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'New Turkey' to bear Erdogan's stamp as crackdown on dissent steps up

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's new cabinet will bear the firm stamp of President Tayyip Erdogan with a slew of loyal advisors set for ministerial posts, senior officials said on Tuesday, suggesting his grip will tighten as the AK Party returns to govern alone.


Iraqi politician Ahmed Chalabi who pushed Bush to invade Iraq dies

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Ahmed Chalabi, the smooth-talking Iraqi politician who pushed Washington to invade Iraq in 2003 with discredited information on Saddam Hussein's military capabilities, died on Tuesday of an apparent heart attack.


Road closures in KL during weekend

KUALA LUMPUR: Several roads here will be closed this weekend for the Kuala Lumpur Asean Cycle Fest 2015.


Road tax should be based on vehicle weight

From Y. S. CHAN, Kuala Lumpur.


Klang councillors lodge report over pamphlets

SEVEN Klang municipal councillors have lodged a joint police report ag­­ainst unknown persons distributing pamphlets calling them “leeches su­­c­­king the blood of the Indian com­­­­munity”, Tamil dailies reported.


MPJBT plans to implement call centre model pioneered by Subang Jaya Municipal Council

JOHOR BARU: The Central Johor Baru Municipal Council (MPJBT) plans to upgrade its call centre which receives and monitors public complaints.


Offenders prosecuted for encroaching into forest reserves

ALL 25 arrests by the Selangor Forestry Department this year for encroachment of permanent forest reserves have been successfully prosecuted, with some offenders even sentenced to jail.


In Bhutan, the road to green development is paved with plastic

THIMPHU, Bhutan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Bhutan has come up with a new way to pave its roads: waste plastic.


Former US Navy Seal gets four weeks' jail for punching Singaporean taxi driver

SINGAPORE: A former US Navy Seal convicted of punching a taxi driver and hurling the cabby's walkie-talkie into Marina Bay was sentenced to four weeks' jail and fined $800 (RM2,455) on Monday.


Nissan maps out its route to autonomy

Nissan conducted its first self-driving car tests on highways and on inner city roads with the ultimate aim of taking what are still very much prototype technologies and making them standard features by 2020.