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Samad Said denies writing poem criticising Pakatan (updated)

PETALING JAYA: National laureate Datuk Seri A. Samad Said has denied writing a poem criticising the Pakatan Harapan government for abandoning literary artists such as him.

Chinese railway station warns passengers not to give money to elderly beggar

Announcement at Hangzhou East tells commuters she is ‘from a well-off family, don’t fall for her story’ The 79-year-old woman told her son she was saving up to hire a carer, local newspaper reports

Gurdwara Sahib Taiping’s soup kitchen marks first anniversary by helping more folk

ONE MAKES a life by what one gives. The Gurdwara Sahib Taiping soup kitchen began with 18 volunteers.

Volunteers with big hearts

ONE MAKES a life by what one gives.

Ex-convict given a second chance at life now helps others

Ex-convict Sam Kian Seng is pouring his life into helping people get on the right path in life and avoid a life of crime.

Survivors of last major Islamic State battle in Iraq beg for food

MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - On a scorching August afternoon, an angry crowd besieged a mini-truck loaded with meat of two slaughtered cows amidst the ruins of what was the last Islamic State (IS) bastion in Mosul.

Penang govt concerned about homeless women’s safety

THE Penang government is concerned about the safety of homeless women in Bukit Mertajam, reported Oriental Daily.

Former Tokyo-based engineer emerges as big winner from China’s love affair with the QR code

Beijing Inspiry Technology Co is among companies cashing in on the shift to smartphone-based mobile payments in China.

Assassination attempt and protest send warning to Azerbaijan's rulers

GYANJA, Azerbaijan (Reuters) - An assassination attempt and protest in Azerbaijan's second city have sent a warning to the ruling elite that discontent is simmering in the tightly controlled, oil-producing state.

U.N. award-winning photographer awaits verdict in Egypt terrorism trial

CAIRO (Reuters) - The parents of an Egyptian photojournalist, whose case has been highlighted by UNESCO, hope their son will be cleared when his trial ends on Saturday, but fear he could be convicted on terrorism charges.