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MPs must back 'Vote at 18' to show youths matter, says Bersih 2.0

PETALING JAYA: Supporting the motion that will be tabled by the Election Commission (EC) in Parliament for youths to be eligible to vote at 18 would be an acknowledgement that the youths of the country matter, electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0 tells MPs.


Boston Marathon bomber had fair trial despite news deluge, U.S. prosecutors argue in appeal

BOSTON (Reuters) - Prosecutors on Thursday urged a federal appeals court to reject Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's claim that trying his case in a city reeling from an attack that killed three people and wounded more than 260 others deprived him of a fair trial.


Lawyers for ex-Trump adviser Stone deny he violated judge's gag order

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for Roger Stone, a former political adviser to President Donald Trump, on Thursday denied accusations by prosecutors that he violated a court-imposed gag order by posting comments on social media about former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.


France roasts in record heatwave, two die in Spain

PARIS/MADRID (Reuters) - France registered its highest temperature since records began on Friday as the death toll rose from a heatwave suffocating much of Europe.


Deeply divided, EU leaders halt talks after no deal on top jobs

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders suspended a summit on Monday after they failed to agree who should fill the bloc's top jobs, with divisions over the marquee role of European Commission president as entrenched as ever after some 20 hours of talks.


France wants to reduce water use as rivers dry up

PARIS (Reuters) - The French government wants to reduce water use by encouraging wastewater recycling and encouraging consumers to less water as the flow of rivers gradually slows due to climate change.

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Cameras in private-hire cars, cabs can record audio

SINGAPORE: A year after taxis and private-hire cars were allowed to have inward-facing video cameras, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) said these cameras are also allowed to make audio recordings.


Malaysia among few countries with voting age of 19 and above

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is among the fewer than 20 countries in the world to have a minimum voting age of 19 and above.


Man attempts suicide after stabbing 55-year-old wife to death

MELAKA: A 55-year-old woman has died reportedly after being stabbed four times by her husband here.


M'sian student leads UK rocket team to great heights

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian student was part of a team that managed to beat the existing United Kingdom altitude record for amateur high power rockets.