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PBS Youth lodges report against Warisan leader over FB posting, citing...

Warisan youth leader Firdaus Diun, however, denies the claim, saying he was merely reminding opposition cybertroopers not to stoke tension on the illegal immigrant issue.

US will respond with ‘great force’ if Iran attacks interests

President Trump warns Iran not to do anything to harm US interests in the Middle East or there will be consequences.

YouTube updates strikes system to be clearer, more consistent, transparent

Youtube's redesigned strikes system take effect on February 25.

‘Once in a century’ floods hit northeast Australia

Australia's tropical north experiences heavy rains during the monsoon season at this time of the year, but the recent deluge has surged far above normal levels.

China calls US warning to Israel on investment ‘ridiculous’

The US has expressed worries about foreign investment in Israel, particularly from China.

Stop misleading customers by displaying Quranic verses, food premises without halal...

Complaints have been received that this is meant to mislead or confuse consumers, especially Muslims.

Guardiola warned by FA after touchline rant

It is the 47-year-old's first warning and the decision was posted on the FA website

Indonesia’s latest tsunami raises global questions over disaster preparedness

No sirens were heard in those towns and beaches to alert people before the deadly series of waves hit shore.

Indonesia issues ‘extreme weather’ warning for tsunami-hit coast near Krakatau

Rescuers were trying on Wednesday to reach several villages still inaccessible by road.

German officials sound China alarm as 5G auctions loom

Germany's security concerns centre around China's National Intelligence Law which states that Chinese organisations and citizens shall, in accordance with the law, support, cooperate with, and collaborate in national intelligence work.

BMW profit dips in ‘volatile’ times

The Munich-based group said net profit between July and September slumped 24% year-on-year to 1.4 billion euros (US$1.6 billion).

Taxi drivers warned not to violate Peaceful Assembly Act

Police issue warning following a rally planned for next Wednesday by taxi drivers objecting to the e-hailing service.

No siren, no warning: Indonesians caught unaware by devastating tsunami

Survivors say they heard no sirens, even though a tsunami warning was issued and then lifted 34 minutes after the quake.

Disease fears as more bodies found in Indonesia disaster

There are fears that vast numbers of decomposing bodies could still be buried beneath Petobo and Balaroa -- two areas virtually wiped off the map.

Hong Kong braces for weakened typhoon that pummeled Philippines

Mangkhut’s structure will be ripped by wind shear, weakening its top winds as it approaches the coast to Hong Kong’s west.

Global climate protests peak in US as UN talks falter

Nearly 1,000 events in more than 90 countries delivered two-pronged messages in relation to renewable energy and climate protection.

Trump declares emergency as hurricane menaces Hawaii

Trump has urged Hawaiians to hunker down and prepare for the major storm.

China warns Hong Kong journalists’ club after activist speech

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, of abusing the former British colony’s right to free speech by giving the activist a platform.

Powerful quake rocks Indonesia’s Lombok, Bali islands

The quake comes a week after a magnitude 6.4 quake killed 14 people on the island and prompted a large-scale evacuation of a volcano popular with hikers.

Report all acts of sabotage, civil servants told

Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa says he will address the matter personally.

Multiple gunshots fired outside Cheras nightclub

Police find 26 bullet casings and are trying to see if the incident is related to another shooting in Bukit Bintang last month.

Japanese PM visits flood disaster zone, new warnings issued

Abe, who cancelled an overseas trip to deal with the disaster, was criticised after a photograph posted on Twitter showed Abe and his defence minister at a party with lawmakers just as the rains intensified.

Airbus warns UK investment in danger in no-deal Brexit

Airbus has held talks with suppliers about measures to safeguard production, including the stockpiling of components, to help sustain deliveries in the event of a transition-less Brexit leading to border delays.

Iran’s elite Guards warn against compromise with US

Ties between Tehran and Washington, already severed in the wake of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, have deteriorated under US President Donald Trump.

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