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What’s the possible Pakatan Harapan fallout from the document that made Malaysian political history when it was signed?
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (Sept 17)
Hong Kong protests: Scientist pleads guilty to unlawful assembly over riot in which radical was shot
Yau Wang-tat, who has a doctorate in applied physics, was detained during civil unrest in 2019Lawyers say charge could dash his hopes of prominent career in city
Hong Kong elections: why the next chief executive may no longer be known by 3 digits, such as ‘689’ for CY Leung, or Carrie Lam’s ‘777’
Figures representing votes won in leadership race may increase under a system shake-up that starts with Sunday’s Election Committee pollsInsiders note new framework with ‘elements of election’ to fill body with patriots, while critics say only pliant elites now allowed into governing circle
Globally, the top threats to such birds are habitat loss, climate change and toxins in the environment.
These US doctors and nurses share Covid-19 falsehoods. They can become misinformation superspreaders
Experts fear that a deepening distrust of expertise among many Americans, the reach offered by social media, and national politicians who simultaneously promote 2020 election fraud and bogus Covid-19 theories are creating a welcoming environment for doctors and nurses who traffic in dangerous falsehoods that can be both alluring and bewildering given how quickly knowledge of Covid-19 has evolved.
The implications of US vice-president Kamala Harris’ recent trip to South-East Asia for Indonesia also remain unclear.
A SUPER typhoon that rapidly formed in just 48 hours is threatening both the Philippines and Taiwan with destructive winds and torrential rains over the coming days.