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KUALA LUMPUR: It was a “trial by fire” for the Perikatan Nasional government when the movement control order was imposed barely two weeks after the Cabinet was formed.
PETALING JAYA: The Cabinet must advise the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to quickly convene the next Parliament session, says the Pakatan Harapan secretariat council.
LONDON: The Chinese embassy in Britain expressed grave concern over and strong opposition to British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s wrong remarks about Hong Kong.“The UK side’s remarks confuse right and wrong, and interfere in China’s internal affairs and judicial sovereignty. The Chinese side expresses its grave concern and strong opposition, ” said a spokesperson in a statement.
LONDON (Xinhua): The Chinese embassy in Britain on Monday (March 1) expressed grave concern over and strong opposition to British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab's wrong remarks about Hong Kong.
Internet freedom advocates on Feb 26 warned new Indian social media regulations could pose a threat to freedom of expression, after New Delhi announced plans for tough new rules that could force platforms to remove content it deems objectionable.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China firmly rejects the unacceptable accusations made by the UK, which has abused the platform of the UN Human Rights Council to spread disinformation, smear China and meddle in China's internal affairs, a foreign ministry spokesperson said here Wednesday (Feb 24), urging the UK to take concrete measures to improve its domestic human rights condition.
Hishammuddin stands behind vaccine diplomacy, all in the shadow of a global pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa says he is ready to cooperate with the police following claims that he did not comply with the standard operating procedure (SOP) during the movement control order (MCO).
LONDON, Feb. 15 (Xinhua): The decision by China's broadcasting regulator to pull BBC World News off the air in the country for serious content violation was "legitimate and reasonable," a spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in Britain has announced.
WHO experts who recently visited Wuhan slammed the New York Times for twisting their words and casting shadows over the efforts to uncover the origins of the virus, after the newspaper accused China of refusing to hand over sensitive data to WHO experts.