Obama’s ISIS, Ebola “Mission Creep”

WASHINGTON, Oct 22 – President Barack Obama is loading new missions on the U.S. military with fast-expanding mandates and no certain end dates as he grapples with the threats posed by ISIS and Ebola. Evolving operations in the Middle East and west Africa are causing some supporters to ask whether the

Ottawa Shootings: Canada Not Intimidated – PM Harper

CANADA, Oct 23 – Canada’s prime minister has insisted his country will not be intimidated, after a gunman rampaged through parliament before being shot dead. Stephen Harper described the attacker as a terrorist and promised to “redouble” anti-terror efforts. The gunman, named as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, shot and killed a soldier at

PKNS Never Receive Report On Azmin Ali’s Misconduct

SHAH ALAM, Oct 22 – Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) today said it has never receive any report on the misconduct of Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali. PKNS Public Relations Manager Ishak Hashim in a statement here said the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) also had the right to conduct investigations and

Penang Uses Stats To Show Development Does Not Mean Flooding

GEORGETOWN, Oct 22 – Penang’s development, with new high-rise project sprouting around the island and flash floods in George Town earlier this month, has become political fodder against the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government. But local government, traffic management and flood mitigation committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow said overdevelopment was not

In A Cordial Packaging Inequalities

HONG KONG, Oct 22 – Yesterday watch live, a hearing officer who shout the students English name, I am very disgusted. But the face of the wall seems to be very popular with the book down, “good sweet”, “avoid giving prawns feeling fine”… Spent the night, little reason to explain,

WHO Outlines Next Steps In Ebola Crisis

UNITED STATES, Oct 21 – Ebola vaccine testing could start in the next few weeks, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, as health officials scramble to quell the virus that has killed more than 4,500 people. The goal is to launch vaccine trials in West Africa by January, said Dr. Marie

PR Will Remain Selangor Favourites, Says Kit Siang

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 – Pakatan Rakyat (PR) will remain a Selangor favourite if the coalition can reaffirm its two basic principles, says DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang. The Gelang Patah Member of Parliament said the two basic principles — the party’s common policy framework and the operational principle of consensus

Ampang Line LRT To Get New Trains In October 2015

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 – Prasarana Malaysia Bhd will be replacing the current fleet of six-car trains serving the RapidKL Light Railway Transit (LRT) Ampang Line with new ones next year to enhance its services. The new 50 six-car trains or Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) costing RM990 million are being procured from China’s

Dengue Cases In Penang On The Rise

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 21 – A spike in dengue cases reported within a month in Penang has raised concern from the state health authority. Penang recorded 1,821 dengue cases from Jan to Oct 18 compared to 1,598 cases from Jan to Sept 27. State Agriculture, Agro-based Industry, Rural Development and

Lee Chong Wei Drug Test But Off

BEIJING, Oct. 21 – According to Chinese newspaper news, proven , Malaysia feather total declared : Lee Chong Wei in the badminton world championships in August doping test , but off , or suspended for up to two years. Prior to this, ” China Daily” reported that Malaysia feather total confirmed a

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