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KOTA BHARU: More Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members will retire below the Income Poverty Line level if the government allows additional withdrawals of their savings, says Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz.
Semporna boat explosion incident: Boy's body exhumed from fresh grave, police searching for boy's father
KOTA KINABALU: Search and rescue operations for two missing people following an explosion on a pump boat in waters off Semporna on Wednesday (Jan 12) has taken a new twist as police retrieved the body of a young boy from a fresh grave.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia has likely neared the peak of its Omicron wave, authorities said on Saturday, but warned daily infections will linger near record levels for "the next few weeks" after more than 100,000 cases were reported for a fourth straight day.
(Reuters) - Hackers who defaced and interrupted access to numerous Ukrainian government websites https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/exclusive-hackers-likely-used-software-administration-rights-third-party-hit-2022-01-14 on Friday could be setting the stage for more serious cyberattacks that would disrupt the lives of ordinary Ukrainians, experts said.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Thousands fell silent at candlelit vigils in towns and cities across Ireland on Friday in memory of a young jogger killed in broad daylight, in what campaigners called a "watershed moment" in the call to end violence against women.
THE Penang Hindu Association (PHA) has called for a ban on clothing and prayer supplies bearing the likeness of Hindu deities, reported Malaysia Nanban.
ANKARA/MOSCOW (Reuters) -Turkey and Armenia on Friday said a first round of talks in more than ten years was "positive and constructive," raising the prospect that ties could be restored and borders reopened after decades of animosity.
KUALA PILAH: The Yang Dipertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Tuanku Muhriz Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Munawir, has urged experts including in the health, religious and academic fields to work together to draw up special post-disaster programmes to strengthen the spirits and mental health of society.
TWO Sunway College students were awarded first place and given the title Best Across by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) for their excellent academic performance.