Bersih 5 Launched Peacefully At Penang Town Hall

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 10 – Bersih 5 was launched peacefully at Penang Town Hall this morning, without any pro-Umno with the red shirts. Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng was accompany by Bersih chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah, Penang DAP chief Chow Kon Yeow and Bukit Mertajam MP Steven Sim during the launching.

Trump Lambasted For Clinton Jail Threat

ST LOUIS, Oct 10 – A chorus of critics painted Donald Trump as a dictator in the making Sunday, after he threatened to imprison Hillary Clinton if he wins the White House. Trump was called “dangerous,” “unfit” to be president and drew a series of unfavourable comparisons to Venezuela and Russia after

Rosberg Wins, Hamilton Third In Japan

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SUZUKA, Oct 9 – Nico Rosberg romped to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday to extend his lead over world champion Lewis Hamilton in the Formula One title race. The German claimed his first Suzuka win from pole as Hamilton took third after a dreadful start, Rosberg stretching his lead

Trump Berates And Threatens In Incendiary Debate

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ST LOUISM, Oct 9 – Donald Trump launched a scorched-earth bid to salvage his faltering campaign during a caustic presidential debate Sunday, vowing to put Hillary Clinton in jail and accusing her husband of sexual misconduct. Before tens-of-millions of viewers and an audience that included Bill Clinton and three women who accuse

Taxi Operators Told To Improve Service

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MALACCA, Oct 9 – Taxi operators in the country were yesterday told to improve on their service if they are to compete with the e-hailing service such as Uber, Grabcar and Blacklane. Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said a study conducted recently found that the public

Trump Vows Not To Quit Race Over Lewd Talk About Women

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WASHINGTON, Oct 8 – Donald Trump’s lewd videotaped remarks about women threw his White House campaign and the Republican Party in crisis Saturday, just 30 days from the election and on the eve of his second debate with rival Hillary Clinton. Trump nevertheless rejected growing calls from elected members of his own

UN: More Than 140 Killed In Air Strikes On Yemen Funeral

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SANAA, Oct 8 – More than 140 people were killed and more than 525 wounded Saturday when air strikes hit a funeral ceremony in Yemen, a United Nations official said, with Huthi rebels blaming the attack on the Saudi-led coalition. The coalition, which has come under increasing international scrutiny over alleged civilian

Japan’s Mount Aso Volcano Erupts

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TOKYO, Oct 8 – Mount Aso in southern Japan erupted early Saturday belching a column of ash several thousand metres into the air, the latest eruption in one of the world’s most volcanically active countries. Japan Meteorological Agency issued its third-highest alert, warning people not to approach the volcano after it rumbled

Police To Keep Track Of Obese Officers

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GEORGE TOWN, Oct 8 – The police force will start recording data to keep track on obese police officers starting next year with the target to achieve its “trim and fit” mission by 2018. Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) Management Director Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah said that they had identified some 10,000 police

First Blood To Rampant Rosberg In Japan

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SUZUKA, Oct 7 – Nico Rosberg gave his wounded team-mate Lewis Hamilton plenty to think about by topping the time sheets in both practice sessions Friday for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. The German, who has a 23-point championship lead over Hamilton with five races left this year, pipped the triple world

Colombia President Wins Nobel Prize For Peace Efforts

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OSLO, Oct 7 – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the Nobel Prize Friday for his “resolute” efforts to end five decades of war in his country, despite voters’ shock rejection of a historic peace deal. The award was unexpected after voters rejected the accord Santos signed last month with FARC leader

Malaysia Back In World Cup After 15 Years

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HONG KONG, Oct 7 – Malaysia are back in the World Cup of Golf for the first time since 2001 with Danny Chia and Nicholas Fung earning a late entry into the prestigious team event. The $8 million (RM33 million) tournament, which features two-man teams representing 28 countries, takes place in Melbourne from

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