISBON (Reuters) - When international creditors released Portugal from onerous loan conditions two years ago, they hailed the nation for some major reform achievements - not least, an overhaul of the judiciary.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey on Tuesday dismissed close to 15,000 more civil servants, military officials, police and others and shut down 375 institutions and news outlets in investigations over a failed coup in July, authorities said in two official decrees.
KOTA TINGGI: Villagers in Felda Penggeli Timur here were given a rude shock when the main road leading into the residential area collapsed due to a landslide.
PARIS (Reuters) - Former prime minister Francois Fillon, favourite to become the French centre-right's candidate for president in an election next year, said on Monday that Russia did not constitute a security threat and it was "completely stupid" to push it away.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Election tensions spilled onto Haiti's streets on Monday with shots fired outside the presidential palace as various candidates claimed victory in a re-run vote in the impoverished Caribbean country.
KOTA TINGGI: Villagers in Felda Penggeli Timur near here were shocked when the main road in the settlement collapsed into a gaping hole.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - A Cambodian court charged an Australian nurse on Monday for allegedly operating an illegal fertility clinic, police said, weeks after the country declared a ban on commercial surrogacy.