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PUTRAJAYA: It is alarming that on average, three people die at the workplace in Malaysia every day, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.
BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad's assault in the northwest has been met with a painful rebel counterpunch that underlines Turkish resolve to keep the area out of his hands and shows why he will struggle to take back more of Syria by force.
Hong Kong doctor convicted of indecent assault for grabbing schoolgirl’s buttocks on bus spared jail after magistrate shows mercy
Lau Ka-chun, 27, sentenced to 240 hours of community service after court agrees to request by defence Conviction for indecent assault on public transport generally warrants 14 to 28 days of imprisonment, even for first-time offenders, magistrate says
PETALING JAYA: Celebrity chef Datuk Redzuawan Ismail calls on young Malays in Malaysia to change if they want to enjoy a slice of the cake in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: Manganese poisoning should not be excluded as a possible cause of the deaths of 15 Bateq people in Kuala Koh, says medical expert Dr Steven Chow.
While most Malaysians enthusiastically embrace a cashless payment system, risk and security issues are being highlighted more than ever and the prevalence of people getting duped through online scams is growing, while cybersecurity threats continue to lurk on the horizon. In order for mobile payments to succeed, concerns regarding privacy and security must be addressed.
CARACAS (Reuters) - One of the central mysteries of Venezuela's slow-motion collapse: Why does the military continue to support Nicolas Maduro, the president who has led the once-prosperous South American country into poverty and chaos?