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Billionaire, who turns 89 in July, said his younger son Richard Li Tzar-kai is engaged in different business of his own, which continue growing
SINGAPORE: Malaysia and Singapore have been identified by supporters of the Islamic State (IS) terror group as part of its "East Asia wilayah" or state, a move that analysts say could embolden foreign fighters to carry out attacks in the region.
PETALING JAYA: The New Generation Party (NewGen) has withdrawn its application to join Pakatan Harapan, saying it would wait until the pact can get its leadership issues sorted out.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) welcomes the government’s move to set up the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to independently investigate the foreign exchange losses amounting to billions of ringgit in the 1980s and 1990s.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said European Union states that spend the bloc's finances but turn their backs on its principles should feel "the full political consequences".
RIYADH (Reuters) - The young prince named heir to Saudi Arabia's throne has built a reputation as a bold reformer intent on weaning the kingdom off oil and driving a far more aggressive foreign policy to counter the influence of arch-rival Iran.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's ruling Social Democrats will nominate a new prime minister on Monday, their leader said, after ousting their six-month-old cabinet and edging closer to ending political deadlock.