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Penang moves to stop foreigners as 'main cooks'

GEORGE TOWN: The state government has proposed a ban to stop foreigners from being the “main cooks” of popular local dishes in order to preserve the authenticity of taste.


Sri Lankan Muslim leader warns of radicalisation after clashes

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's Muslim minority could become radicalised and turn to foreign Islamic groups for support because of violent attacks on them by Buddhist hardliners, the island nation's main Muslim leader and justice minister said on Friday.


Food aid programme reaches out to refugees

NOOR fled Myanmar and came to Malaysia with her family when her village was attacked in May last year.

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Facebook becomes outlet for religious anger in Myanmar

YANGON: Facebook is coming under scrutiny in Myanmar as an unwitting platform for a rising tide of hate speech following a new wave of Buddhist-Muslim bloodshed in the former junta-run country.


Hotel hosts fun-filled breaking of fast for home’s children

SAUJANA Hotels & Resorts recently welcomed 90 children from Madrasah Anak Yatim and Tahfiz Quran Hashimiah as well as their caretakers, for a night of prayers, good food, entertainment, and fun-filled activities at The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur.


Asean political-security community challenges

The People’s Asean would not be a reality if the politics is not right – both the domestic political systems in which the people live and the wider regional order that underpins the peace, stability and prosperity of their lives.


Barren spell not a bother for shooter Johnathan

KUALA LUMPUR: Shooter Jonathan Wong went for a 30-day training stint in Europe last month but failed to hit the target in three legs of the World Cup series.


Myanmar jails reporters, newspaper boss for 10 years

YANGON, July 10 (Reuters) – Four journalists and a newspaper boss were sentenced in Myanmar on Thursday to 10 years' jail with hard labour for reporting about an alleged chemical weapons factory, legal and media sources said.


Malaysia has acted against human trafficking

From TENGKU SARIFFUDDIN TENGKU AHMAD, Press secretary to the Prime Minister


Yinson stands to benefit from FPSO decision

AMRESEARCH said it thought Yinson would benefit whether it chose to sell its entire 50% stake or acquire the remaining 50% stake in the Petroleo Nautipa floating production, storage and offloading facility (FPSO), pointing out that the transaction ultimately hinged on the price.