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SUNGAI BULOH: Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Salahuddin Ayub confirms he received a letter from the Johor Council of the Royal Court over the state's dress code.
VALENCIENNES, France (Reuters) - Italy coach Milena Bertolini issued a plea for the country's political leaders to respond to the team's success at the women's World Cup by introducing changes to bring about full professionalism.
SCHOOLS must take fire safety seriously.
“I DON’T think there’s any need to be afraid,” said the young lady sitting across the table. “It’s because of fear that no one dares to stand up, and more and more people become victims.”
THE young in Hong Kong are celebrating what they think is a victory in their search for democracy and a voice. Those who are older think that while the protests show what Hong Kong does not want (exactly like how the British voted for Brexit), no one now knows what the future will hold. Indeed, there are those who think the protests would or should invoke another round of tougher actions.
DUBAI (Reuters) - It is up to Europe to shield Iran from U.S. sanctions and prevent it from further scaling back its compliance with its 2015 nuclear agreement with world powers, Iranian state TV said on Saturday, with only days left on Tehran's ultimatum.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Iranian foreign minister said on Saturday that Iran would resist any U.S. sanctions, just as it persevered during the 1980s Iran-Iraq war when the forces of the then Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein launched a chemical attack on an Iranian town.
MELAKA: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) should lead the way in promoting harmony among the different ethnic groups, as multiculturalism has existed in Melaka since time immemorial, says state party chief Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof.
THE Attorney General and the Royal Malaysian Police have now reclassified their investigation into the death of Teoh Beng Hock, who died in the custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commision (MACC), almost 10 years ago.
NON-profit organisation Insaf Malaysia celebrated Hari Raya by organising a festive open house for 2,500 children from low-income families.