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Refugees · Selayang

Immigration D-G: Some Rohingya detainees who escaped from detention depot sighted in Selayang

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The Immigration Department detected some Rohingya refugees who escaped from the Sungai Bakap Immigration Detention Depot, Kedah around Selayang. Malaysian Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Khairul Dzaimee Daud said the department and the police were currently working together to identify the detainees' exact location. He added that the authorities were actively hunting for 61 refugees who are still on the run.See the Story
Poverty · Ukraine

1/5th Of Humanity Could Face Poverty Due To Ukraine War, Says UN Chief

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The Ukraine crisis could plunge more than one fifth of humanity, or up to 1.7 billion people, into poverty and hunger, according to UN Secretary-General Ant�nio Guterres. Ukraine and Russia account for 30 per cent of world production of wheat and barley, a fifth of all corn and more than half of all sunflower oil.See the Story

Nanta: Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry holds discussion with industry players to set new ceiling price for chicken

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The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) today held an engagement session with practitioners of the country's chicken supply chain. The session was held following the announcement of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob on the decision of the government to continue setting the ceiling price of chicken in the market.See the Story
Asia · Japan

Malaysia can learn from Japan in managing its ageing population, says Japanese ambassador

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The number of people over 65 years old in Malaysia is projected to triple from two million at present to over six million by 2040. Japanese ambassador to Malaysia Katsuhiko Takahashi said Japan, which already has a huge greying population, is keen to share its experience and expertise in managing them.See the Story

Shyness, being uninitiated among reasons for not undergoing breast, prostate cancer screening

Khairy Jamaluddin, breast, prostate cancer, shy,See the Story

Science Ministry targets ratio of 195 robots to 10,000 workers by 2030

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Science, Technology and Innovation minister Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba says drone technology has the potential to be developed further. Mosti will work with the education ministry to introduce the drone industry and technology in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) syllabus at school level.See the Story
Asia · Malaysia

Education Ministry to prioritise densely populated areas when building new schools, says Radzi

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PUTRAJAYA, June 25 — The Education Ministry is giving priority to opening new schools in densely populated places like Klang, Selangor and Johor.Senior Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin said the ministry was looking for suitable locations in these areas to build schools as it was facing difficulty in getting land for such projects.See the Story
Kuala Lumpur · Kuala Lumpur

Peruntukan tambahan RM100 juta untuk SPIM TEKUN, RM30 juta BEEP - PM Ismail Sabri

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob hari ini mengumumkan peruntukan tambahan RM100 juta bagi program Skim Pembiayaan Informal & Mikro (SPIM) The program is part of Tabung Ekonomi Kumpulan Usaha Niaga (TEKUN) Nasional.See the Story

Dion Cools nyatakan minat untuk bersama JDT

JDT, Pemangku Raja Johor, pemain, penaja, Tunku IsSee the Story

Performers from across the globe are invited to showcase their talents during FIFA World Cup

Arts and cultural performers from all over the world invited to perform across Qatar during the FIFA World Cup 2022. Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy said this includes performers in visual arts, crafts and heritage, fashion and design, performance arts, theatre and music and film. The project is aimed at supporting the SC's efforts to make Qatar 2022 a platform for cultural exchange.See the Story
European Union · Malaysia

Malaysia to foster cordial engagement with EU for palm oil industry's benefit

Malaysia is determined to foster a cordial engagement with the European Union. The trade bloc has remained a staunch opposition of the palm oil trade since 2003. Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin said Malaysia hopes to channel updated information on palm oil industry.See the Story

Selepas 27 tahun NASA kembali lancar roket dari Australia

AS, agensi angkasa lepas, NASA, roket, AustraliaSee the Story

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