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Rare albino panda caught on camera in China

A rare all-white panda has been caught on camera at a nature reserve in southwest China, showing albinism exists among wild pandas in the region, state media reported.

Migration to the north: climate change puts plankton on the move

Climate change that has warmed the world's oceans has prompted a "worrying" northward migration among some communities of the smallest organisms in the sea: plankton.

China's tech 'Long March' could be road to nowhere

China's president has called for technological self-reliance in the escalating rivalry with America, but experts believe Beijing's late start on tech and relatively backward capabilities could make that a mission impossible.

Contenders jockeying to replace British PM

After British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday, here are the top contenders for her job:

RON97 up 8 sen

RON97 will be RM2.76 per liter, up 8 sen, while prices of RON95 and diesel remain at RM2.08 and RM2.18 per liter respectively.

Theresa May announces resignation in emotional speech

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday announced in an emotional address that she will step down as Conservative leader on June 7 after failing to persuade MPs to support her Brexit deal.

No request yet to extradite Sirul: high commissioner

Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia Andrew Goledzinowsk confirmed that the Malaysian government had yet to make a request to the Australian government to extradite Altantuya Shaariibuu's killer Sirul Azhar Umar.

Taiwan holds first gay marriages in historic day for Asia

Taiwan made history on Friday with Asia's first legal gay weddings as same-sex couples tied the knot in jubilant and emotional scenes, the culmination of a three-decade fight for equality.

Australia not taking back rare earth waste: high commissioner

“The waste from petroleum refinery is five to six times more radioactive than rare earth waste, but we still keep it in Australia and not send it back to Malaysia.”

Troops flood Jakarta streets after post-election riots

Tens of thousands Indonesian troops were deployed on the streets of the capital Jakarta Thursday, as a deadline approached for a presidential challenger to file an appeal over claims of widespread cheating in last month's election.



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