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DAP reps withdraw from joint statement

Jelapang state assemblyman Cheah Poh Hian (L) and Keranji state assemblyman Chong Zhemin announce their withdrawal from the joint statement against the inclusion of Jawi in BM textbooks.


RON97 down 2 sen

RON97 will be two sen cheaper at RM2.54 per liter, while RON95 and diesel remain unchanged at RM2.08 and RM2.18 per liter respectively.


Bombs rattle Bangkok during Asean summit, wounding four

Several small bombs exploded across Bangkok on Friday, rattling the Thai capital as it hosted a regional summit attended by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and leaving four people wounded but not disrupting the diplomatic event.


More protests planned in HK despite arrests, warnings

Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are gearing up for more rallies starting on Friday, in defiance of a series of warnings from China and after a prominent independence campaigner was arrested.


Australia satisfied with Malaysia's decision on Lynas

Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia Andrew Goledzinowski is satisfied with the Malaysian government's decision to conditionally allow Lynas rare earth plant to continue operating in the country.


Facebook-backed research sees progress linking minds, machines

Facebook-backed researchers have managed to translate brain signals into spoken words, bringing the social network's vision of linking brains and machines closer to reality.


Dongjiaozong rally against Jawi next Monday

Dong Jiao Zong will be holding a rally at its headquarters next Monday to protest the government's plan to incorporate Jawi into BM textbooks.


Teo on Jawi: wait for announcement

Deputy education minster Teo Nie Ching on Jawi in BM textbooks: Still at consultation stage. Wait for announcement.


Jawi: concerns unwarranted, says DAP rep

DAP's Teratai assemblyman Lai Wai Chong says there is no difference between religious extremists criticizing cruciforms on buildings and opponents to the inclusion of Jawi calligraphy in BM textbooks.


China warns HK protesters with slick military video

China's military has released a slick propaganda video showing a drill of armed troops quelling a protest in Hong Kong, in a thinly veiled warning to the city's pro-democracy movement.


 

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