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PH ministers are 'L license' drivers: Daim

Former Finance Minister Tun Daim Zainuddin described the ministers of the Pakatan Harapan government as the "L license" drivers, and they took over a "dried tree" with only roots left, estimating that the tree grow again after two years, and the national economy and administration can gradually get better.

Blacksmiths keep alive the flame of China's molten steel 'fireworks'

Blacksmith Wang De flings a ladle of molten steel against a cold brick wall, sparking a spectacle of white-hot light in the night sky and keeping alive the flame of a centuries-old Lunar New Year tradition.

Speculation swirls over Kim's travel plans for Hanoi summit

A visit by a North Korean delegation to a Vietnamese city on a popular train route from China has sparked fevered speculation that Kim Jong Un could travel by rail -- or road -- for his summit with US President Donald Trump.

Facebook 'digital gangsters' who spread fake news: British MPs

A scathing British parliamentary report on Monday branded Facebook "digital gangsters" who failed to fight the spread of fake news and violated data privacy.

By-election for Rantau, Mohamad's appeals dismissed

A by-election will be held for the Rantau state seat after the Federal Court uphold the Election Court's ruling to nullify the result of Mohamad Hasan winning the seat unopposed in GE14.

N. Korea facing historic turning point: state media

North Korea is facing a "significant, historic turning point", state media said on Monday, ahead of a highly-anticipated second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.

Saudi defends app allowing men to monitor women relatives

Saudi Arabia on Saturday defended a mobile app that allows men in the kingdom to track female relatives after rights groups and a US lawmaker criticised tech giants for offering it.

In the Gaza Strip, pet a lion, declawed

A zoo in the war-battered Palestinian enclave of Gaza is promoting itself as offering the chance to play with a lion, who has been declawed but still has its teeth.

Global energy demand to soar one third by 2040

Global energy demand will surge by a third over the next two decades on advancing prosperity, but Indian demand growth will eclipse that of flagging giant China, Britain's BP forecast.

Potatoes on the menu at North Korean cooking contest

Lined up in cavernous rooms at a state restaurant in Pyongyang, North Korean chefs carefully assemble their dishes, watched by crowds of onlookers at a cooking competition in a country that suffers chronic food shortages.



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