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The Ministry of Health on June 14 reported another 542 Covid-19 cases, all but 37 of which were linked to the February 20 community outbreak.
How do we balance freedom of speech and the spread of anti-vaccination propaganda, which is threatening Malaysia’s vaccination rollout amidst soaring Covid-19 cases?
IT has been a stressful month for Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar who had to battle rumours that he was on the way out.
BBC, quoting an unnamed Palace source, reported that the couple had not sought permission from Queen Elizabeth before they selected Lilibet's name.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada has reached a proposed settlement with a group of indigenous survivors of the now-defunct residential schools for the abuse they suffered, a federal minister said on Wednesday, ending a 14-year fight for justice.
KLANG: A member of the Penang state legislative assembly has claimed trial to a sexual assault charge at the Shah Alam Magistrate’s Court.
KLANG: A member of the Penang state legislative assembly has claimed trial to a charge of sexual assault at the Shah Alam Magistrate’s Court.
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain and the European Union failed on Wednesday to agree any solutions to ease post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland and exchanged threats in a standoff that could cloud a weekend international summit.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's patience towards Britain over Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland is wearing thin and the bloc will consider its options should Britain continue its "confrontational path", an EU official said on Monday.
SEOUL: A South Korean court has rejected a claim by dozens of World War Two-era Korean factory workers and their relatives who sought compensation from 16 Japanese companies for their slave labour during Japan’s colonial occupation of Korea.