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Sarawak withdraws from Tourism Malaysia

The participation of the state government's representatives in Tourism Malaysia is unnecessary as it is duplicating the role and functions of Sarawak Tourism Promotion Board.

Tapping into the vast Chinese tourist market

There are at least 450 million active Alipay users in China.

Macron heads for crushing parliamentary majority

French President Emmanuel Macron's party is on course for an overwhelming parliamentary majority, after Sunday's first round of voting for the National Assembly left traditional parties in disarray.

British PM loses majority but battles to stay on

British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Friday seek to form a new government, resisting pressure to resign after losing her parliamentary majority ahead of crucial Brexit talks.

June 19 decision on assemblyman's fate

The decision on DAP's Dr Ting Tiong Choon's suit against his disqualification as Pujut assemblyman will be known on June 19, a day before nomination for the Pujut by-election.

US, China trap Seoul between a rock and a THAAD place

Installing a controversial US missile defence system in South Korea was never going to be easy but, caught between Beijing's opposition and American insistence, the country's new president has a strategy: delay.

Shock election may delay Brexit talks, soften tone

With Brexit talks due to begin in just over a week, Britain's shock election results may soften the government's strategy -- if there is even a government formed to negotiate in Brussels by then.

'Moderate' drinking linked to brain damage: study

Even moderate drinking is linked to brain damage and a slight decline in mental skills, according to a study released Wednesday that calls into question many national alcohol guidelines.

Death for 9 Filipinos over 2013 invasion

Nine Filipinos who were part of an armed group that invaded and occupied part of Malaysian Borneo in 2013, in an episode that left scores dead, have been sentenced to hang.

In shadow of terror, Britons vote in key election

Britain went to the polls on Thursday for a snap election called by Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Brexit after a campaign shadowed by terrorism.


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