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Hong Kong police detained more than 2,200 since start of protests

Hong Kong has seen more 400 demonstrations and marches over the past four months.

by Bernama
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Policymakers, PAS should read SIS survey on M'sian Muslim women - Marina Mahathir

The survey found the struggle for equality is closely linked to a woman's ability to exercise her rights.

by Faisal Asyraf
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Where is the dignity of Malays?

COMMENT | A non-racial approach to poverty eradication will bring all our people together.

by David Dass
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Spain jails Catalan separatist leaders, sparking protests, clashes

Spain's Supreme Court handed out sentences between nine and 13 years for their role in a failed independence bid.

by Reuters
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Exploitation of indigenous arts a rampant problem, forum told

"The entire way of how the Orang Asli live is now a commodity,"

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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The rule of law must prevail

LETTER | As long as preventive laws like Sosma exists, the police will always be in a dilemma whether to use these laws.

by G Selvakumar
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Police, dogs search notorious Mexican prison for clandestine graves

The recently closed Topo Chico prison had a history of riots and gang violence.

by Reuters
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More stateless people coming to M'sia, causing problems, UN told

We are grappling with financial burden and have to tackle security risks and social problems, says Muhyiddin.

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Disrespecting the Negaraku

COMMENT | Enforcing 'respect' towards a symbol has always seemed fascist to me.

by S Thayaparan
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Gov't urged to provide allocation in Budget 2020 to upgrade facilities for Orang Asli

Senator Isa Ab Hamid says the allocation could be used to upgrade roads, as well as water and electrical supply.

by Bernama
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Judiciary's independence is supreme, says CJ

'No law may curtail the inherent power of the courts to engage in judicial review.'

by Bernama
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AG: People have more democratic space since GE14

He says the best proof is that no one has been prosecuted despite all the criticism he received on social media.

by Bernama
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Canada opposition chief pressed on US citizenship, drops candidate for anti-gay comments

Andrew Scheer says he would renounce his US citizenship after a newspaper broke news of his dual citizenship.

by Reuters
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Hong Kong invokes emergency powers to quell escalating violence

These colonial-era powers, not used in more than 50 years, allow authorities broad powers in the name of public interest.

by Reuters
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M'sia small country but never sent refugees back, says Saifuddin

The US had recently put a cap into the number of refugees the country would admit.

by Hariz Mohd
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Are Malaysian pathologists and coroners competent?

COMMENT | They say that dead men tell no tales, but a competent forensic pathologist can tell us how a man died.

by Mariam Mokhtar
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