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Self-proclaimed leader of the Sultanate of Sulu Jamalul Kiram III (left) talks to reporters at his home in Manila on March 3, 2013. He later died on Oct 20, 2013 at the age of 75 due to multiple organ failure. Meanwhile, Sultan Esmail Dalus Kiram (right) one of the claimants to the sultanate in the southern province of Sulu addresses followers outside a mosque in Manila on March 11, 2005.Esmail became "Caretaker Sultan" of Sulu, died on Sept 19, 2015 and succeeded by the new "sultan", Phugdalon Kiram II.
Time to fight Sulu claims on legal ground, competently
International law does not recognize the use of history to advance one's claims. Period. If...
Hajiji meeting with Mohd Shafie before the Sabah Assembly started in the Sabah Assembly hall, Kota Kinabalu.
Sabah govt sets up special committee to overcome labour shortage, raw materials price hike
KOTA KINABALU - The Sabah government is establishing a special committee to overcome the labour...
An aerial view of Shah Alam Stadium
New Shah Alam Stadium: Status quo with a new home, as vicious cycle is sustained
The imminent fate of the Shah Alam Stadium, with the Selangor government seemingly intent on pushing...
At 9am, the local currency edged up to 4.4350/4390 versus the greenback from Wednesday's close of 4.4360/4385.
Ringgit opens slightly higher against US dollar
KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit extended yesterday's gains to open slightly higher against the US...
Veteran US investor Jim Rogers says recession may have already arrived considering the soaring inflation and high-interest rates.Pic sourced from marketwatch
Long global recession with 'very serious' problems ahead, says veteran US investor Jim Rogers
WASHINGTON -The global economy will go into a long recession in the coming years and face very...
This illustration photo taken on July 8, 2022 shows Elon Musk's Twitter page displayed on the screen of a smartphone with Twitter logo in the background in Los Angeles. - Elon Musk pulled the plug on his deal to buy Twitter on July 8, 2022, accusing the company of "misleading" statements about the number of fake accounts, a regulatory filing showed. (Photo by Chris DELMAS / AFP)
Musk ditches Twitter deal, triggering defiant response
SAN FRANCISCO, US - Elon Musk on Friday pulled the plug on his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter,...
A pedestrian walks past an electronic board displaying the Nikkei 225 index and share prices on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in Tokyo on Nov 4, 2020. (Photo by Behrouz MEHRI / AFP)
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Asian stocks up as recession fears ease, yen rises after Abe shooting
HONG KONG - Asian markets rose Friday on easing recession fears with optimism boosted by hopes that...
Ringgit opens higher against US dollar on risk-on mode. Illustration photo - 123RF
Ringgit opens higher against US dollar on risk-on mode
KUALA LUMPUR - The ringgit opened higher against the US dollar today after four consecutive days of...
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Back from the dead, VHS tapes trigger a new collecting frenzy
Long relegated to an obscure corner of the collectibles market, VHS tapes have been fetching...
A boy lights a candle as he visits a makeshift memorial at the spot where a tractor-trailer was discovered with migrants inside, outside San Antonio, Texas on June 29, 2022. - AFP
Death toll rises to 53 in Texas tractor-trailer tragedy
WASHINGTON - The number of deaths rose to 53 in a tractor-trailer tragedy in the US state of Texas...
The photo taken on January 24, 2024 shows a decorated mini electric vehicle parking at a parking lot in Liuzhou, in southern China's Guangxi province. — Photo by AFP
Cheap mini-EVs sparkle in China's smaller, poorer cities
A convoy of 40 motorcycles and eight cars will travel for four days until Feb 25, covering over 800 kilometres. - Photo by Bernama
Lecturers, bikers to complete Quran recitation during Singapore expedition to welcome...
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Take these steps to prevent drowning incidents
Having once stood proudly alongside Asian powerhouses, the national football team is gradually regaining its competitive edge. In stark contrast, Malaysian badminton faces a worrying downward trend. - Photo illustrated by Sinar Daily
Can Malaysia bridge the gap between football's rise and badminton's decline?
Photo for illustration purposes. - 123RF
Cancer cases number expected to double: Seven steps to lower the risk
Fully residential religious schools in Perak not allowed to use plastic bottles, packaging
Sultan Nazrin said the initiative by MAIPK and JAIPK to instil a culture of reducing single-use plastic usage should serve as an example for all departments and agencies in Perak. - Photo by Bernama
Oldest lipstick ever found discovered in Iran
Mineralogical composition of the oldest lipstick ever found. Photo by F. Zorzi/Scientific Reports
Journey along Merbok River reflects ancient Kedah Tua Kingdom era
Sungai Merbok, rich with various valuable treasures, attracts tourists from both within and outside the country.
Clearing the air: Asthma vs Bronchitis, what you need to know
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Immune system weakness causes inflammation in digestive system, increasing risk of colon cancer
Photo for illustration purposes only. - 123RF
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