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JOHOR BARU: Tourism and business groups here hope that the Federal Government would start discussions with Singapore to allow those who have been vaccinated in the island republic to enter Malaysia without the need for a quarantine.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Participants at Libya's U.N.-sponsored peace talks have approved a list of candidates seeking to lead a transitional government that will prepare the North African state for a national election at the end of 2021, the United Nations said.
PETALING JAYA: While the dramatic events unfolding in Myanmar eventually led to the announcement of a year-long state of emergency, one extraordinary video has surfaced and taken the Internet by storm.
A POPULAR local YouTuber who claimed that Gunung Keriang in Kedah was once the dwelling place of a powerful evil bomoh was criticised by locals for demonising the popular hiking spot, Oriental Daily reported.
PETALING JAYA: One of Malaysia’s beloved comedy icons Datuk Jamali Shadat, who tickled the nation with his one-man multiracial repertoire, has passed away, leaving behind a shining legacy of humour and cultural sensitivity.
BERLIN (Reuters) - When Abdul Kader Tizini graduated with a master's degree in mechanical engineering from RWTH Aachen, one of Germany's top technical universities, he thought it would be a matter of weeks before he landed his dream job.
IT was second time lucky for a Malaysian Masters student who got onto an established university quiz show in the United Kingdom (UK).
India's farmers have been protesting since the autumn, with a growing intensity that peaked in a violent breaching of barriers in the Red Fort in Delhi during India’s Republic Day celebrations.
PETALING JAYA: As students have to follow their lessons online because of the movement control order, there are concerns that traders are taking advantage of the situation to hike up prices of laptops and printer ink cartridges as demand for such items increased from last month.
PETALING JAYA: Empathy for fellow humans despite their creed to fight the invisible enemy during the Covid-19 pandemic has proven that everyone of us is an agent of the nation’s unity, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.