Should we be concerned about the second Penang Bridge after a bridge in China collapsed? In 1994, similar fears arose when the Seongsu Bridge in South Korea collapsed, killing 32 and injuring 17.
After what's been happening in Egypt, I thought I would draft a memo to dictators and authoritarian leaders around the world to give them some free and unsolicited advice. Dear Mr Dictator/Authoritarian Leader Recent events in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and elsewhere...
Funeral tents have been attacked in Gaza, hospital premises shelled, a high-rise building housing international media fired at by an Apache helicopter, medical teams prevented from responding to 80 per cent of emergency calls... and of course, the rising...
"They" have acted quickly: "they" have removed the post about Bangladesh citizens allegedly being given voting rights in Malaysia. This is what the site looks like now. I thought this might happen - but I didn't think they would work...
Forward the video to 36:30, when a CBS journalist questions Obama, whose response is somewhat wishy washy. Najib is also asked if he has made any effort towards political reforms. Meanwhile, Anwar's lawyer N Surendran has responded to Najib's...
Malaysia's proposal for the controversial multibillion ringgit Padma Bridge project appears to be fizzling out, after several Bangladesh press reports described it as 'not viable' and 'empty'. See the Financial Express and Daily Express reports. The Daily Express also...
Officers of the National Financial Investigation Division (DNIF) of France are responsible for probing into the conditions of sale of submarines to Malaysia, especially a related 114 million euro payment, a French website has revealed. The DNIF is a...
Eyptian activists are expected to descend on Tahrir Square tomorrow in a show of solidarity with Occupy Wall Street protesters. Egyptian activists have already sent messages of solidarity to the Occupy Wall Street protesters. Over in Oakland, tweets report...
This is the people's victory celebration in Tahrir Square in Cairo today. Egyptians are not resting on their laurels and letting down their guard in their quest for real and meaningful democracy. They are not content just because Mubarak has...
French lawyer William Bourdon speaking two nights ago in Penang - just 24 hours before he was deported - about the progress of the Scorpene submarine investigations in France. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS3jUffr4Sc&w=470&h=292]

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