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Boo rejects offer to run in Labis

Although Boo Cheng Hau has rejected the proposal, it is likely that LKS will talk to him again for a third time in hope of getting him to change his mind.

Teo or Gobind in Kulai?

It will take another week before DAP will decide whether Teo Nie Ching or Gobind Singh will contest the Kulai parliamentary seat.

Defunct Chinese space lab plunges back to Earth over Pacific

A defunct Chinese space lab disintegrated under intense heat as it hurtled through Earth's atmosphere Monday and plunged towards a watery grave in the South Pacific, Chinese officials said.

Two degrees no longer seen as global warming guardrail

Limiting global warming to two degrees Celsius will not prevent destructive and deadly climate impacts, as once hoped, dozens of experts concluded in a score of scientific studies released Monday.

China slaps retaliatory tariffs on 128 US products

China on Monday imposed tariffs on 128 US imports worth $3 billion, including fruits and pork, retaliating for US duties on steel and aluminium that Beijing said "seriously infringed" Chinese interests.

Kim Jong Un 'deeply moved' by K-pop concert: KCNA

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smiled, clapped and said he was "deeply moved" by a rare performance by South Korean K-pop stars in Pyongyang, state media reported Monday.

K-pop v Kim-pop: Battle of the bands, Korean style

Top K-pop girlband Red Velvet will be the star turn at a historic concert in Pyongyang this weekend, in a country where entertainment is usually state-sponsored and served with a big dollop of propaganda.

Ugly ducklings: should rubber ducks be banned from the bath?

Scientific curiosity knows no bounds: a group of Swiss and US researchers have delved into "the dark side" of inviting rubber ducks and other flexible plastic toys into our tubs.

Thai junta vows to lift politics ban in June

Thailand's junta will lift a near four-year ban on political activity in June, an official said Friday, as space for debate slowly expands in the kingdom with polls promised for next year.

Pakistanis welcome Malala home, but visit shrouded in security

Malala Yousafzai's whereabouts in Pakistan were being kept a tightly-guarded secret Friday, one day after her emotional return more than five years after being shot by Taliban gunmen.


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