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MCA’s strong-willed president is leading Malaysia’s key Chinese political party back to life from near extinction in the last national polls.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haitian President Jovenel Moise could be ruling by decree later this week, a scenario he said would help break the Caribbean nation's political deadlock but which critics fear will undermine its fragile democracy.
Two decades ago, AirAsia revolutionised consumer expectations in the region with the catchphrase: 'Now everyone can fly.'
PONTIAN: The Tanjung Piai by-election will be a poser to the 53,528 voters on whether they want to give the Pakatan Harapan government a second chance, or teach it a lesson.
(Reuters) - Quotes from people in Hong Kong's central and financial districts and East Kowloon on Wednesday after days of protests and violence that have caused widespread disruption in many parts of the territory.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Patience is wearing thin among some residents of the Pakistani capital enduring another round of anti-government protests, with tens of thousands of opposition supporters showing no sign of giving up despite the onset of winter rain.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (Reuters) - Joan Fialkov, a 66-year-old retired teacher and lifelong Democratic voter from Pennsylvania, believes Joe Biden can restore some stability to the country after Donald Trump's presidency.
MANILA (Reuters) - If he gets his way, Filipino senator and boxing champion Manny Pacquiao would have drug criminals executed by firing squad.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean lawmaker came under fire this week after he scolded a female nominee to the country's antitrust body for not having a child to fulfil her duty to the nation.
Seoul: A South Korean lawmaker provoked outrage when he berated a female economics professor nominated as the country’s antitrust chief for not “fulfilling her duty to the nation” by having a child.