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KUALA LUMPUR: Creating a new law to defer the election amidst the Covid-19 pandemic will be against the Federal Constitution, says Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's government said on Tuesday it had banned Pornhub and 190 other websites showing pornography, prompting social media anger over censorship and a call for a protest against the decision.
KUALA LUMPUR: Unscheduled water cuts and river pollution have become the focus in the Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday (Nov 3) after 14 MPs questioned the Environment and Water Ministry over the issue.
YANGON, Nov 3 (AP): A nationalist Buddhist monk in Myanmar noted for inflammatory rhetoric surrendered on Monday to police, who have been seeking his arrest for over a year for insulting comments he made about the country’s leader, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi.
Twitter and Facebook on Nov2 labelled as "misleading" an election eve post by US President Donald Trump claiming mail-in ballots in the key state of Pennsylvania would lead to "rampant" fraud and street violence.
Thai Parliament speaker talking with ex-PMs to resolve political crisis by forming reconciliation panel
BANGKOK, Nov 3 (The Nation/ANN) - Thailand's Parliament speaker Chuan Leekpai said he had talked to former prime ministers about moves to set up a national reconciliation committee to resolve ongoing political turmoil.
GENEVA, Nov 3 (AP):An independent human rights expert working with the United Nations is calling on Myanmar's government and military leadership to stop persecuting supporters of the opposition ahead of Sunday's general election.
Hong Kong lawmaker Ted Hui is fifth opposition legislator to be arrested over Legco meeting chaos, taking total detained to eight
HONG KONG, Nov 3 (SCMP): Democratic Party lawmaker Ted Hui held on Monday when reporting to a police station in Western district for separate matterSeven other opposition legislators, activists arrested earlier on contempt, interference charges over a disorderly sitting of House Committee in May
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat will adjourn early at 1pm from Tuesday (Nov 3) until Thursday (Nov 5), following news of a few staff members and an aide of a Senator testing positive for Covid-19.