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The opening of the Olympics in London was filled with wit, humour, creativity and popular music.
As the global climate talks resume today, an article by prominent scientists has warned that the pledges made under the Copenhagen Accord are 'paltry' and will increase rather than decrease emissions.
For both by-elections, victory for the ruling coalition would, without doubt, be a morale booster for the Najib administration.
Flying from Kuala Lumpur to London is more familiar to many Malaysians than flying to many Asean capitals, even though Asean is supposed to achieve its economic community in 2015.
How Australia-Indonesia relations will proceed from here depends very much now on Canberra’s next step.
THERE is no escaping the import of the news: the Sultan of Kelantan being kept at a hospital's Royal Ward, neither returning to his palace nor leaving for treatment elsewhere as planned.
This week, 26 countries will meet to organise retaliation against the EU over its move to tax airlines for their emissions. This may be the first salvo in dangerous trade wars fought over climate change.
West Kalimantan has been major beneficiary of the global natural resource boom, and the growing prosperity will mean the flow of cheap labour into Malaysia will eventually dry up.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is at his lowest ebb since March 2008 and he is turning to the ceramah circuit to defend himself against multi-pronged attacks.
After the chaotic ending of the Copenhagen conference, the United Nations' climate negotiations resumed in Bonn last week, with differences over how to proceed towards a global deal.
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