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HANOI (Reuters) - A court in Vietnam sentenced a Facebook user to six years in prison on Tuesday for a series of posts he made on the social media platform that the Southeast Asian country's government said were "anti-state".
KOTA KINABALU: Upgrading work on the Sandakan airport taxiway and apron will start soon while the runway extension is pending an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report approval, says Frankie Poon.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey plans to have its local-made fighter jet ready for flight in the next five to six years, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, amid an ongoing dispute with the United States over the purchase of F-35 jets.
KOTA KINABALU: Appropriate steps will be taken to ensure that incidents like the now-viral "Nazi salute" will not tarnish the convocation ceremony again, says Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
KUALA LUMPUR: The Opposition has called for Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub to step down over a controversy surrounding the RM1.4bil direct contract award for padi subsidies and imports to the National Farmers Organisation (Nafas).
VALLETTA (Reuters) - Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Tuesday he had no intention of resigning at present following the resignation of his chief of staff, Keith Schembri, who is helping police in a murder investigation.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The head of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday that global temperatures could rise by 3-5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels this century if nothing is done to stop rising heat-trapping emissions.
Tokyo (Nov 26): Japan’s top government spokesman said it’s important to have frank discussions with China about Hong Kong and other contentious issues as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks to host President Xi Jinping for a state visit next spring.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - A top aide to Malta's prime minister resigned on Tuesday and was questioned by police investigating the murder of a prominent journalist, while two government ministers also stood aside in a widening scandal rocking the European Union's smallest state.
PAU/BAMAKO (Reuters) - Thirteen French soldiers died in Mali when their helicopters collided as they hunted in the dark for Islamist militants, highlighting the human cost to France of leading efforts to drive insurgents from the region.