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U.S. lawmakers seek probes of News Corp

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers urged federal officials to investigate whether News Corp broke a law banning bribes to foreign officials, increasing transatlantic pressure on Rupert Murdoch's media empire.

Australia may review media laws after NewsCorp scandal

CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia's government may review national media laws in the wake of the News of the World phone hacking scandal, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said on Thursday, after an influential party demanded a probe into Rupert Murdoch's local media empire.

News Corp Australian arm launches probe

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian arm of News Corp is launching an investigation into whether there was any wrongdoing at its editorial operations in recent years after the phone hacking scandal at its UK operations.

Ramadan ban on nightspots

ALOR SETAR: Entertainment outlets, including karaoke centres and discotheques, will not be allowed to operate during Ramadan in Kedah.

Kedah's Ramadan ban on nightspots against Opposition manifesto

KUALA LUMPUR: The opposition-led Kedah government's decision to enforce the Ramadan ban on entertainment outlets, including karaoke centres and discotheques put in place by the state Entertainment Enactment 1997, is against their own manifesto.

Ban violates human rights of non-Muslims, says Chua

PETALING JAYA: The move by the Kedah government to stop 13 types of entertainment outlets from operating during the Ramadan month violates the human rights of non-Muslims, MCA Young Professionals Bureau chief Chua Tee Yong said.

KR1M project explained

A letter from DELIVERY MANAGEMENT OFFICE,Domestic Trade, Cooperativesand Consumerism Ministry.

Kedah entertainment outlets not allowed to operate during Ramadan

ALOR SETAR: Entertainment outlets in Kedah, including karaoke centres and discotheques, will not be allowed to operate during the month of Ramadan.

Oldtown up in early trade, most actively traded(update)

Cafe chain operator and coffee beverage manufacturer OldTown Bhd made its debut on the main market of Bursa Malaysia at RM1.38, up 13 sen against its initial public offering price of RM1.25.

Social Media: a double-edged sword in Syria

DAMASCUS (Reuters) - The byline has been withheld to protect the writer and those interviewed for the story. Reuters correspondents were expelled from Syrian shortly after unrest began in March.