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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will not be a 'silent lamb' in the face of vicious insults and defamation, and The Wall Street Journal should apologise for a racist headline on an opinion piece, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Monday (Feb 24).
PETALING JAYA: Two Cabinet ministers have posted farewell messages hours after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced his resignation as Prime Minister.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Families, firefighters and politicians gathered in a solemn public ceremony in Sydney on Sunday to honour the 25 people killed in recent bushfires that tore through the country's most populous state.
BEIJING (Reuters) - During weeks holed up in her grandmother's apartment with 10 relatives and eating a restricted diet, Chinese teenager Li Yuxuan says tempers have frayed.
(Reuters) - In the wee hours of Jan. 8, Tehran retaliated over the U.S. killing of Iran’s most powerful general by bombarding the al-Asad air base in Iraq.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will hold a wide-ranging enquiry into the causes of recent bushfires that killed 33 people and razed an area the size of South Korea, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday.
BEIJING: China deplores and rejects the wrong decision of the United States to designate five Chinese media outlets as "foreign missions, " Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Wednesday (Feb 19).
BEIJING: China on Wednesday (Feb 19) ordered three reporters from American newspaper the Wall Street Journal to leave the country over what it deemed a racist headline, in one of the toughest moves against foreign media in years.
PETALING JAYA: Student volunteers at Malaysia’s premier university are claiming that they were made to handle the “isolation” of students returning from China for the new semester.
“AT The End Of The Day Even Art Is Not Important” – artist Ahmad Fuad Osman’s exhibition title turned out to be doubly ironic.