EPF SEES A BETTER 2017

Monday, 20 February 2017 EPF sees a better 2017 BY M. SHANMUGAM image: http://www.thestar.com.my/~/media/online/2017/02/20/00/45/epf-copy.ashx/?w=620&h=413&crop=1&hash=9DBD619D60DD0D140D02F...

RINGGIT EXTENDS LAST WEEK’S DOWNTREND AGAINST US$ EARLY MONDAY

KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit extended last week's downtrend to open easier against the US dollar, in earlytrade Monday, dampened by weak interest for the currency, delears said. At 9 am(0100gmt), the local unit was t...

ADUN WANITA BERTAMBAH

KUCHING: Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri berkata menerusi kemenangan Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu pada Pilihan Raya Kecil (PRK) Tanjong Datu, keahlian wanita Barisan Nasional (BN) dalam Dewan Undanga...

PINDAAN AKTA 355 TIDAK AMBIL HAK AGAMA LAIN

KUALA LUMPUR: Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom menegaskan cadangan meminda Akta Mahkamah Syariah (Bidang Kuasa Jenayah) 1965 atau Akta 355 tidak akan mengambil hak agama lain. Beliau be...

PM YAKIN DATUK AMAR JAMILAH BAWA KEMAJUAN DI TANJONG DATU

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yakin kemenangan Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu daripada Barisan Nasional (BN) akan membawa kemajuan dan pembangunan berterusan di Tanjong Datu, Sarawak. Mengulas kemenangan besar Jami...

TIGA FAKTOR SUMBANGKAN KEMENANGAN PRK TANJONG DATU

LUNDU: Pengarah Operasi Barisan Nasional (BN) bagi Pilihan Raya Kecil (PRK) Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Tanjong Datu, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar berkata kemenangan BN malam ini adalah kerana tiga faktor utam...

KEMENANGAN DENGAN MAJORITI BESAR LUAR JANGKAAN

SANTUBONG: Kemenangan calon Barisan Nasional (BN) Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu dengan majoriti yang besar adalah di luar jangkaan, kata Ketua Menteri Datuk Amar Abang Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg. Bagaimanapun, beliau berkat...

Somalia: Dozens killed in Mogadishu market blast

Published on Feb 19, 2017 A car bomb in the Somali capital of Mogadishu has killed at least 39 people and wounded 50 others. No one has yet claimed responsibility, but the armed group al-Shabab is suspected. Som...

Creditors push Greece for tougher labour rules

Published on Feb 19, 2017 The Eurozone's finance ministers will decide on Monday whether Greece has taken enough measures to qualify for more money from its bailout loan. There is concern among labour unions as cre...

Rocky first month in office for Donald Trump

Published on Feb 19, 2017 It has been a controversial first month in the White House for US President Donald Trump. From legal challenges to his executive orders to shaky interaction with world leaders, Trump's sho...

Car bomb at Mogadishu marketplace kills dozens

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Somalia’s new president visited victims wounded by the Mogadishu car bomb that on Sunday killed 34. President Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed offered a $100,000 reward for information leading to the...

Iran-US tension at Munich Security Conference

Published on Feb 19, 2017 The Munich Security Conference comes to an end, with strained ties between Iran and the US among key issues. The White House has taken a hard-line stance against Tehran. CGTN’s Guy Henderson ...

Iraqi forces launch assault on ISIL-held west Mosul

Published on Feb 19, 2017 The Iraqi government has said its forces have retaken at least five ISIL-held villages to the west of Mosul. A top army commander said troops had destroyed two car bombs and killed several IS...

Ecuadorians vote in hotly contested presidential election

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Ecuadorians have just voted for their next president. Leftist candidate Lenin Moreno hopes to garner enough support to clinch an uncontested victory, but polls suggest the race is too close t...

China and Spain agree to expand cooperation

Published on Feb 17, 2017 A meeting between Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Spanish counterpart Alfonso Dastis has taken place on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference. Wang Yi said bilateral economic a...

Are political ties of S Korean businesses unravelling? – Inside story

Published on Feb 17, 2017 South Korea's big businesses known as chaebols have been largely credited for the country's economic strength, and it is considered an honour to be hired by these multinational companies. ...

British parliament to debate Trump’s visit to UK

Published on Feb 19, 2017 British lawmakers will debate on Monday whether to withdraw the invitation to US President Donald Trump for a state visit, an offer which had been extended with ­unprecedented speed. CGTN's R...

Will the latest Iraqi offensive mean the end of ISIL in Mosul? – Inside Story

Published on Feb 19, 2017 The Iraqi army and its allies have begun an offensive to drive ISIL fighters out of the most populated western area of Mosul. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi made the announcement during hi...

Republicans criticise Trump over Flynn issue

Published on Feb 18, 2017 The US senate has confirmed Donald Trump's pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency despite fierce opposition from environmental groups. Trump is still looking for a new national sec...

Is Russia’s Arctic presence ‘aggressive?’ BBC News

Published on Feb 16, 2017 The BBC's Jonathan Beale reports from the Arctic circle in Norway, where Russia is building up its forces - causing concern for the US, which has called its conduct there "aggressive". Meanwh...

Pipeline From Above: Drone’s View of the Volcom Pipe Pro 2017

Published on Feb 17, 2017 ►Watch the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro Replay on Red Bull TV: http://win.gs/VPP17 The Volcom Pipe Pro has wrapped, and the year's best WQS event did not disappoint. Kelly Slater took home the tro...

‘La La Land’ seen as a lock for big Oscars win

Published on Feb 17, 2017 'La La Land' is seen by gamblers as a lock to win big at the Oscars, but competition grows in best actor category. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterss...

Oscar prepares to party

Published on Feb 17, 2017 The creative team behind the annual Governors Ball offer a first glimpse at what stars will be treated to at this year's official Oscars after party. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Subs...

Showcase: Master of acoustics helping design some of the world’s most famous concert halls

Published on Feb 17, 2017 The sound system at any venue can make or break a performance. Mariah Carey can tell you that after her New Year's Eve performance at Times Square. That's why concert hall owners try not to t...

High radiation levels discovered at Japan’s Fukushima

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Unexpectedly high levels of radiation have been found inside one of the damaged reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power station. The plant was destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami that ...

Pakistan shrine reopens after Thursday’s suicide bombing

Published on Feb 19, 2017 A popular Sufi shrine has reopened in the Pakistani city of Sehwan Sharif, after a suicide bomber killed over 80 worshipers there on Thursday. CGTN’S Danial Khan has more. Subscribe to us ...

Dogs celebrate carnival in Rio

Published on Feb 19, 2017 With less than one week to go before the official start of Rio's carnival, even the dogs are getting in on the fun. For 14 years, the "Blacão" - a play on the words bloco meaning "street part...

Buzz culture: UK tattoo event draws large crowds

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Fans of body art and tattooing have gathered in London to see some of the top artists in the field. The origins of skin marking date back tens of thousands of years, and technology is cont...

A young scientist’s quest for clean water | Deepika Kurup

Published on Feb 17, 2017 Deepika Kurup has been determined to solve the global water crisis since she was 14 years old, after she saw kids outside her grandparents' house in India drinking water that looked too dirty...

SpaceX rocket successfully launched on second try

Published on Feb 19, 2017 A SpaceX spacecraft has blasted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Station in Florida. It is the first time SpaceX has launched a rocket from the center. The first attempted launch was scrapped on...

Melting ice caps

Published on Feb 17, 2017 The world’s polar ice caps are shrinking little by little. The Arctic is heating up twice as fast as the rest of the planet…with Greenland’s glaciers receding particularly quickly.VIDEOGRAPHI...

Al Gore warns of climate change consequences

Published on Feb 17, 2017 A summit on climate change was recently cancelled by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. But former US Vice President Al Gore decided to hold his own national meeting, reflecting ...

Trash Can PC on a BUDGET – HP Wave

Published on Feb 18, 2017 At around $600 for a decent spec, the HP Wave seems to be the top "budget" pick if you're looking for a "trashcan" PC. But is it?... Sign upfor Amazon Prime: http://geni.us/nJik11 Chec...

WAN Show Repair Vlog – It finally works!!!

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Sponsored by Corsair. FINALLY. We fixed the WAN Show setup... hopefully for good ;) PC: Buy Corsair K65 Lux RGB on Amazon: http://geni.us/tEP6t Buy Corsair M65 Pro RGB on Amazon: http...

Does PC Size Matter?

Published on Feb 18, 2017 Do you need a mini PC desktop that fits in the palm of your hand? Intel NUC on Amazon: http://austin.tech/intelnuc Is a $200 Game Console Worth It? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAtm3... ...

Leica M10 review

Published on Feb 17, 2017 Leica cameras are more than just about specs and megapixels. They are about experience and emotion, a feel that you can only get with a Leica. The new M10 embodies this better than any prior ...

Surah TAHA – PEACEFUL – EXTENDED سورة طه – تلاوة هادئة

Published on Jan 19, 2017 SURAH TAHA - LIKE and SUBSCRIBE - CLICK HERE http://bit.ly/1OTKL5z اشترك في القناة Nederlands - DEUTSCHE - Bahasa Indonesia - français - English - NEDERLANDSE VERTALING - NEDERLANDSE ONDERTI...

DUA FOR LIGHT! | NOOR | DOA CAHAYA | اللهم اجعل في قلبي نورا

Published on Feb 7, 2017 DUA FOR LIGHT - DO'A CAHAYA - Nederlands - DEUTSCHE - Bahasa Indonesia - français - English - NEDERLANDSE VERTALING - NEDERLANDSE ONDERTITELS - URDU - Türkce _________________________________...

Devastating video: Boy cries for dad after losing legs

Published on Feb 17, 2017 Video shows the aftermath of an apparent air raid in the northwest province in Idlib in northwestern Syria. The video was circulated by Syrian opposition activists on social media. ...

Playing with fire: Exorcising demons in Vietnam

Published on Feb 16, 2017 Deep in a trance and impervious to the heat of burning coals underfoot, lithe young men prance across piles of glowing embers at a ritual fire dance to exorcise spiritual demons and pray for ...

Malaysian police hunt for four more suspects as Kim Jong-nam murder case expands

Published on Feb 16, 2017 말레이 경찰, 김정남 암살 청부 용의자 4명 추적 Two suspects and another person of interest have been arrested by Malaysian authorities in connection to the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Kor...

You’ve Never Seen An iPhone Case Do This…

Published on Feb 15, 2017 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) --- Today's Mystery Video - https://youtu.be/m6LHDucv7O0?list=PL7... I have no idea who this iPhone case is for... FOLLOW ME IN THESE PLACES FOR UPDATES Twitter - http://tw...

Pieces of ‘Atlantis': 16th century Dominican church revealed in drought (Drone footage)

Published on Feb 14, 2017 A severe drought in Mexico has revealed a 400-year-old Dominican church that has remained almost completely intact despite spending decades submerged under water. Drone footage of the submerg...

Brochettes – Favorite street-food in Niger | Global 3000

Published on Feb 14, 2017 In Niger in West Africa, a large part of life is spent outdoors. Brochettes are one of the country's favorite street-food snacks. These kebabs are often served with french fries and sauce. ...

A city tour of Valencia | Check-in

Published on Feb 14, 2017 Journalist Carles Claver takes you through his home town and shows its historical and modern sides. The tour begins at the central market, the Mercado Central, and ends in the City of Arts an...

Showcase: ‘All The Light We Cannot See’ exhibition at the Galerist in Istanbul

Published on Feb 14, 2017 Some believe that not just art, but history is up for debate. And now you can now discuss both at an exhibition here in Istanbul. Four artists have come together to examine how history is a m...