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Top economic agencies meet

A one-day meeting at the United Nations brought together representatives of the world's top economic and social agencies for a dialogue with diplomats. It was an attempt by the United Nations to re-build its role as an eminent development forum and policy maker.

Independent members to head FAM judicial system

B>PETALING JAYA: /B>The FA of Malaysia (FAM) are looking at a change soon in their judiciary system to appoint independent members to head the disciplinary and appeals committees.

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Football: Six more for Malaysian Super League

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) have decided on making drastic changes to the Malaysian Super League (MSL), which was introduced three seasons ago.

New UN human rights body provides fresh hope

The creation of a new Human Rights Council under the United Nations General Assembly heralds the beginning of an overhaul of the world body.

No end in sight to SBB-BCHB wrangle

With the deadline expiring at 5pm today for the board of Southern Bank Bhd (SBB) to respond to Killinghall (M) Bhd's request for an EGM to be called on the takeover offer by Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd (BCHB), there is a real likelihood that the entire process will see the insides of a courtroom soon.

Business as usual likely in Kelantan Assembly

No changes are expected in debates and proceedings during future state Legislative Assembly sittings in Kota Baru despite PAS holding a majority of only one seat.

EU lawmakers to set up CIA prisons inquiry

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Parliament decided on Thursday to investigate allegations that the CIA used European states to transport and detain terrorism suspects illegally.

EU lawmakers to set up CIA prisons inquiry

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Parliament decided on Thursday to investigate allegations that the CIA used European states to transport and detain terrorism suspects illegally.

Hong Kong leader pledges changes to unpopular reforms

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's leader pledged on Thursday to make changes to the government's unpopular election reform package amid fierce opposition from pro-democracy lawmakers.