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Out of Pyongyang for his birthday

PETALING JAYA: Nyanaprakash Muniandy (pic) will celebrate his birthday tomorrow with a sigh of relief. He is one of two Malaysians allowed to leave North Korea despite the travel ban imposed by the hermit kingdom.

Football

Return of key duo perfect FA Cup fillip for PKNP

PETALING JAYA: The timely return of two key players has given the Perak State Development Corporation (PKNP) a perfect boost in their bid to qualify for the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Nation

Malacca DAP accuses former state chief of smearing party

MALACCA: Malacca DAP liaison committee secretary Khoo Poay Tiong has accused the party’s former state chairman Goh Leong San of smearing the party by bringing up a dubious land deal in Kelantan at the state assembly sitting.

Views

Protecting the most helpless

IT WAS with mixed feelings that I read the article in The Star last week about a 19-year-old girl who claimed to have found an abandoned baby outside her home.

TECH

This website connects travellers affected by travel ban with volunteer lawyers

Travellers who may be affected by the revised US travel ban can seek free help from a group of volunteer lawyers who have launched an online portal to help protect immigrants and refugees.

Walking On The Edge

The start of a new journey

VERY often, I get stopped by journalists asking for my response to current and sometimes controversial issues. Due to the lack of time, it is simply not possible to communicate carefully thought-out policies in a few sentences.

World

Merkel - Worth doing all we can to improve German-Turkish ties

BERLIN/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Turkey to stop invoking Berlin's Nazi past in criticising cancellations of Turkish ministers' rallies in Germany, and said she would do everything possible to keep Turkish domestic conflicts from spilling onto German soil.

World

Royal Caribbean cuts South Korean sites from China cruises

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Global cruise giants Carnival Corp and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd will cancel South Korean port visits from their China-based cruises after Seoul deployed a U.S. missile defence system, raising tensions between the two countries.

Football

Infantino confident Argentina will escape suspension

LONDON (Reuters) - Argentina are close to resolving a row that could have seen the former world champions suspended, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Thursday.

World

Turkish tensions with Europe risk spilling into Switzerland

ZURICH (Reuters) - Neutral Switzerland risks getting swept up in Turkey's political row with European countries as Swiss authorities weigh how to handle Turks' requests for asylum and a call to ban a rally on Sunday by Turkey's foreign minister.