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Going off the beaten path in N. Korea

MOUNT PAEKTU: Foreign tourists looking to go off the beaten path in North Korea can now camp out on the country’s biggest volcano.

DCM: Take all measures to stop jumbo killings

KOTA KINABALU: Drastic action needs to be taken to stop the slaying of elephants in Sabah, says Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew, as there seemed to be “no end to these deaths.”

More drastic action needed to stop elephant killings in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: More drastic action needs to be taken to stop elephant killings, accidental or otherwise, in Sabah, says Sabah deputy chief minister Christina Liew.

‘Major defects on Penang Second Bridge must be repaired quickly’

KUALA LUMPUR: There are 14 serious defects on the Penang Second Bridge that need to be fixed as soon as possible, says the Auditor-General Report 2017.

Serious defects on Penang Second Bridge need to be fixed urgently

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 14 serious defects on the Second Penang Bridge must be fixed as soon as possible, according to the Auditor-General Report 2017.

Venezuela opposition warns of crackdown after Maduro denounces attack

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's opposition on Sunday warned that the government of President Nicolas Maduro may launch a political crackdown after his government accused adversaries of seeking to assassinate him with an explosives-laden drone.

A brighter future for our parks

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian parks may soon be rated on how clean, green and well-maintained they are for users.

Is Hong Kong racist?

WITH the weight of the world on her shoulders, Camy Lok Mei-ching takes a deep breath and strides into a rural committee meeting. About 10 people turn to face her. She recognises lawmakers, government officials and residents of Shek Wu Tong Village in Yuen Long district.

A sports complex to pamper women

PUCHONG: Malaysia is to have its first women-friendly sports complex that will have amenities such as a children’s nursery, spa and beauty salon, says Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.

Could these be the faces of the murdered wife and son of China’s first emperor Qin Shi Huang?

Facial reconstruction technology helps bring back to life two possible victims of a notorious royal massacre whose dismembered remains were found at the site of the terracotta warriors