"Sarawak will not agree to the hudud law, and our stand is consistent with that of the late former chief minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem, that we are against the hudud."
A Taiwanese court Tuesday found former president Ma Ying-jeou not guilty in a political leaks case, one of a series of lawsuits brought against him since he stepped down last year.
S. Subramaniam: There have been a lot of rumours that the body was cremated but we would not do this without the responsible parties giving us directives or agreement.
IKSIM is of the view that as the country's official religion, the Islamic mechanism should command the highest position, not as an alternative to the legacy of the colonial times.
Mice began infesting human settlements some 15,000 years ago in the Middle East, said a study Monday that suggested the little rodents have been scurrying underfoot far longer than previously thought.
Humans likely developed large and powerful brains, researchers said Monday, with the help of what is today the simplest of snacks: fruit.
"I never imagined that soon after the article was published, my app instantly moved up to the rank of top five financial apps with more downloads than even the apps of many established local banks!"
Police cracked down on Hong Kong democracy activists Monday saying they would be charged over the Umbrella Movement mass protests, a day after a pro-Beijing candidate was chosen as the city's new leader.
South Korean prosecutors sought an arrest warrant on Monday for ousted president Park Geun-Hye, days after questioning her over the corruption and abuse of power scandal that brought her down.
Six high school students were feared dead Monday after they were engulfed by an avalanche while on a mountain-climbing outing, officials and reports said.