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Ban cigarette sales near schools, say experts

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian youths are at risk of picking up smoking with a significant number of tobacco retailers located in close proximity to schools.

Manufacturers take a sales hit in China

US factories face weaker global trade as China’s economy slows to its lowest growth rate since 1990

Ideas CEO: Guardian report is 'incorrect and misleading'

PETALING JAYA: The Guardian report which stated that funding from the tobacco industry clouded Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs's (Ideas) stand on tobacco controls is incorrect and misleading, says its chief executive officer, Ali Salman.

UK's Guardian: Ideas received tobacco money and advocated against controls

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian think tank allegedly received funding from the tobacco industry, to the extent that it clouded the proposals it made to the government against the tax on cigarettes, UK-based publication The Guardian reported.

ATLAS defies backlash for launch success

The next game from the studio behind enormous hit Ark: Survival Evolved is a massively multiplayer seafaring adventure called ATLAS and, despite initial upset over apparent similarities, the new contender fared well during a busy year-end sale.

Govt must stand firm on smoking ban

LOVE it or hate it, the smoking ban imposed on all eateries nationwide on Jan 1 has drawn intense, divergent responses from all corners.

Morocco arrests Swiss national in connection with killing of Scandinavians

RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco arrested a Swiss national on Saturday in connection with the killing of two Scandinavian women, the counter-terrorism agency said.

More arrests made over murder of two Scandinavian women in Morocco

RABAT (Reuters) - Nineteen people have been arrested in the wake of the murder of two Scandinavian women last week in Morocco's Atlas Mountains, a security source familiar with the case said on Monday.

Moroccan suspects in killing of Scandinavian women were acting alone, official says

RABAT (Reuters) - Moroccan authorities believe four suspects in the killing of two Scandinavian women in the Atlas Mountains were acting on their own initiative, even though they had just pledged allegiance to Islamic State, an official said on Sunday.

Morocco vigils honour Scandinavian women killed in Atlas Mountains

RABAT (Reuters) - Vigils were held on Saturday evening in Rabat to mark the deaths of two women from Norway and Denmark who were killed in the Atlas Mountains earlier this week.