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Mahathir: 90% Malaysians unhappy with Najib

Mahathir says 90% of Malaysians are not happy with Najib, "The whole world believes he will cheat."


May 9 declared public holiday

The government today declared May 9, which is polling day for the 14th general election (GE14), a public holiday in the country.


Myanmar court refuses to drop case against Reuters journalists

A Myanmar court on Wednesday rejected a motion to drop a case against two Reuters journalists arrested while investigating a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, pushing ahead with a controversial prosecution that has sparked global outrage.


Zuckerberg quotes in Senate Facebook grilling

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg appeared before US lawmakers Tuesday to apologize for how his company has handled the growing furor over online privacy, to promise change, and explain the social media giant's policies.


Dinosaurs on sale in Paris

The skeletons of an allosaurus and a diplodocus are up for auction in Paris this week, marketed as hip interior design objects -- for those with big enough living rooms.


Malay tsunami in Temerloh?

Pakatan Harapan's ceramah in Temerloh last night drew a massive crowd of 20,000, according to the organizers.


Xi vows to further open China economy as US trade spat simmers

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged on Tuesday to lower car tariffs this year and take other steps to open the world's number two economy "wider and wider", addressing major complaints by the United States in a simmering trade row.


Malaysia to vote on May 9

Malaysians will go to the polls next month, officials announced Tuesday, with the long-ruling and scandal-tainted ruling coalition facing one of its toughest ever challenges from veteran ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad.


Nomination Apr 28, polling May 9

The Election Commission announced that the nomination for the 14th general elections will be on April 28 (Saturday) while the polling will be on May 9 (Wednesday).


Facebook's Zuckerberg contrite ahead of grilling in Congress

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg placed the blame for privacy and security lapses at the world's largest social network squarely on himself as he girded Monday for appearances this week on Capitol Hill before angry lawmakers.


 

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