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JOHOR BARU: There has been much talk about the Johor property market, especially on its slowdown and oversupply of properties.However, this is a great opportunity for homebuyers to take advantage of the great discounts and freebies out there.
PUTRAJAYA: A special task force on the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) has found that young Malaysians are eager to learn the language of others in the country.
PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has assured the people that the government will run the country according to the rule of law and not what he described as the draconian laws of the previous administration.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch government said on Friday it would spend hundreds of millions of euros to mitigate nitrogen emissions, in a move it hopes will pave the way for thousands of building projects to be restarted.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany has proposed starting EU membership talks with North Macedonia before the end of this year and agreeing in principle to launch the process for Albania, but without setting an exact date prior to Tirana meeting more conditions.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The U.S. top negotiator on North Korea, Stephen Biegun, met Sweden's special envoy to the isolated country in Stockholm on Friday before expected talks with North Korean officials at the weekend.
BERN (Reuters) - Switzerland has abandoned hopes of reaching an agreement with the European Union on a new treaty this month, frustrated by its inability to forge domestic consensus on how to its approach its biggest foreign policy issue.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Turkey-backed Syrian rebels pledged on Friday to back a potential cross-border offensive that Ankara has threatened to mount against Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria.
PETALING JAYA: The Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030, set to roll out on Saturday (Oct 5), will be a new dawn for Malaysia, says Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.
ANNECY, France (Reuters) - Previously-loyal lawmakers inside Emmanuel Macron's party are voicing dissent about its direction, according to interviews with party insiders, exposing new faultlines in the political base the French president needs to deliver his reform agenda.