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BEIJING (Global Times): It would seem to some that a US war with China over the island of Taiwan appears imminent.
PETALING JAYA: Several trade unions have welcomed the offer for employers to mass-vaccinate their workers under the Program Imunisasi Industri Covid-19 Kerjasama Awam-Swasta (Pikas).
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow was released from prison on Saturday after serving nearly seven months for her role in an unauthorised assembly during anti-government protests in the city in 2019.
KUALA LUMPUR: Norwegian oil services firm Aker Solutions said on Thursday one of its managers was being questioned by Malaysian authorities and three sources familiar with the case said they expected charges to be brought on Friday.
AS A tribute to football fans, Carlsberg Malaysia has unveiled a limited-edition Cheers To Football packaging in its third “Celebrate” theme series.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Representatives from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) met with Colombian officials on Monday ahead of a three-day visit to gather information about possible rights abuses during nearly six weeks of anti-government protests.
WITH no end in sight to the Covid-19 pandemic, trishaw riders in Penang are pinning their hopes on a speedy vaccination process.
BOGOTA (Reuters) -Colombia's government will ask congress to approve better human rights training for police and increase oversight of officers, President Ivan Duque said on Sunday, amid accusations of police brutality during recent anti-government protests.
PETALING JAYA: Having to contend with the lockdown, a lack of farmhands and now the dry spell, vegetable and fruit farmers are turning to varieties which are easier to grow to stay afloat.
SIBU: The Sarawak State Legislative Assembly will not be dissolved on Sunday (June 6) and will continue until Aug 1,2021 due to the Emergency, says Speaker Datuk Amar Mohamad Asfia Awang Nassar.