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Sipitang MP says he’s unsure if he’s PPBM member yet

Yamani Hafez Musa, son of former chief minister Musa Aman, says he is still seated among the independents in Parliament although he was one of the first Sabah elected reps to apply to join PPBM.

Sarawak DAP wants to claim ‘ownership’ over Voon, claims PBK

Parti Bumi Kenyalang says many DAP members had left the party 'quietly' before this but Sarawak DAP had remained silent over it.

Sabah PPBM aims to have 300,000 members by next year

Its chief, Hajiji Noor, says the response to join the party has been overwhelming.

25 Sabah PPBM pro tem division chiefs get appointment letters from...

The pro tem division chiefs will now have to complete the process of setting up party divisions and branches and begin recruiting members.

Malaysia joins International Criminal Court

The relevant papers were signed yesterday, Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran confirms.

See you in court, MP tells ex-CM Rahim

Kota Melaka MP Khoo Poay Tiong says he will not apologise for his statement on Rahim Thamby Chik's application to join PPBM.

Ambiga’s remarks over Julau membership unfair, says Fahmi Fadzil

The PKR communications director says besides Julau, Lembah Pantai also has an increase in membership.

Approving spike in Julau membership akin to legitimising fraud, says PKR...

Latheefa Koya accuses the PKR political bureau of being in 'denial syndrome' and behaving like Umno/BN.

Is PPBM trying to be Umno?

PPBM should know by now that Umno's domination of Barisan Nasional led to the coalition's downfall.

Ex-Umno leader Syed Hamid joins PPBM

The former Umno Supreme Council member submitted his membership application form to PPBM veep Mukhriz Mahathir.

Mahfuz: 12,000, mostly ex-PAS members, joined Amanah last month

The Amanah leader says PAS members are leaving because the Islamist party is getting closer to Umno, after previously saying that supporting Umno is like having a monitor lizard for a pet.

Britain and EU formally start splitting WTO membership agreements

Until now the EU has represented Britain at the WTO, and Britain's membership rights were not set out distinctly, even though Britain was always a WTO member in its own right.

No guarantee Ismail Kassim will be accepted, says Kedah PKR

It says it is up to the party’s political bureau to decide.

Revamp Judicial Appointments Commission next, says lawyers group

Lawyers for Liberty says the resignations of Raus Sharif and Zulkefli Makinudin signal better times for the judiciary, but it is also important to reform the membership of the JAC.

Comoros to join Southern African bloc in August

The Comoros intends to build ties with English-speaking African nations by joining the SADC.

EU leaders to attempt to win over Balkan states

Kosovo, Albania, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia are considering joining the European Union.

Don’t turn your back on us, Albania PM tells EU

Edi Rama claimed that rejection of Albania's bid for EU membership would lead to increased Islamic radicalisation in his country.

UK, African ministers set to discuss Zimbabwe’s possible readmittance to Commonwealth

British foreign minister Boris Johnson will meet his Zimbabwean counterpart Sibusiso Moyo and ministers from neighbouring African countries to discuss Zimbabwe's re-entry into the Commonwealth.

Albania, Macedonia backed for EU membership talks

The European Union is considering expansion into the Balkan region.

Azerbaijan discussing possible membership with OPEC

OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo recently visited Azerbaijan to discuss Azerbaijan's possible future membership of OPEC.

US gymnastics coach faces child porn charges

A gymnastics coach in the US state of Wisconsin is facing child pornography charges for secretly recording athletes at his training center locker room and bathroom, police announced Thursday.

Auditors blast EU’s Turkey membership funding

Although Turkey has been attempting to join the EU since 2005, its prospects of doing so look less likely than ever before due to its lack of progress made with democracy and the media.

Juncker tells Western Balkans EU membership is theirs, but reforms vital

The six countries that could become EU members are Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, and Bosnia.

Ten-year rejection of Kosovar independence stalls Serbia’s EU hopes

Serbia's continued refusal to recognize Kosovo's independence has made it unlikely to be accepted into the European Union.