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MACC will investigate sale of MyKad to foreigners if there is clear evidence: Latheefa

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will conduct investigations into recent claims that the MyKad was being sold to Chinese nationals in Penang if there is clear evidence regarding the case.


'Glory to Hong Kong': The new anthem embraced by protesters

A defiant protest anthem penned by an anonymous composer has become the unofficial new soundtrack to Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests, belted out by crowds at flashmobs in malls, on the streets and in the football stands.


'Protecting rapists': Protesters accuse Japan of failing women

Women's rights protesters are taking to the streets for the sixth time in as many months as anger mounts in Japan over 'outdated' rape laws, after a man was allowed to walk free despite sexually assaulting his daughter for years.


Apple unveils iPhone 11 models, with price cut

Apple unveiled its iPhone 11 models Tuesday, touting upgraded, ultra-wide cameras as it updated its popular smartphone lineup and cut its entry price to $699.


Ramasamy, Satees give their statements

Bukit Aman inspectors arrived at the office of P Ramasamy at Komtar to record the statements of him and Satees Muniandy over a report lodged by Zakir Naik.


Shorter people run higher risk of diabetes: study

Shorter people are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a study published Tuesday.


10 countries cited for extreme media censorship: watchdog

Eritrea is the world's worst country for press censorship, a media watchdog said Tuesday in a report which also cites extreme measures in nine other countries including North Korea, China and Saudi Arabia.


Hundreds of schools shut as forest-fire haze blankets SE Asia

Huge fires are raging across vast swathes of Indonesia's rainforests -- some of the world's biggest -- with toxic smog shutting hundreds of schools across Southeast Asia, officials said Tuesday.


HK's Joshua Wong meets German foreign minister to seek support

Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong has met Germany's foreign minister during a visit to Berlin as he carries abroad his call to support the growing pro-democracy movement in the former British colony.


The invisible poor

The official 0.4% poverty rate has been grossly underestimated and does not reflect the realistic circumstances.


 

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