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SINGAPORE/BANGKOK (Reuters): In the months before the Myanmar military's Feb 1 coup, the country's telecom and internet service providers were ordered to install intercept spyware that would allow the army to eavesdrop on the communications of citizens, sources with direct knowledge of the plan told Reuters.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's parliament approved a bill on Tuesday that would bar members of "extremist" organisations from serving as lawmakers, a move that allies of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny say aims to stop them running in September's parliamentary election.
BACK in the days when The Star had its office in Jalan Travers, Kuala Lumpur, one of our bosses used to say: The first language here is Hokkien, second is Tamil and English is a poor third.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Press Institute’s (MPI) Malam Wartawan Malaysia (MWM) 2021 will not be held on June 18 as planned because of MCO 3.0.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -The four Australia bowlers who played in the "Sandpapergate" test against South Africa in 2018 issued a statement on Tuesday denying any knowledge of ball-tampering and calling for an end to "rumour-mongering" and "innuendo".
After the world missed out on a year of negotiations on climate change due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there is an added urgency for every country, including Malaysia, to get going on saving planet Earth.
Brussels (AFP): The United States' top military officer has warned the conflict between Israel and Palestinian fighters Hamas is creating instability beyond Gaza, saying it is "in no one's interest to continue fighting".
NEW YORK (Reuters): A 193-member UN General Assembly vote on Tuesday (May 18) on a draft resolution calling "for an immediate suspension of the direct and indirect supply, sale or transfer of all weapons and munitions" to Myanmar has been postponed, diplomats said.
PETALING JAYA: Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is currently under home quarantine as a precautionary measure after being deemed a Covid-19 close contact.
As Iran gears up for a presidential election, people from across the political spectrum are taking to the audio app Clubhouse as a rare forum for debate inside the country.