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PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang claims that vote-buying to determine the next prime minister is going on now, and says that the money should be spent on the rakyat's welfare instead.
KUANTAN: The Indera Mahkota PKR division is demanding Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to resign as the MP with immediate effect for betraying the mandate of the people.
Facebook Inc halted its election-day reminder feature in Europe amid concerns raised by its lead privacy watchdog in the European Union.
MIRI: The 12th Sarawak state election is highly likely to be called if Parliament is dissolved at the Federal level.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Angry Japanese parents joined bewildered teachers and businesses on Friday in a rush to find new ways to live and work for a month after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's shock call for all schools to close in a bid to stop coronavirus spreading.
Days ahead of the Iowa Caucuses vote, Rhiannon Payne was on the Bumble dating app – not to find a partner but to press her case for her candidate, Elizabeth Warren.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Hindu area of Bhajanpura and Muslim quarter of Chand Bagh face each other across a wide thoroughfare running through the northeastern part of India's capital, New Delhi.
SERDANG: For the first time ever, student elections in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) were conducted by the students themselves.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Former military chief Benny Gantz portrays himself as a straight-shooter who will restore simple values to Israel if he wins power in the country's third election in less than a year.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi politicians failed on Thursday to agree on a new government, prolonging deadlock that has failed to resolve unprecedented mass unrest and has stalled the country's recovery from years of war.