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French President and La Republique en Marche (LREM) party candidate for re-election Emmanuel Macron (C) gives a thumbs up as he greets supporters after his victory in France's presidential election, at the Champ de Mars in Paris, on April 24, 2022. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN / AFP)
France's Macron wins new term after far-right battle
French President Emmanuel Macron won re-election on Sunday, convincingly defeating his rival Marine...
Indonesia, the world's top palm oil producer will ban exports in a shock move that could further inflame surging global food inflation.
M'sia says can meet global demand after Indonesia bans palm oil exports
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia is confident it can meet global demand for palm oil after Indonesia's...
Deputy Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities II Wee Jeck Seng said the move is expected to boost prices of palm oil and competing oils in the international market since Indonesia is a top producer and exporter of palm oil.
Indonesia's move impacts global edible oils and fats trade
PONTIAN - Indonesia’s move to ban exports of its palm oil starting Thursday next week is expected...
Sam Ke Ting was sentenced to six years jail and was fined RM6,000 by the High Court on Wednesday for reckless driving, causing death of eight teenagers on ‘basikal lajak’. - BERNAMA
"Basikal Lajak" case: Woman released on bail pending appeal hearing
PUTRAJAYA - A female clerk who was jailed for reckless driving which resulted in the death of eight...
Stakeholders have previously said illegal tobacco sale may increase if the generational end game policy is implemented. Pic sourced from holidaysinmalaysia
Will retailers ask for Mykad before selling tobacco to 18 year olds?
SHAH ALAM - In January 2022, Health Minister Khairy Jamaludin announced his intention to outlaw...
Protestors take part in a demonstration against the surge of prices and shortage of fuel and other essential commodities at the entrance of the president's office in Colombo on April 4, 2022. - AFP
Sri Lanka parliament speaker warns crisis risks starvation
COLOMBO - Sri Lanka's crippling economic crisis risks causing starvation across the island...
Photo for illustration purpose only - BERNAMA Pic
Kelantan plans to enact law to prevent use of vapes among the young
KOTA BHARU - The Kelantan government plans to enact a law that prohibits the use of electronic...
People wait in queue with empty cans to buy fuel at a fuel pumping station amid a fuel shortage in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on April 2, 2022. - EPA
Sri Lanka declares emergency as street protests spread
COLOMBO - Sri Lanka's president declared a state of emergency Friday giving sweeping powers to...
A photo of a turtle being released back into the sea in conjunction with the Terengganu Turtle Awareness Month launching ceremony at Pantai Rantau Abang, Terengganu, on April 1, 2022. - BERNAMA
Traders ready to comply with turtle eggs sale ban rules
KUALA TERENGGANU - With two months left before the ban on the sale of turtle eggs is enforced in...
Hartini and Noor Aziah provide their takes on the issue of child marriage in Malaysia.
Children should not be having children, experts weigh on child marriage
SHAH ALAM - The government has no intentions to ban child marriage in the country despite...
Truce was never really a truce, says Palestinian journalist
Agus under investigation for sexual harassment allegations - IGP
Gaza faces renewed airstrikes as Israel accuses Hamas of truce violation
A glimpse into the power players at COP28
Man detained over criminal threats against PM
Nine cases of monkeypox reported in Malaysia
Nine cases of monkeypox infection (mpox) involving a foreign national and eight locals were reported in the country between July and November this year. - Photo 123RF
GEG: Khairy's fight for public health continues
Pix for illustration purpose only. - FILE PIX
Child sexual abuse cases tops JKM's list - Nancy
Nancy - Bernama
Why Sabah and Sarawak MPs are 'not on the same page' with Federal Government?
Malaysia's two eastern states, Sabah and Sarawak, have consistently disagreed with the Federal Government, resulting in a lack of consensus among their MPs. - Pix by Sinar Daily
Home Ministry drafting bill to safeguard welfare of police retirees, former police officers
The Home Ministry is drafting a bill to regulate the welfare aspects of police retirees, as well as former police officers, said its deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah. - BERNAMA FILE PIX
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