Obama Hits Russia For Election Meddling

WASHINGTON, Dec 30 – President Barack Obama on Thursday unleashed a barrage of retaliatory measures against Moscow for meddling in the US election, imposing sanctions on two intelligence agencies, expelling 35 agents and shuttering two Russian compounds inside the United States.  Making good on a promise to punish Vladimir Putin’s government

The Launching Of Down To Earth Life Market At Straits Quay

GEORGE TOWN, Dec 18 – The launching of Down-To-Earth Life Market was happening at Straits Court, Straits Quay on Tuesday morning. The event was collaboration between ADUN Tanjong Bunga YB Teh Yee Cheu and Persatuan Komuniti Ros Merah Pulau Pinang  is an encouraging programme to help spread awareness about leading a healthy lifestyle. This farmer’s market is a good

Beijing Issues Red Alert For Severe Air Pollution

BEIJING, Dec 15 – Beijing issued its first air pollution red alert for 2016 Thursday, as choking smog is expected to cover the city and surrounding areas in north China during the next five days. From 8pm on Friday, half of Beijing’s private cars will be ordered off the road, with an

Senate Passes Supply Bill 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 15 – The Dewan Negara tonight passed the Supply Bill 2017 which provides a budget of RM260.8 billion for government expenditure next year. It was approved after the third reading by Second Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani and seconded by Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datin

Trump Sits Down With Tech Execs, Including Critics

NEW YORK, Dec 15 – Donald Trump held talks Wednesday with some of America’s most powerful tech executives in a bid to mend fences with a largely pro-Hillary Clinton Silicon Valley, promote job creation and facilitate trade. The afternoon summit at Trump Tower in New York gathered some of the wealthiest and

California Professor In Hiding After Anti-Trump Rant

LOS ANGELES, Dec 14 – A California college professor who told her students that Donald Trump’s election was an “act of terrorism” has gone into hiding after her comments prompted a firestorm and death threats. Olga Perez Stable Cox, who teaches human sexuality at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, fled the

Jailani: MCMC Blocks Over 5,000 Websites For Various Offences

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 14 – The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) blocked 5,044 websites for various offences under the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 since 2015 until October this year. Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Jailani Johari said, out of the total, 4,277 are pornographic websites that were offensive and

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