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Amnesty International and Article 19, a British-based non-governmental organisation, have called on the Government to drop its charges against Tenaganita director Irene Fernandez for publishing an article which contravenes the Printing Presses and Publication Act.
The Malaysian government has banned the production of all pesticides and herbicides containing paraquat. Although widely acknowledged as a deadly toxic chemical and a wickedly effective means for suicide, there are those who protest against its ban in this country, writes SHANTINI SUNTHARAJAH.
Tenaganita Sdn Bhd director Irene Fernandez was sentenced to 12 months' jail after a magistrate's court found her guilty for maliciously publishing false news about eight years ago.
B>LEAVE IRAQ TO UN (Oct 12):/BThe Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has called for the eviction of foreign forces from Iraq and allow the United Nations to run Baghdad's affairs. This would be the prelude to the restoration of the country's independence and rebuilding of what has been destroyed over the past 20 years - all in accordance with a clear and short timetable, said OIC Secretary-General Dr Abdelouahed Belkeziz.
Today is World AIDS Day. Worldwide, there are three million children living with HIV/AIDS, many of whom were orphaned or abandoned at a young age. With medical advances, an increasing number of them are living into their teens and beyond. CATHERINE SIOW looks into the plight of this emerging, little understood minority group in our own backyard.