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IPOH: The Perak government will meet up with various environmental non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to discuss how to create a more sustainable environment in the state.
MELAKA: Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari is disappointed by the attempts of certain quarters to exploit religious issues over the recent sacking of the Gadek Village Community Management Council (MPKK) chairman.
TOULOUSE (Reuters): Loved by passengers, feared by accountants, the world's largest airliner has run out of runway after Airbus decided to end A380 production after 12 years in service due to weak sales.
SUNGAI PETANI (Bernama): Men too have been recorded as being victims of sexual harassment at the workplace, says Women, Family and Community Development Deputy Minister Hannah Yeoh.
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no such things as a cure-all or an instant cure for an ailing economy with the setting up of just one council, says former minister Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced a bill on Wednesday that would impose stiff new sanctions on Russia over its meddling in U.S. elections and aggression against Ukraine, the latest congressional effort to push President Donald Trump to ratchet up Washington's response to Moscow.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday said Congress would oppose U.S. military intervention in Venezuela and challenged the credibility of President Donald Trump's special envoy, Elliott Abrams, over his past embrace of American covert action.
Cities that were shunned in Amazon.com Inc's search for a secondary corporate headquarters are revisiting their bids in case one of the actual winners, New York City, rejects the corporate giant due to opposition from local politicians.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said Malaysia “will not compromise” in its talks with Goldman Sachs Group Inc over the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal, and the bank “must bear responsibility.”
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): Malaysia’s would-be prime minister says he expects to take power from Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in less than two years but wants to give the current leader enough time to govern effectively before he assumes control.