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Sarawak Customs relocates disposed chicken wings

The Royal Malaysian Customs Department in Sarawak dug out imported frozen chicken wings disposed on a piece of land in Jalan Teluk Engkalat near Bukit Aup here today, to relocate them at the Kemuyang landfill site.

Duterte orders Philippine troops to South China Sea reefs

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he has ordered troops to deploy on unoccupied South China Sea islands and reefs claimed by Manila, in a move that could provoke rival claimants including Beijing.

Parliament is dead: Tawfik

Tawfik Ismail says the fact that Pandikar has allowed the amendment bill to be tabled by PAS president Hadi Awang in the Dewan Rakyat today shows that the Parliament is dead.

9,000 child marriage cases in 5 years

Malaysia has recorded over 9,000 child marriage cases over the past five years.

Customs' oversight in chicken wing incident: Subromaniam

Customs DG Subromaniam Tholasy admits it is an oversight on the part of the department in the disposal of problematic chicken wings in Sibu.

Malaysia practises fair trade with US: Mustapa

Mustapa stresses that Malaysia practises free and fair trade policies, and that Washington is an important trading partner to Malaysia despite the serious allegation President Donald Trump made against the country.

No police investigation on Shabudin: IGP

IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says the police will not open file to investigate Tasek Gelugor MP Shabudin Yahya as the latter has clarified his remarks.

Five issues for Xi and Trump's first meeting

US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have been at odds over a range of issues since the billionaire businessman took office in November.

Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing of Myanmar minority

Aung San Suu Kyi has denied security forces have carried out ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, speaking to the BBC after the UN rights council agreed to investigate allegations of rape, murder and torture against the army.

Philippines, communist rebels agree on interim ceasefire

The Philippine government and communist rebels have agreed in principle on an interim ceasefire to boost ongoing peace talks aimed at ending one of the world's longest insurgencies, a joint statement said.


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