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IPOH: The hearing for an interim order filed by Meeriam Rosaline Edward Paul to have full access to Tun S. Samy Vellu has been postponed by the High Court here Thursday (Dec 12).
A coalition of 19 privacy and children’s advocacy groups called on the US Federal Trade Commission to maintain privacy protections for all viewers of content aimed at young people, pushing back on an exception sought by YouTube
Google and Facebook Inc will come under greater scrutiny from Australia’s competition regulator as the government seeks to rein in the market dominance of the digital giants.
SINGAPORE - A 50-year-old former security guard has become the latest individual linked to a S$39.9mil SkillsFuture scam to be convicted.
ALOR SETAR: Despite the objections to a Musang King project in Kedah, it will likely proceed as planned.
FROM BAI TIAN , Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Malaysia
The Hague: Former peace icon Aung San Suu Kyi told the UN’s top court there was no “genocidal intent” in Myanmar’s crackdown on Rohingya Muslims, despite admitting that the army may have used excessive force.
BEIJING: China slammed the United States over the latter’s poor human rights conditions for Muslims, and said Washington is telling lies about China’s policies in the Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines' water regulator said on Wednesday it has cancelled the 15-year extension of concession deals it signed with the country's two largest utilities after pressure from President Rodrigo Duterte.
MANILA (ANN): The House of Representatives ratified on Wednesday afternoon (Dec 11) the proposed 4.1 trillion-peso national budget for 2020, even as it is still hounded by allegations of pork barrel and insertions.