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GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Malaysians have been urged to send out a positive message that Malaysia is still a safe place to visit despite being faced with the Covid-19 infection situation, says Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
SOMETHING is very wrong with some of our Members of Parliament. Our economy has been heading south since the outbreak of the Covid-19, which spread – like a virus does – from China to the rest of the world, not sparing Malaysia, yet some politicians seem oblivious to the sense of urgency.
THE Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout is looking for Form Six and pre-university students to contribute essays to our Earn Your Band 6 column.
TOKYO: Olympic chiefs admitted on Saturday (Feb 15) they face a "very big communications job" to soothe concerns over the coronavirus epidemic in the run-up to this summer's Tokyo Games. But the head of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) coordination commission insisted there was no danger of Tokyo 2020 being cancelled or moved.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING: China is sparing no effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, a challenge to both China and the international community, by adhering to openness and transparency, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai (pic) said on Saturday (Feb 15). .
Hundreds of dog lovers are scammed every year by sophisticated websites that advertise puppies for sale.
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BERLIN/BEIJING: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi rejected international criticism of his country's human rights record with regard to its Muslim minority following a meeting with his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, in Berlin on Valentine's Day (Feb 14).
The rise of "fake news" – including misinformation and inaccurate advice on social media – could make disease outbreaks such as the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic currently spreading in China worse, according to research published on Feb 14.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have opened 26 investigation papers into the circulation of fake news on social media about the Covid-19 coronavirus.