Clinton Fends Off FBI Email Fallout As Polls Narrow

FORT LAUDERDALE, Oct 31 – Hillary Clinton battled to contain renewed FBI focus on her emails Sunday as Donald Trump blitzed western states in the tightening race for the White House. Nine days before the vote, the 69-year-old former secretary of state hit the campaign trail hard in the battleground state of

M’sia China To Sign Agreement And Contract For ECRL Tomorrow

BEIJING, Oct 31 – Malaysia and China will sign the Framework Financing Agreement and Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) Contract for the RM55 billion East Coast Railway Line (ECRL) project tomorrow. Treasury Secretary-General, Tan Sri Dr Irwan Serigar Abdullah, said if the financing for the project could be finalised by year-end, the new

Obama’s Consequential Presidency Draws To A Close

WASHINGTON, Oct 31 – History will remember Barack Obama as America’s first black president. But his eight years in office have redefined America’s role in the world and seen a shake-up in US politics. “How’s that hopey-changey stuff working out for ya?” sneered Sarah Palin, the defeated 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. 

Malaysians’ Life Expectancy At 74.7 Years In 2016

PUTRAJAYA, Oct 31 – The life expectancy of Malaysian residents continues to rise, reaching 74.7 years in 2016 compared to 72.2 years in 2000. The Statistics Department said a male child born in 2016 can expect to live up to 72.6 years, compared to 71.9 years in 2010, while a female child,

Missing Penang Tahfiz Student Ends Up In Taiping

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 30 – The boy who went missing, after hitching a motorcycle ride on the Penang Bridge on Friday, went through a traumatic time when he was taken to spend the night at a hotel in Taiping, Perak, before being found on the next day.  Mohammad Muzzafar Mohammad, 11,

Trump Turns Up Heat Over Clinton Email Probe

MIAMI, Oct 30 – Donald Trump stepped up his attacks against Hillary Clinton, seeing to exploit the FBI decision to reopen an investigation into her emails as America’s bruising election campaign heads into its final stretch. Just 10 days before the country goes to the polls to elect either the former US

PBAPP: Flash Floods Not Related To Air Itam Dam

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 30 – The flash floods that occurred in the Paya Terubong Valley, Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Masjid Negeri and Sungai Pinang yesterday had nothing to do with the Air Itam Dam, said Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) chief executive officer Datuk Jaseni Maidinsa in the statement here today. Jaseni

Thousands Queue To Visit Coffin Of Late Thai King

BANGKOK, Oct 29 – Tens of thousands of Thais streamed into Bangkok’s Grand Palace on Saturday as the public was granted its first chance to enter the throne hall where the body of late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is lying in state. Bhumibol, who died at 88 two weeks ago, was adored by

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