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Jailed Hong Kong activist Wong back in court on 21st birthday

HONG KONG: Jailed Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong will mark his 21st birthday in court Friday to face more charges over his role in pro-democracy protests as his parents say they are standing by him.

Rulers listen to briefings on defence, security and the economy

KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V attended the 247th Meeting of the Conference of Rulers, held for the second day, at Istana Negara here.

CPC congress marks progress

Beijing: The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), to be convened in Beijing, is set to become a new milestone in national rejuvenation.

Wan Junaidi heads Melaka honours list

MELAKA: Natural Resources and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar heads the list of 1,047 recipients of state awards to mark the 79th birthday of Melaka Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob today.

Siti Sariah finds joy in giving

JOHOR BARU: For over a decade Siti Sariah Sariman, 62, has been helping the less fortunate with funds she gets from a charity shop at the Danga City Mall shopping complex.

Applicants getting choosy

GEORGE TOWN: The drop in the number of applicants for teachers training is due to several reasons, including some who did not meet standard entry requirements into training colleges, says Datuk Chong Sin Woon.

In schools and hospitals, Turkey carves north Syria role

AL-BAB, Syria/BEIRUT/ANKARA (Reuters) - Children returning to school in the northern Syrian city of al-Bab were handed a new textbook this term: "Türkçe ضgreniyorum" - "I am learning Turkish".

U.S., Israel quit U.N. heritage agency citing bias

PARIS (Reuters) - The United States and Israel announced on Thursday they were quitting the U.N.'s cultural agency UNESCO, after Washington accused it of anti-Israeli bias.

As tricky coalition talks loom, Merkel hopes for regional poll boost

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chastened by their worst result since 1949 in September's national election, Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives are hoping for victory in a regional vote on Sunday to strengthen their hand in thorny three-way coalition talks in Berlin.

Australia tightens English requirements for foreign students

SYDNEY: Australia is tightening English language requirements for foreign students in what it said is a bid to improve standards across the country’s A$28bil (RM92bil) international education market.