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Saturday, 28 April 2012

Mas Sabu arrives at Masjid Negara

10.55am: Masjid Negara - PAS deputy chief Mohamad Sabu arrives at Masjid Negara and he is given a hero's welcome by the crowd. Video by Tan Jiun Wuu

Bersih 3.0: Rally supporters arriving KL

Closed roads leading into Dataran Merdeka have not deterred rally supporters as they begin to trickle into the city by foot and the LRT.

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Nurul Izzah: Let us change the country together

Nurul Izzah's arrival was met with a particular fanfare - loud shouts of"reformasi" - which she later echoed during her speech.

Umno Member - Don't Let BN Pawn Our Country

A pre-Bersih 3.0 rally last night raised eyebrows when Tamrin Abdul Ghafar, son of former deputy prime minister Abdul Ghafar Baba, made his debut by urging the crowd to throw their support behind the April 28 sit-in protest to demand clean and fair elections.

London 2012 '100 Days to Go': Olympics people in numbers

Athletes take a starring role at the Olympic Games, but with 100 days to go until London 2012, we take a look at who else makes up the cast of thousands behind the sporting event of the year.

Monday, 16 April 2012

Gatwick flights suspended after Virgin Atlantic plane makes emergency landing

A Virgin Atlantic plane is stuck on the runway at Gatwick after experiencing a "technical difficulty" shortly after takeoff. Report by Adam Sich.

Norway mass killer trial begins

Anders Behring Breivik goes on trial for killing 77 people last July, but he pleads not guilty and says he acted in self-defence. Al Jazeera's Joanh Hull is at the trial.

Facebook Timeline Tyranny

If you haven't been timelined yet, you eventually will be! Why can't Facebook let its users choose their page layout? Why is Timeline enforced on hundreds of millions of users? What is Timeline -- a perfect way to present one's biography or a way to get to know the dirty laundry of someone who hasn't cleaned his/her page yet? Does Facebook violate people's privacy, and should anyone who chooses to register on the website put up with any Facebook's initiative? CT-ing with Roman Karachinsky, Anita Ramasastry and Terry Carney.


Sunday, 15 April 2012

Punjabi classes in schools?

KUALA LUMPUR: THE government is prepared to consider the teaching of Punjabi language in schools if there is a request for it and there are enough students for the lesson, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Unrealistic to expect Iran to stop uranium enrichment

Six major world powers and Iran are holding talks in Turkey about ways to remove suspicion that Tehran's nuclear programme has a military dimension. Discussions have resumed after a 15-month break with the previous round ending in stalemate.

Sinking of the Titanic: A look back at the great ship

As the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking nears, the world prepares to remember one of the most devastating maritime disasters in history.

Two MRT packages to be announced soon

SUNGAI BULOH: Two construction packages for a viaduct guideway under the nation's biggest infrastructure project, the Klang Valley My Rapid Transit (KVMRT), are expected to be announced soon.

Iran ready to take extra steps

A political analyst says Iran will take extra steps over its nuclear energy program if the Western powers shift their position, Press TV reports. "If they recognize Iran's rights, then obviously the Iranians will change their attitude and work and develop ways in which the greatest trust can be developed," professor of Tehran University Mohammad Marandi said in an exclusive interview with Press TV. He also criticized the West for adopting harsh policies against the Islamic Republic.

Thursday, 12 April 2012

New dinosaur 'proves' evolution into birds

A dinosaur discovered in Patagonia has been called the 'missing link' between the ancient creatures and modern birds. Report by Sam Datta-Paulin.

Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS

Time lapse sequences of photographs taken with a special low-light 4K-camera by the crew of expedition 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from August to October, 2011. All credit goes to them.

Court rejects judicial review bid by Gebeng residents

The Kuala Lumpur High Court has rejected the leave application for a judicial review against the Atomic Energy Licensing Board's (AELB) approval of a temporary operating licence to Lynas Corporation to operate a rare earth refinery.

Questions in China over Briton murder probe

His death has placed British businessman Neil Heywood at the heart of a Chinese political scandal with the wife of a senior politician named as a suspect in his murder. British businessman Neil Heywood's death in China last year has placed him posthumously at the centre of a Chinese political scandal after the wife of a disgraced politician was named as a suspect in a murder investigation into his possible killing.

Panama: Village of the damned

Panama's government says huge new hydroelectric dam projects are vital for economic growth. Big business is cashing in, but for the indigenous Ngabe people - whose homes are vanishing under water - it is a catastrophe. Now they are fighting back.