PUTRAJAYA: Applicants for the new Malaysian polycarbonate passport need to wait for up to 72 hours to get the document, as the Immigration Department tries to resolve glitches involving its production.
PUTRAJAYA: Any demand for change in the country must be based on the Federal Constitution and the rule of law, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
THE new IGP surely isn’t having it easy. Just days into his appointment, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has had his hands full dealing with Opposition rallies, arrests of people for sedition and cracking down on gun violence.
- Give birth naturally, women urged
- King launches ‘Colours of 1Malaysia’ at Dataran Merdeka
- Housewife extorted over nude pics
- Election Commission promises utmost transparency in redelineation exercise
- Barisan leaders: 'All for one and one party for all’ a good idea
- Guan Eng confident of Pakatan unity despite pressure
- Too blessed to be stressed
Update: Sunday, May 26, 2013 MYT 9:05 AM
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's capital was relatively calm on Saturday night with only isolated incidents of violence by youths after nearly a week of car-burnings and vandalism that have highlighted growing inequality in Swedish society.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Egypt to act swiftly on economic reforms to secure a $4.8 billion International Monetary Fund loan, saying the measures were needed to get further aid from the U.S. Congress, an American official said.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Syria's opposition resumed talks on Saturday aimed at closing their fractious ranks, as government forces launched a fierce onslaught on a rebel-held border town to try to gain the upper hand in the civil war.
PARIS: A French soldier on anti-terrorist duties was stabbed in the neck Saturday in an attack that President Francois Hollande said could not "at this stage" be linked to the brutal murder this week of a military man in London.
NEW YORK: Thousands of runners and their supporters took to the streets of Boston on Saturday to complete last month's marathon that many were forced to abandon after bombs exploded near the finish line.
LONDON: Three men were arrested Saturday on suspicion of conspiracy to murder the British soldier hacked to death in a London street in an Islamist attack.
- Trio walk free after court turns down remand request
- Ipoh Timor MP to be charged over ‘illegal rally’
- Ex-steward gets to set aside default judgment
- Quorum almost not met
- Speaker adjourns sitting with touching speech
- Ministry drafting Bill to protect stray animals