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(240220) -- UNITED NATIONS, Feb. 20, 2024 (Xinhua) -- Zhang Jun (C, Front), China's permanent representative to the United Nations, votes in favor of a Security Council draft resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza, at the UN headquarters in New York, on Feb. 20, 2024. Following the U.S. veto on a Security Council draft resolution that would have demanded an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza, the Chinese envoy said Tuesday that objection to a cease-fire in Gaza is nothing different from giving the green light to the continued slaughter. (Xinhua/Xie E)
Objection to ceasefire in Gaza equals license to kill: Chinese envoy
UNITED NATIONS - Following the US veto on a Security Council draft resolution that would have...
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Support surges despite MPs defection to Anwar's camp – Bersatu info chief
SHAH ALAM - Public support for the Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) and the Perikatan...
Jasmine Loo explained she had no intentions of running away as she was already in Bangkok, Thailand when the results of the GE14 election came out, where the Barisan Nasional government led by Datuk Seri Najib suffered defeat. - Photo by Bernama
'Next Xavier Justo': Witness claims Jho Low threatened "living hell" to keep her from Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR - Former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) general counsel Jasmine Loo Ai Swan told...
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Hotel price hikes push guests to unregulated stays?
SHAH ALAM - Malaysian hotels are bracing for increased room rates to offset rising operating costs,...
ZUS Coffee has just rolled out COFFIZZ, Malaysia's first halal canned sparkling coffee. - Photo: ZUS Coffee official Website
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ZUS Coffee launches 'COFFIZZ': Malaysia's first halal-canned sparkling coffee
SHAH ALAM – Ever heard about how a cup of coffee can turn stress away? Well, now you have. In...
Mohamed never expected that his papaya cultivation hobby would yield a substantial income, reaching up to RM20,000 per month.
From hobby to profit: Man gets RM20,000 monthly through papaya cultivation
PASIR PUTEH - The father of seven children in Kampung Lepah, Selising, Pasir Puteh, never expected...
An Israeli forces vehicle blocks the road as a Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance arrives during a raid the al-Faraa camp for Palestinian refugees near Tubas city in the occupied West Bank on January 13, 2024. - Photo by AFP
Cancer patients in Gaza begging for help
RAFAH - The problem with obtaining treatment and the lack of medication continue to plague the...
Palestinian children walk in puddles on a muddy path at a makeshift camp housing displaced Palestinians, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, amid Israeli attacks on Gaza on Jan 2, 2024. - Photo by AFP
Israeli attacks trigger epidemic crisis in Gaza, posing grave threat to children
GAZA - Epidemic diseases began to spread rapidly among Gazans, especially children, as almost the...
Afghan men load food packets on a vehicle distributed as humanitarian aid by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) at Nawabad Kako Sahib area in Baraki Barak district of Logar Province on January 7, 2024. - Photo by AFP
Millions of Afghans go hungry as winter cold bites
PUL-E ALAM - Pascale Trouillaud and Abdullah Hasrat Khurma had to borrow her neighbour's shoes...
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?
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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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Malaysia seeks UAE's expertise to boost cooperation in AI
Malaysian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Datuk Seri Ahmad Fadil Shamsuddin - Photo by Bernama
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