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SEREMBAN: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has clarified that its probe into the awarding of a timber concession in Lenggeng near here has nothing to do with the Negri Sembilan Foundation (YNS) as claimed by certain quarters.
South-East Asian leaders will try to persuade Myanmar's junta to end violence and let in aid at a summit on Saturday (April 24), diplomats said, in the first concerted international effort to ease the crisis in the country.
HK boy, 13, arrested on suspicion of tricking girls as young as nine into sending nude photos and video
The suspect traded online game weapons for the porn and threatened to make it public unless the girls sent more, police say. Two computers and three mobile phones seized during raid on his home in Kwun Tong.
JAKARTA (Reuters) -Southeast Asian leaders will try to persuade Myanmar's junta to end violence and let in aid at a summit on Saturday, diplomats said, in the first concerted international effort to ease the crisis in the country.
The Malaysian actor was recognised for his performance in horror flick, 'Miimaland'.
The collapse of the group’s leadership has provoked debate in the artificial-intelligence community over how serious the company is about supporting the work of the Ethical AI group – and ultimately whether the tech industry can reliably hold itself in check while developing technologies that touch virtually every area of people’s lives.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said on Thursday the federal investigators are still gathering "information" in a probe of Saturday's fatal Tesla Inc crash in Texas in which local police said no one was in the driver's seat.
KUALA LUMPUR: A syndicate that offered bogus jobs online was busted with the arrest of nine suspects, including a Thai woman.
PETALING JAYA: Civil society groups, women and children’s rights activists have issued a rallying cry, calling for immediate action from the government to stop some purported abusive acts in schools.
TORONTO (China Daily/ANN): The British Columbia Supreme Court on Wednesday (April 21) granted Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's request to delay the final part of her extradition hearing.