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Malaysia corruption scandal: PM sacks deputy rearranges cabinet

Malaysia corruption scandal: PM sacks deputy rearranges cabinet

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has sacked his deputy in a cabinet reshuffle after Muhyiddin Yassin had called on the leader to explain a growing corruption scandal

Floods hit South Asia

After a brief lull in South Asia’s monsoon rains, heavy and incessant downpours have brought deadly floods back across a good part of the region. The heaviest showers are currently

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Wedding celebrations in Afghanistan turn bloody

No less than 20 individuals have been murdered by shooters who opened flame at a wedding in Afghanistan’s north, authorities said.

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Stripping Australians of citizenship helps ISIS not us

A proposal to strip Australians of citizenship will be discussed in the Federal Parliament this week. The flawed thinking so evident in this proposal is indicative of

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China seeks to repress Ramadan in Muslim region

Civil servants, students and teachers prevented from fasting and restaurants ordered to remain open in Xinjiang region

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China forbids workers from building settlements in occupied West Bank

Israel’s talks on migrant workers with China are deadlocked due to Beijing refusing to allow its citizens to participate in the construction of settlements in the occupied West Bank

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China denying passports to restrict travel of Muslims and other minorities

“The government fears that Uighurs will return with a better understanding of their conditions and greater determination to throw off Chinese rule,” said a

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Malaysia PM: Moderation needed to tackle Islamophobia

The Prime Minister said the Government believed that the wasatiyyah (moderation) approach was the most suitable way to deal with the issues plaguing the Muslim world today

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Countries and charities worldwide have begun a massive international aid operation in Nepal, where a powerful earthquake and numerous aftershocks have killed more than 2,400 people

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State trips cater for Xinjiang pilgrims heading to Mecca

Arrangements for Muslims in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region who wish to take part in State-organized visits to Mecca for the annual hajj pilgrimage are being enhanced by the local authorities

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