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KUALA LUMPUR: The Yang di-Pertuan Agong has urged the people to abide by the principles of the Rukunegara to help instil the spirit of patriotism in the community.
BANGI: The national campaign to buy Malaysian products got a further boost with Econsave hypermarkets offering up to 20% off 1,000 types of local products.
KUALA LUMPUR: French business magnate Bernard Arnault was appointed as a member of Terengganu Investment Authority (TIA) Bhd’s board of advisers upon the approval of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, the High Court heard.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq appointed new education and health ministers on Thursday, a day after Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi promised to reshuffle his government and enact reforms to try to stem unrest.
ROME (Reuters) - The Italian foreign ministry has summoned Turkey's ambassador to protest over Ankara's decision to send troops into northern Syria to attack a Kurdish militia, a ministry spokesman said on Thursday.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's opposition could score its biggest political win in a decade if liberal hopeful Gergely Karacsony manages to unseat ruling party incumbent Istvan Tarlos in the Budapest mayoral election on Sunday - and the race appears to be tightening.
HALLE, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's interior minister on Thursday warned after a gunman killed two people near a synagogue in the east of the country that the threat of anti-Semitism and right-wing terrorism was very high.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov discussed the Turkish military operation in Syria's northeast with Iraq's president by phone on Thursday, Russia's Foreign Ministry said.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey will take responsibility for Islamic State prisoners in a "safe zone" it aims to form in Syria after its military incursion there, the foreign minister said on Thursday, responding to fears the militants could escape in the chaos.
PARIS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Turkey's offensive on Kurdish-led forces in Syria has left its European allies incensed and fearing new jihadist militancy, but they are scrambling to form a coherent response beyond refusing to pay for any new humanitarian crisis on their doorstep.