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  • Malaysia InsiderChina approves jail for rare wild animal eaters

    China's legislature voted today to approve a legal measure that will jail people caught eating rare wild animals, state media reported. The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) approved a new interpretation of China's Criminal Law at a bimonthly session, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The NPC, China's top...

  • Malaysia InsiderUK asks Muslim women to report would-be Syria jihadists

    British police launched a campaign today urging Muslim mothers to inform the authorities if they fear their children may go to fight in Syria, although critics warned that families were often the last to know. Counter-terrorism officials warned of the risks young people face by travelling to the conflict-ravaged country, from kidnapping and...

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    Two centuries after the French people beheaded King Louis XVI and dipped their handkerchiefs in his blood, DNA analysis has thrown new doubt on the authenticity of one such rag kept as a morbid souvenir.

  • Malaysia InsiderJanet Yellen, Miley Cyrus odd bedfellows in Time’;s list of 100 most influential

    Janet Yellen, the first woman to lead the US Federal Reserve, pop star Miley Cyrus (pic) and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly were among the 41 women in the Time 100, the most women ever included in the magazine's list of the world's most influential people. The list, released today, also includes the second appearance of singer Beyoncé, who is...

  • Malaysia InsiderPope in hot water over ‘personal’; phone calls

    Pope Francis' (pic) habit of picking up the phone and cold calling people who write to him is landing the Vatican in hot water and spokesman Federico Lombardi has had enough. Lombardi today said the calls were part of the pope's "personal pastoral relationships" and "do not in any way form a part of the pope's public activities". The...

  • Malaysia InsiderIndonesia international school faces new sex abuse claims

    A prestigious Indonesian international school faced a mounting crisis today, as new sexual assault claims emerged and an ex-teacher was revealed to have been a suspected paedophile under FBI investigation. The Jakarta International School had already been ordered this week to close its nursery following allegations a six-year-old boy was...

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