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Pokémon Go, Trump top Google trend list

The past year was a big one for Donald Trump, but also for Pokémon Go. According to Google’s global trends report, the augmented reality game from Nintendo was the most-searched item online in 2016.

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Terror tops Indonesia’s security agenda

JAKARTA: Terrorism, which is thought to have been one of the biggest threats confronting national security in 2016, will continue to threaten the country next year along with the distribution of fake news through social media, which the National Police said had the po­tential to create grassroots conflict.


Abe’s US visit had ‘hawkish intent’

Beijing: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Pearl Harbor, criticised by China as lacking in sincerity, was quickly followed by one of his Cabinet ministers visiting a Tokyo war shrine.


Mercy Malaysia enters Syria to give aid

PETALING JAYA: Following days of negotiations with Syrian authorities, the Malaysian Medical Relief Society (Mercy Malaysia) has finally entered Syria to carry out its humanitarian aid mission.


Taxi firm to provide e-ticketing services

KUALA LUMPUR: The Big Blue taxi company which will be providing e-hailing services will start an e-ticketing system from Jan 1.


The Health Ministry is vigilant against Zika

The spread of Zika is controlled in Malaysia with public health prevention and control efforts.

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Dozens hurt in bomb attacks in Philippines

MANILA: Dozens were hurt in two separate bomb attacks late on Wednesday in central and southern Philippines.


FBI analysis fingers Russian spy agencies for U.S. election hacks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FBI squarely blamed Russian intelligence services on Thursday for meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, releasing the most definitive report yet on the issue, including samples of malicious computer code said to have been used in a broad hacking campaign.


Duterte delegates Philippines into economic sweet spot but misgivings rising

MANILA (Reuters) - After six months at the helm in the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte has been touting just two achievements of his presidency - a vicious war on drugs and a surprise alliance with his country's bitter rival, China.


USAID ends funding for troubled Ukraine customs reform

ODESSA, Ukraine (Reuters) - The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has ended funding for a flagship customs reform project in Ukraine's Odessa region, as the government's ambitious plans to tackle bribe-taking at its Black Sea ports stalled.