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ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan vowed on Thursday to restructure the military and give it "fresh blood" as emergency rule took hold across the NATO member country after last week's attempted coup.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines System (MAS) reiterates that its priority is to ensure that the next of kin of passengers on board the ill-fated MH17 and MH370 are properly compensated.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey rebuffed the European Union on Friday over the death penalty, while President Tayyip Erdogan vowed to restructure the military and give it "fresh blood", signalling the scope of a shake-up yet to come under a state of emergency.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - When Hafiz Saeed, a Pakistani Islamist wanted in the United States and India, led a kilometre-and-a-half long caravan of supporters on an anti-India protest march across Pakistan to the capital this week, the story was not aired by local TV channels.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's parliament on Friday eased some restrictions on the constitutional court in a move the government said addressed concerns that the ruling party had undermined the rule of law but the opposition said the changes did not go far enough.
PETALING JAYA: Viral messages have been spread on possible rallies today, calling for the people to gather in the city centre.
While Malaysia has its fair share of tycoons who have built their empires over the years, most of the country’s largest corporations are actually controlled by a select group of government-linked investment companies or GLICs who own major stakes in many large listed corporations in Malaysia dubbed government linked companies or GLCs.
When the Federal Reserve Bank of New York cleared five transactions made by the Bangladesh Bank hackers, the money went in two directions. On Feb 4, the Fed's system sent US$20mil (RM81.25mil) to Sri Lanka and US$81mil (RM329.06mil) to the Philippines.
BANGKOK: Thai police has questioned the wife of a British journalist over his social media links to unflattering photos alleged to be of the kingdom’s crown prince, in a country where insulting the royals carries heavy jail terms.
OPEN burning is not only an eyesore to residents in the neighbourhood but also poses a health hazard to those breathing in the smoke.