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KUALA LUMPUR: A group of women activists has urged the Government to address the issue of "toxic politics" to ensure political stability in the country.
PROF Wang Gungwu talked to Sunday Star the day after his public lecture. Below are excerpts from the 90-minute interview:
COLOMBO: During Sri Lanka’s May floods, rescue crews in Kiriella, a small town in Ratnapura district, spotted a remarkable sight.
SYDNEY/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's alleged disclosure of highly classified information to Russia's foreign minister is unlikely to stop allies who share intelligence with Washington from cooperating, officials said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Moneychangers nationwide will no longer buy or sell Rs500 or Rs1,000 (RM32 or RM65) notes, pending instructions from India.
HONG KONG (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ma Rongda, a tea grower for nearly 30 years, knows how badly his business can be affected by extreme weather. But when heavy snow and cold hit his tea garden earlier this year, Ma was not as worried as he used to be.
It was a case of chin up, chest out at the recently concluded CIFIT in Xiamen, with the doors swung wide open to foreign sophisticated industries and its private industries poised to venture out.
(Editor's note: This story contains language that may offend some readers in the fourth paragraph)