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Over 100 lion dance troupes provide crowd with visual treat in George Town

THE clashing of cymbals and the beating of Chinese drums broke the serenity of George Town when 108 lion dance troupes hit the streets as part of the Federation of Penang Wushu, Lion and Dragon Dance Association’s 39th anniversary celebration.


Malaysians take part in various activities for Hari Sukan Negara

KUALA TERENGGANU: If the disabled can do it, there is no reason why able-bodied individuals can’t keep themselves fit and healthy.


Top iPhone apps: iMovie, Pineapple Pen

iPhone owners continue to upgrade their handsets to iOS 10 en masse, as Apple's own software continue to dominate the free charts.


Press 1 for child labour: Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses

Textile workers from Bangladesh to Turkey are using cellphones to report child labour, delayed wages and trafficking – a trend rights groups say shows the promise of technology in tackling abuses in the garment industry.

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Animal shelter to continue operations

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Effort to replace Trump on ballot would face tremendous obstacles

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some prominent Republicans are urging Donald Trump to quit as the party's presidential nominee after video surfaced of him making vulgar comments about women but any attempt to replace Trump on the ballot would face huge legal and logistical hurdles.


Thousands of armed Yemeni protesters call for investigation into wake bombing

SANAA (Reuters) - Thousands of Yemenis, many of them armed, gathered at the United Nations headquarters in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Sunday calling for an international investigation into an air strike on a wake this weekend that was widely blamed on Saudi-led forces.


US court reinstates Apple US$120mil patent win over Samsung

A federal appeals court on Oct 7 reinstated a US$120mil (RM497.52mil) jury award for Apple Inc against Samsung, marking the latest twist in the fierce patent war between the world's top smartphone manufacturers.


Exclusive - Afghan Taliban leader taught, preached in Pakistan, despite govt vow to crack down

KUCHLAK, Pakistan (Reuters) - For 15 years until his sudden disappearance in May, the new leader of the Afghan Taliban insurgency openly taught and preached at the Al Haaj mosque in a dusty town in southwestern Pakistan, associates and students told Reuters.


Former Olympic hockey player Aminullah dies

PETALING JAYA: Former national hockey player Aminullah Karim has passed away.