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Khalid serah senarai Exco kali kedua?

SHAH ALAM - Menteri Besar, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim hari ini mengesahkan menerusi laman mikro Twitter miliknya sudah pun menyerahkan senarai Exco …

Pengajaran untuk BN Selangor

SHAH ALAM – Ketiadaan pemimpin dari Selangor menjadi menteri penuh dalam barisan Kabinet baru akibat kemerosotan prestasi BN di negeri itu pada PRU13 …

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Protests disrupt Barbie exhibition in Berlin

Women's rights protesters disrupted the opening of a giant pink doll's house in Berlin, saying the Barbie "Dreamhouse Experience" objectified women.<p>Protesters gathered outside the pink house that has been erected in one of central Berlin's greyest areas on Thursday.<p>The exhibition, open until …

Lulzsec hackers handed jail terms in UK

Four young computer hackers who masterminded cyber-attacks on targets from the CIA to Sony Pictures and media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News International, causing millions of dollars in damage, have been sentenced to jail terms.<p>The hackers, who were affiliated with the group Lulz Security, had all …

Turkey PM and Obama discuss Syria

US President Barack Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have pledged to increase pressure on Syria's President Bashar al-Assad to step down.<p>Obama said in a news conference with Erdogan at the White House on Thursday that the only way to resolve Syria's two-year crisis was for …

Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest Israel army draft

Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews have protested in Jerusalem against plans to enlist men from their community into the army.<p>Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said at least 20,000 protesters took part in Thursday's rally near the city's military draft bureau.<p>About a dozen arrests were made when …

Guantanamo hunger strike enters 100th day

Activists demanding the closure of the Guantanamo Bay prison have marked the 100th day of a hunger strike there by submitting a petition to the White House containing some 370,000 signatures.<p>A group of activists wearing orange jumpsuits and black hoods like those used on detainees at Guantanamo Bay …

Bird flu death toll rises in China

Four more people have died from a new strain of bird flu in China, bringing the death toll from the H7N9 virus to 36 from 131 confirmed cases, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.<p>The United Nations health agency said a written statement on Friday that the four deaths were from cases that …

Egypt security forces clash with protesters

Egyptian security forces have fired tear gas at protesters hurling firebombs at them in central Cairo, hours after hundreds of opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi rallied peacefully in the streets denouncing his rule and demanding early presidential elections.<p>The demonstration on Friday …

Hackers target Saudi government websites

Several government websites in Saudi Arabia were hacked in a series of heavy cyber attacks from overseas in recent days, disabling them briefly until the attacks were repelled, the government has said.<p>An investigation traced the "coordinated and simultaneous attacks" to hundreds of Internet …

UN chief in Russia as Syria crisis deepens

An international peace conference for Syria, where government and opposition forces will be represented, should happen as soon as possible, the UN chief Ban Ki-moon said during a visit to Russia.<p>On Friday, Ban met Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi.<p>Ban's trip and a …

France legalises same-sex marriage

French President Francois Hollande has signed a gay marriage and adoption bill into law, a day after the country's Constitutional Council threw out a legal challenge by the conservative opposition.<p>Hollande, trying to turn the page on months of bitter opposition to the measures, said it was "time to …

US scolds Russia for sending arms to Syria

The US has scolded Russia for sending missiles to the Syrian government, with plans for an international peace conference promoted by the two major powers appearing to founder on diplomatic rifts over its scope and purpose.<p>General Martin Dempsey, the most senior US military officer, has described …

Deadly Iraq violence spills into fourth day

Deadly violence in Iraq has spilled into a fourth day, with reports that seven more people killed and three more injured, amid fears over a new round of sectarian bloodshed.<p>Two police officers were killed on Saturday after an improvised device exploded at a federal police station south of Mosul, a …

Somaliland waits for worldwide recognition

The Horn of Africa has been ravaged by war and famine for decades, and now one of Somalia's regions, hopes to become an independent state.<p>Somaliland sits on the Gulf of Aden and is officially regarded as an autonomous region of Somalia. The two were, however, separate until 1960. During the civil …

North Korea launches short-range missiles

North Korea has fired three short-range missiles from its east coast, South Korea's defence ministry says, but the purpose of the launches was unknown.<p>Launches by the North of short-term missiles are not uncommon, but the ministry would not speculate whether Saturday's launches were part of a test …

Tunisia bans Salafist group's meeting

The Tunisian government has banned a Salafist group from holding its annual congress, according to the interior ministry.<p>The ministry said on Friday that Ansar al-Sharia's congress planned for Saturday posed a threat to public order.<p>"We have decided to prohibit this gathering, which would be in …

First Saudi woman climbs to top of Everest

A 27-year-old graphic design graduate has become the first ever Saudi woman to climb to the top of Mount Everest.<p>Raha Moharrak is the only female in a group of four Arabs who announced two months ago that they would be reaching the summit in 2013.<p>"The first ever Saudi woman to attempt Everest has …

Afghan MPs block divisive women's rights law

Afghanistan's parliament has failed to pass a law banning violence against women, a severe blow to progress made in women's rights since the Taliban was toppled over a decade ago.<p>President Hamid Karzai approved the law by decree in 2009 and parliament's endorsement was required. But a rift between …

Many killed in string of Iraq attacks

Violence in Iraq has killed 16 people, including a police officer, his wife and two children, while gunmen kidnapped 10 policemen, officials said.<p>Armed men early on Saturday broke into the home of the administrator for the Rashid area, south of Baghdad, killing one of his guards, an interior …

Somaliland marks 22 years of independence

People in Somaliland are marking 22 years of self-declared independence from Somalia, but they are still waiting for the world to recognise their region as a country.<p>Celebrations were held in the capital, Hargeisa, on Saturday, with people holding rallies, waving flags from their vehicles and …

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