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TANAH MERAH: The Opposition should not forget history, said Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin as he reminded them of the electoral redelineation exercise that had been carried out since Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s time as prime minister and his curbs on freedom of speech.
THE Malaysia Budget Hotel Association (MyBHA) is proposing a flat rate of RM150 to be paid by its member hotels to Music Rights Malaysia Bhd (MRM), the licensing body collecting music royalties in the country.
PARIS (Reuters) - Most French people want Muslims suspected of harbouring extremist views detained if they appear on spy agency watchlists and would back a ban on ultra-conservative Salafist Islam, two polls showed after the latest deadly attack in France.
A British company at the heart of the Facebook Inc data-privacy scandal agreed to give a political action committee founded by John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s newly appointed national security adviser, data harvested from millions of Facebook users, documents released by Parliament show.
US President Donald Trump accused Amazon.com Inc of not paying enough tax, taking advantage of the US postal system and putting small retailers out of business, but he offered no evidence to back up his criticisms and did not suggest any actions he would take.
SEOUL: A Korean Air heiress known for her “nut rage” tantrum that sparked national uproar four years ago made a comeback to management on Thursday, a spokesman said.
SEOUL: Korean Wave star Choi Ji Woo announced her marriage hours before the event on Thursday (March 29).
Apple boss Tim Cook could turn out to be the yin to Yahoo’s Jerry Yang. The link between technological eras is the matter of data privacy in China.