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2011 In Review - Politics: Malaysia

IT was an interesting year on the home front as far as civil liberties are concerned. After 42 years, Malaysia finally declared that it was no longer in a state of Emergency.

Afghan girl tortured after refusing prostitution

KABUL (Reuters) - A 15-year-old Afghan girl was brutally tortured, beaten and locked in a toilet by her husband's family for months after she refused to become a prostitute, officials said Saturday.

Chance for working journalists to gain an MA

MANILA: Since the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (ACFJ) began offering the MA in Journalism in 2003, 11 Malaysians have graduated from the programme.

When it’s time to call it a day

After almost 30 years as an elected representative, Tan Sri Dr George Chan chose to lay it all on the table again but he lost. However, he has left a huge pair of shoes to fill and there may yet be lessons to learn from his departure.

SPH: Yahoo! had a free ride

SINGAPORE Press Holdings (SPH) said that Internet firm Yahoo! had obtained a 'free ride' by reproducing its news content on its website without the company's permission.

Syrians plan Friday protests as monitors visit

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Opposition activists urged people to take to the streets on Friday, the main day of protest in the revolts that have swept the Arab world, to convince Arab League peace monitors to pay attention to their plight.

U.S. mulls transfer of Taliban prisoner in perilous peace bid

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration is considering transferring to Afghan custody a senior Taliban official suspected of major human rights abuses as part of a long-shot bid to improve the prospects of a peace deal in Afghanistan, Reuters has learned.

Syrian rebels "hold fire," want to meet monitors

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The anti-government Free Syrian Army has been ordered to stop offensive operations pending a meeting with Arab League delegates monitoring President Bashar al-Assad's compliance with a peace plan, the rebels' commander said on Friday.

Ten dead as Syrians stage mass protests

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Clashes erupted in Syria on Friday as hundreds of thousands filled the streets to demonstrate against the government of President Bashar al-Assad and activists said at least 10 people were shot dead.