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US envoy: No country an island, not even M'sia

INTERVIEW Repealing the Sedition Act or not may be the internal affair of Malaysia when it is debated. However, if human rights are likely to be infringed, no country is an island, says the United States Ambassador to Malaysia Joseph Y Yun. 504 more words

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Choose another government

People must fight for justice, says academic

If Putrajaya refuses to change for the better and put an end to the corruption and imbalances in the system, the people must choose another government, an academic said. 209 more words

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Teoh Beng Hock - A death. A crime. A verdict. And nothing..

A death. A crime. A verdict. And nothing… -Dr Azmi Sharom

It is not healthy to be pissed off all the time. Walking around in a permanent state of anger is simply not good for you. 564 more words

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Luka Magnotta jury fails to reach a verdict on Day 5; will return to work on Sunday

MONTREAL — Jurors deciding the fate of Luka Rocco Magnotta ended Day 5 of their deliberations on Saturday without reaching a verdict.

They will return on Sunday. 472 more words

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The RCI TWISTER unleashed by Dr M can blow Sabah out of Malaysia

MAKE NO MISTAKE! The RCI TWISTER unleashed by Dr M can blow Sabah out of Malaysia

Financially motivated!

So this is the kind of explanation given by the chief secretary to the Government, Ali Hamsa, when asked whether there was political motivation behind the Project IC. 690 more words

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It hasn’t sunk yet on Sen. Estrada where he is

Senator Jinggoy Estrada, who is facing graft and plunder charges before the Sandiganbayan (graft court) in connection with the scandalous pork barrel scam, and is presently detained at the Philippine National Police (PNP) Custodial Center in Camp Crame, Quezon City, does not seem to understand or, perhaps refuses to understand, where he is spending his time these days. 315 more words

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Unity Schools: Court Orders Federal Government To Apply Uniform Cut-off Marks

In a landmark ruling certain to challenge the viability of the decades-long quota system in the country, a Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday declared as unconstitutional the state-based admission inequality into federal government colleges, also known as unity schools. 411 more words

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