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G25 supports PM’s idea

PETALING JAYA: The group of prominent Malays, G25, has backed the Prime Minister’s proposal for a committee to regulate political funding, saying that this will help “clean up” local politics.


Nazri: Opposition suit against PM 'foolish'

SUNGAI SIPUT: Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has criticised the Opposition's move to file a civil suit against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak for allegedly breaching electoral offences by having US$700mil deposited into his personal account.


Myanmar party chief ousted over ties to rivals, contentious bills - minister

NAYPYIDAW (Reuters) - Myanmar President Thein Sein sacked Shwe Mann as ruling party chairman this week because he supported controversial bills in parliament and had ties to rival party leaders, the information minister told Reuters in an interview on Saturday.


G25 backs Najib’s call for political parties to declare source of funding

PETALING JAYA: G25 has backed Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s call for political parties to declare their source of funding.


Iraqi effort to isolate, retake Ramadi advancing - U.S. military

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iraqi troops are more than halfway through an operation to encircle Islamic State militants in Ramadi, after which they will launch a final offensive to retake the Iraqi city, a U.S. military spokesman said on Friday.


Ex-aide to Canada PM says directed Senate how to handle scandal

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's aides were so concerned about the fallout of an ethics scandal involving a high-profile Conservative senator that they took tight control of Senate actions to try to limit the damage, a court heard on Friday.


Russia steps up demand for U.S. to drop European missile shield

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia urged the United States on Friday to scrap plans to station parts of a missile shield system in Europe now that Iran has reached an agreement with world powers to limit its nuclear programme.


Right wing's Blocher says Swiss must reject EU colonialism

ZURICH (Reuters) - Leading right winger Christoph Blocher urged the Swiss government to take a hard line in talks with the European Union on limiting immigration, saying EU countries had more to lose if ties break down.


Myanmar gags media linked to ousted ruling party leader, adding to concerns about reforms

NAYPYITAW (Reuters) - Myanmar has gagged media linked to parliamentary speaker Shwe Mann after he and his allies were dramatically purged from the leadership of the ruling party by President Thein Sein on Thursday months before a historic general election.


Mind your manners, Umno members told

SAO PAULO: Umno members have been reminded to mind their manners when criticising the party so that the leaders will not be shamed.