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Strawberry sabotage akin to 'terrorism': Australia PM

The piercing of supermarket strawberries with sewing needles is comparable to terrorism, Australia's prime minister said Wednesday, as he demanded sentences of up to 15 years in response to a nationwide scare.

Kim says to visit Seoul, shut missile site

North Korea's Kim Jong Un will soon make a historic visit to Seoul, he said Wednesday, and has agreed to close a missile testing site in front of international inspectors, as a rare inter-Korean summit unfolded in Pyongyang.

Anifah confirms he has quit Umno

Former foreign affairs minister Anifah Aman confirms with Sin Chew Daily that he has left Umno.

Child marriage draws UN condemnation

The marriage of a 15-year-old Malaysian girl to a man almost three times her age drew condemnation from the United Nations Wednesday, putting fresh pressure on the Muslim-majority country to halt such unions.

Mustapa's resignation beginning of Umno's end: Syed Saddiq

Syed Saddiq describes Mustapa Mohamed's decision to quit Umno as the beginning of the party's end.

Mustapa knows Umno is damaged: Mahathir

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the Jeli Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed decided to quit Umno because he knew that Umno is damaged.

Coca-Cola looking at cannabis-infused drinks

Coca-Cola said Monday it is studying the use of a key ingredient in marijuana in "wellness beverages," as a growing number of mainstream companies develop cannabis-infused drinks.

Yusaku Maezawa: spaceman with a taste for art

Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, confirmed as SpaceX's first Moon tourist, is a former wannabe rock star now worth $3 billion with a penchant for pricey modern art as well as space travel.

Jamal pleads not guilty to leaving country illegally

Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos pleaded not guilty in the Ampang Magistrate's Court today to a charge with leaving the country illegally in May.

Grim search for typhoon landslide victims as Philippines toll climbs

Hundreds of Philippine rescuers used shovels and their bare hands Tuesday to sift through a massive landslide where dozens are feared dead in the region worst-hit by deadly Typhoon Mangkhut, as the storm's toll hit 74.



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