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Indonesia probes vote-rigging claims in Malaysia ahead of polls

Indonesia is probing vote-rigging claims after the discovery of thousands of stray election ballots in neighbouring Malaysia, officials said, as the opposition threatens to challenge next week's poll results over separate voter list irregularities.


Malaysia revives ECRL project

Malaysia said Friday a major Chinese-backed railway had been revived following a deal to cut costs, lifting a suspension slapped on the project when a corruption-plagued regime lost power last year.


Young entrepreneur aims to send 3D-printed rockets to space

To see Tim Ellis hunched over his laptop, alone in a room at a major space industry conference in Colorado, you can hardly imagine that he might be the next Elon Musk.


Changi Jewel unveiled in fight for flights

A 40-metre indoor waterfall cascading through a steel and glass dome is at the heart of a vast complex in Singapore's main airport unveiled Thursday, part of the city-state's fight for global flights.


US warship cruises disputed sea in Philippine war games

A US warship laden with hi-tech fighter planes took centre stage at key war games in the Philippines Thursday, brandishing military might as fresh tensions bubble in the contentious South China Sea.


ECRL deal to be signed tomorrow

An agreement on the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project will be signed between Malaysia and China in Beijing tomorrow (Friday).


Cabinet decides to keep death penalty

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong confirmed that the cabinet had decided to retain death penalty, abolishing only mandatory death penalty.


Parliament debates motion on Najib breaking Felda White Paper embargo

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong tabled a motion in the Dewan Rakyat today to have former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak referred to the Rights and Privileges Committee for breaking the embargo on the Felda White Paper.


Australian prime minister announces May 18 election

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday called a national election for May 18, firing the starting gun on a campaign set to focus heavily on climate and the economy.


Aviation faces challenge to reduce pollution

Aviation has boomed in the past decades, with low-cost airlines helping make travel affordable to more people, but the industry faces a major challenge to play its part in cutting emissions responsible for global warming.


 

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