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Britain’s Prince Philip dies aged 99

Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth and a leading figure in the British royal family for almost seven decades, has died aged 99.

Jordan’s Queen Noor says plot attributed to son “wicked slander”

Queen Noor defended Prince Hamza against allegations by the authorities that he carried out actions targeting “security and stability” in the kingdom.

Former French President Sarkozy guilty of corruption

Nicolas Sarkozy was found guilty of corruption today and sentenced to three years in prison.

Saudi de facto ruler approved operation that led to Khashoggi’s death,...

Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler approved an operation to capture or kill murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018.

AirAsia X deeper in the red with seventh quarterly loss

AirAsia X’s net loss widened by 82% in the fourth quarter.

Myanmar military seizes power, detains elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar’s military seized power today in a coup against the democratically elected government of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.

Jack Ma makes first public appearance in three months

Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma made his first appearance since October on Wednesday when he spoke to a group of teachers by video.

Trump vows orderly transfer of power on Jan 20

Orderly transition to Biden presidency.

WikiLeaks’ Assange denied bail by London court over risk he might...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was denied bail on Wednesday by a British judge.

Australian PM: Assange “free to return home” once legal challenges over

Julian Assange is “free to return home” to Australia once legal challenges against him are dealt with.

British court rejects US extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Assange

A British judge ruled today that WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange should not be extradited to the United States to face charges of breaking a spying law and conspiring to obtain secret US documents by hacking government computers.

Top Glove Fired Whistleblower Before Covid-19 Outbreak

Yubaraj Khadka, a worker in Malaysia for Top Glove Corp, took two photos in May of fellow employees crowding into a factory.

Facebook Faces US Lawsuits That Could Force Sale of Instagram, WhatsApp

Facebook Inc could be forced to sell its prized assets WhatsApp and Instagram.

UK Warns People with Serious Allergies to Avoid Pfizer Vaccine

Britain’s medicine regulator has advised that people with a history of significant allergies do not get Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine.

Hong Kong Media Tycoon Jimmy Lai in Custody After Fraud Charge

Jimmy Lai was denied bail on Thursday on a charge of fraud related to the lease of a building that houses his Apple Daily.

PM: We don’t have much money left

Muhyiddin Yassin reportedly said the government’s coffers have been significantly thinned out to prop up the economy and help Malaysians in the Covid era.

Alvin Goh and brother charged with RM2.14m money laundering

Alvin Goh has claimed trial to seven counts of receiving RM2.14 million, the alleged proceeds of illegal activities.

CMCO extended in 5 states, KL

The CMCO in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Penang, Kelantan and Sarawak will be extended until April 28.

Ex-spy chief Hasanah granted discharge not amounting to acquittal in RM50.4m CBT case

The High Court today granted a DNAA to Hasanah Abdul Hamid.

Home Minister: Police commission higher authority than IGP

Hamzah Zainudin today refuted allegations that he interfered in the recent transfer process of senior police officers as directed by IGP Abdul Hamid Bador.

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