• Police must act fairly to all
    2019-08-24 22:04

    In this month's spirit of Merdeka, both rallies must be stopped. The police must not practice double standard in favor of one race over the other.

  • Demand for cute selfies puts animals at risk
    2019-08-24 19:23

    Social media users are fuelling a burgeoning appetite for acquiring wild otters and other endangered animals as pets, conservationists say, warning the trend could push species towards extinction.

  • French Guiana grapples with Asian craving for fish bladder
    2019-08-24 18:05

    For years, Asian demand for a dried fish bladder prized as a culinary delicacy -- and purported aphrodisiac -- has been a boon to French Guiana's fishing industry, but officials are racing to rein in the market over fears the species will soon be endangered.

  • Ghana draws African-American tourists with 'Year of Return'
    2019-08-24 16:34

    US preacher Roxanne Caleb blinked away the tears as she emerged from a pitch-dark dungeon where African slaves were once held before being shipped across the Atlantic to America.

  • My Merdeka: my hopes and aspirations
    2019-08-24 16:12

    We enjoyed a high level of national unity, racial harmony, religious understanding and appreciation for each other’s cultures. We were more united then and shared a strong national family spirit. This was the case, until the recent past.

  • Alternate lives: Korean orphans' quests for answers
    2019-08-24 13:09

    On a summer's day in 1985 a seven-year-old boy sat alone at a crowded bus station in Seoul, sobbing as he waited desperately for his mother to return.

  • New images from asteroid probe yield clues on planet formation
    2019-08-24 11:00

    Photographs snapped by a shoebox-sized probe that explored the near-Earth asteroid Ryugu offer new clues about its composition, insights that are expected to help scientists understand the formation of our solar system.

  • Banned at home but thriving abroad: China's social media campaign
    2019-08-24 10:45

    More than 78 million Facebook users follow the page of the state-run China Daily, where they are served a diet of largely positive -- and government-approved -- stories about the authoritarian country.









> Police must act fairly to all

2019-08-24 22:04
In this month's spirit of Merdeka, both rallies must be stopped. The police must not practice...
We enjoyed a high level of national unity, racial harmony, religious understanding and appreciation...
It is inappropriate for a serving mufti to give opinions freely about the political management...
We can't tell whether Anwar is one we can fully trust, but at least he deserves a chance...

> Finally, Amanah for Anwar

2019-08-23 18:48
Despite the fact Mahathir has all the powers in his hands, PKR and DAP with their combined...
Lack of interactions, tolerance and mutual trust might explain the phenomenon of entrenched...
In no way should our prosperity, result of the hard work of all Malaysians irrespective...
In Islam, derogatory name calling is a sin and frowned upon by the Prophet Muhammad.


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