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Rwandan opposition figure says she won't be deterred by detention

KIGALI (Reuters) - Diane Rwigara says she will not let more than a year in detention derail her campaign against President Paul Kagame, the rebel-turned-statesman lauded for transforming the small African nation's economy but criticised for smothering dissent.

SC probing 1MDB auditors

KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission said it was looking into the conduct of auditors of 1Ma­­laysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

Pin the ‘sex perps’ in the city

With the SafeCity app, the public can help map the prevalence of sexual harassment throughout Malaysia, so that apt actions can be taken to remedy the problem.

Talian Kasih received 651 calls for help last year

JOHOR BARU: The government has expressed its concern over domestic violence cases involving women and children.

Axing of ECRL won’t affect ties with China, says Saifuddin

KUANTAN: The government’s decision to cancel the contract with China Communications Construc­tion Company Ltd for the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project will not affect Malaysia’s relationship with China, says Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

Educate men to respect women

CONCERN over personal safety is always paramount in anybody’s mind. People want to feel safe no matter where they are and under normal circumstances, there should be no doubts over their well-being.

Girls are to blame for everything

That seems to be the wrong-headed thinking in some circles. What we need to do instead is teach our children that sexual harassment and sexual violence arise from an environment that does not treat girls and boys equally.

Teachers show they care with house calls

PETALING JAYA: Parents can now expect a friendly house call from their children’s school teachers.

Ministry urges teachers to submit additional feedback

PETALING JAYA: Teachers can provide feedback on their job burden or shortcomings to the Edu­ca­tion Ministry following complaints that they are still bogged down by clerical work.

More than a second chance

It is not the end of the road if students get disappointing results as there are other options to consider