Hospital medical assistant agrees to settlement nine years after incident.
Japan will once again urge Seoul to take steps to rectify a ruling handed down last year ordering two Japanese companies to compensate wartime workers.
They say they were promised salaries until March this year but that they were only paid up till February.
The deal also involves individual compensation for moral and material damages, including job stability and other benefits for a certain period of time.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he only told former police officer Md Ali Amir Batcha he had a right to pursue his claims in the courts.
Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says the Penang government will be holding fresh talks with the fishermen affected by the reclamation.
Boeing, under scrutiny after two crashes that claimed 346 lives, announces it would give US$100 million to communities and families affected by the 737 MAX disasters.
It says only the AG can proceed to take action against those criminally responsible for the political aide's death.
The US president believes the more than six-decades-old treaty is one-sided to the disadvantage of the United States.
The prime minister says the finance ministry will decide on the appropriate amount of compensation to demand.
He says the multinational investment bank had only offered RM1 billion although it should be at least 10% of the total US$6.9 billion raised.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the families and the national carrier have reached an agreement.
Kedah has written to the federal government on this.
Politicians in Britain have recently have been targeted by protesters who throw milkshakes.
The allegations come at an awkward time for Nissan and Saikawa as its two-decade old alliance with French automaker Renault SA may be in peril.
Five senior managers are being probed at the German sports car maker over "unjustified" and "disproportionately large" payments to a former works council leader.
Menteri besar says water supply has been restored to 91.5% of the affected areas.
Government told to take responsibility for fair treatment of all migrant workers.
The water, land and natural resources minister says Putrajaya will look into 'other ways' to compensate states for water catchment areas.
Jonathan Silverman claimed he never received a commission nor additional promised stock options during a three-month period in 2017.
Critics must take note of certain realities before taking me to task and they must remember that I have to attend to the welfare of KL as a whole.
Giving reasons as to why compensation can’t be that high, they urge the Cabinet to take proper legal advice and review the entire project and ask the MACC to get into the action.
The external committee, due to make recommendations next month on corporate governance, is also considering other alternatives.
They claim the Sabah government has terminated their contracts wrongfully.