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Myanmar's junta on Friday slammed the United States for snubbing it at a regional summit and meeting with opposition leaders, and instead lauded its ties with "powerful" China.
Since Raja Petra published his article “Shocking Revelation: Najib’s Trial Judge Nazlan’s Conflict-of-Interest Exposed” on 14th March 2022 in his blog, Malaysia Today, we only read a one-sided view on the issue, be it from the press release by the Chief Registrar, the Bar Council, Chairman and Deputy Chairman of DAP, the Chief Justice, The Edge Malaysia or Dr. Shad Saleem Faruqi.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Bar has called for balanced investigations by authorities in the matter of Court of Appeal judge Datuk Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali.
KUALA LUMPUR: Graphic artist and designer Fahmi Reza has been blacklisted by the Immigration Department and is banned from leaving the country.
YouTube terminates campaign channel of sole Hong Kong chief executive candidate John Lee, citing need to comply with US sanctions on ex-official
Online video-sharing platform YouTube has terminated the campaign channel of Hong Kong’s sole chief executive candidate John Lee Ka-chiu, citing the need to comply with US sanctions placed on the former official.
SEOUL (Reuters) -North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has thanked South Korea's outgoing president for trying to improve relations, a rare gesture of goodwill but one that analysts said may not be enough to head off growing tension between the two Koreas.
While millions of Ukrainian refugees were welcomed across borders, non-Ukrainian refugees from India, Pakistan, Syria, and the Ivory Coast – that is, people of colour – were denied entry.
Any visit to Taiwan by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would cross Beijing’s “red line”, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned, in a rare direct comment on a specific American visitor to the self-ruled island.