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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The gruesome murder of a 25-year-old woman in Mexico's capital has unleashed outrage among authorities and rights groups after leaked photos of her mutilated body appeared on the front page of a newspaper.
BEIJING: A shortage of face masks has prompted Chinese companies from car manufacturers to energy providers to start making their own to help fight the coronavirus.
SEREMBAN: All official government correspondence must be only in Bahasa Melayu from now on, says Public Service director-general, Datuk Mohd Khairul Adib Abd Rahman.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Libya's warring parties will continue talks this month to try to reach a lasting ceasefire in a war for control of the capital Tripoli, the United Nations said on Saturday, after a first round in Geneva last week failed to yield an agreement.
A sea change happened two years ago, and now, rumblings of another revamp to the country’s administrative landscape is expected to keep eyeballs peeled on newsfeeds.
IT is no secret that corruption and bribery is rampant in the corporate world. Across the globe, many corporations have offered – and continue to offer – some form of payment in return for contracts or favours from government or other companies.
KUANTAN: The recent announcement of a remission in quit rent rate by up to 80% in the industrial category comes as a relief to landowners in the state.
From MOHAMED GHOUSE NASURUDDIN of Penang.
BEIJING: Operations at the Malaysian embassy in China will carry on as usual, according to a message sent to the Malaysian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China (Maycham China).
MB: We hope 5G technology will be introduced in Johor for more economic growth.