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KUANTAN: The government will be submitting notices to 168 countries on a possible unilateral legal claim for the heirs of the defunct Sulu Sultanate.
Malaysia and Singapore have shown the way to be reliable partners but challenges remain on outstanding issues still being negotiated.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat after an election on Saturday and the opposition Labor Party was set to end almost a decade of conservative rule, possibly with the support of pro-environment independents.
Saifuddin: Notices will be given to 168 countries over possible unilateral claim by Sulu Sultanate heirs
KUANTAN: The government will be submitting notices to 168 countries on a possible unilateral legal claim by the heirs of the defunct Sulu Sultanate.
Making new acquaintances and reviving old ones is hampered by qualms about what used to be normal physical contact. Now we think twice before giving or accepting a peck on the cheek when greeting, an encouraging pat on the back or a friendly embrace.
The Philippine central bank raised its key interest rate for the first time since 2018 to combat Southeast Asia’s second-fastest inflation.
Hong Kong’s civil servants are in line for record pay rise. Is it time to revamp how salary increases are determined?
Human resources experts and bosses of small businesses have called for a revamp of the method used to determine pay rises for Hong Kong’s 180,000 civil servants after a generous increase of up to 7.26 per cent recommended for this year raised eyebrows.
LOS ANGELES, May 20 (Xinhua) -- Many Americans still fail to notice that anti-Asian violence and racism have surged since the Atlanta massacre last year that left eight dead, including six Asian women, an American researcher has said.
LONDON, May 20 (Xinhua) -- Market research company GfK said on Friday that its Consumer Confidence Index for Britain in May dropped to its lowest level since records began in 1974 amid the country's raging cost-of-living crisis.