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Surge in foreign fund inflows sets stage for Egyptian boom

CAIRO/DUBAI: Encouraged by Egypt's economic reforms, a major gas find, streamlined business rules and a devalued currency, investors are increasingly optimistic about prospects for the North African country after years o...

Fix to chip hacking threat creates new worries

NEW UORK: Some businesses are holding off on installing the fix for a massive security bug in microchips exposing nearly every computer and smartphone to hacking, fearing the solution is worse than the problem. Tech com...

Infrastructure development in Puncak Borneo continues to progress: Dawos

PUNCAK BORNEO: The infrastructure development in the Puncak Borneo parliamentary constituency continued to progress further, said Deputy Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr James Dawos Mamit. He ...

Najib on five-day working visit to Saudi Arabia

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) will make a working visit to Saudi Arabia from tomorrow until Jan 12, at the invitation of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz ...

Accident victim’s family to sue local body, state govt for negligence

PETALING JAYA: The family of Dina Dzulkarnain Asan has begun legal proceedings against the relevant authorities for alleged negligence that led to his death in a road accident at Padang Merdeka in Kuching last month. ...

Crocodile attack: Mutilated body of teenager found

KUCHING: The mutilated body of a teenage boy who was attacked by a crocodile while fishing on the river banks of Sungai Dit in Kampung Melayu Dit, Debak near Betong two days ago, was found today. Sarawak Fire and Resc...

February Launch For Sarawak School Upgrade Project

KUCHING, Jan 5 (Bernama) -- The first phase of the school rehabilitation or rebuilding project in Sarawak is scheduled to commence in February. Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof said all processes regarding the...

Invisible Change: Saudis reopen key port in Yemen, but locals see no ships arrive

Saudi Arabia finally succumbed to international pressure last month to temporarily reopen a key port in Yemen, to allow in supplies of food and fuel. The blockade had been seen as worsening what, the UN calls, the world'...

Phones, tablets, laptops: Big chip flaw puts 1.5bn devices at risk

All Mac systems and iOS devices are vulnerable to the recently discovered security flaws known as Spectre and Meltdown, Apple has confirmed. The tech giant said that mitigations are on the way and some have been already ...

Education Ministry approves dual language programme for another 126 schools

PADANG TERAP: Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid has announced the approval of another 126 schools in the country that will implement the Dual Language Programme (DLP) this year. Mahdzir, who is also Padang ...

S’wak Veterinary Dept lodges police report against Facebook account holders

KUCHING: The Sarawak Veterinary Services Department lodged a police report yesterday against several comments which appeared in a Facebook page championing stray dogs. State CID chief, Datuk Dev Kumar said the police ...

Govt Will Not Neglect Sabah’s Run-down Schools

BELURAN, Jan 5 (Bernama) -- The government's commitment in rehabilitating run-down schools in Sabah will not cease. Dewan Rakyat deputy speaker and Beluran member of parliament, Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee said the g...

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