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BERLIN (Reuters) - Call it the Angela Merkel effect. Less than two weeks before a national election many German voters still seem unable to get over the fact that the four-term chancellor is not running.
PRESOV, Slovakia (Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Tuesday that the cross should not be used as a political symbol and warned against Christians trying to be triumphalist, in an apparent criticism of the use of religion for partisan ends.
GEORGE TOWN: Many institutions of higher learning are taking cautious steps in offering physical classes.
BRATISLAVA (Reuters) -Pope Francis warned against too much focus on individual rights and culture wars at the expense of the common good on Monday during a visit to Slovakia amid increased nationalism and anti-immigrant sentiment across eastern Europe.
JOHOR BARU: Groups here have welcomed Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Hasni Mohammad’s call for the state to be more involved in efforts to reopen the border with Singapore.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -European Union countries on Tuesday said they would step up aid to Afghanistan and its neighbours but could not agree a common policy on accepting asylum-seekers fleeing Taliban rule.
PETALING JAYA: It was a proud moment in history for Malaysia as powerlifter Bonnie Bunyau Gustin delivered Malaysia’s first gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.
ON-DEMAND delivery service provider Lalamove is collaborating with Maybank’s zero commission ecommerce platform Sama-Sama Lokal to organise a National Day-themed Sehati Selokal campaign to encourage the sales of Sama-Sama Lokal’s merchants that are based in the Klang Valley.
PETALING JAYA: Young people should be appointed to policymaking roles, say youth leaders, as they underscore the vast potential offered by youth in terms of skills and innovative ideas to build a stronger Malaysia.