NSTopinion A year later, all is quiet. While not quite stillborn, the accords have shown no life. The people who signed the document on behalf of Israel and the US are no longer in office.
This year-old accords seek to establish diplomatic relations between Muslim nations with Israel at the expense of Palestine.
Khairy: SOPs will be tightened for Sarawak election after country records first Omicron case
PETALING JAYA: In light of the Omicron variant detected in Malaysia, the Health Ministry will tighten the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the Sarawak election.
Under Israel's blockade, Gaza fishermen struggle for a catch | New Straits TimesGAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories: Crashing through the Mediterranean waves at sunset, Palestinian fisherman Mohammed al-Nahal leads a convoy of rickety boats out for another risky night under the Israel i blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Big kahuna Belgium in Malaysia's way | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Belgium are the emerging big kahuna in world hockey, and they are in Malaysia’s way at the Junior World Cup (JWC) in Bhubaneswar, India, on Nov 24-Dec 5.
Cambodia lifts flight ban from Malaysia | New Straits TimesNSTregion CAMBODIA lifted its 15-month flight ban from Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia on Saturday as the country continues its roadmap towards living with Covid-19.
Rakyat benefits from social programmes in Iskandar Malaysia | New Straits TimesISKANDAR PUTERI: Some RM25 million were allocated by the government via social development initiatives and programmes within Iskandar Malaysia, aimed at benefiting the grassroots and vulnerable group affected by Covid-19 and the Movement Control Order (MCO) since January.
Covid-19: 5,828 new infections | New Straits TimesNSTnation Meanwhile, Dr Noor Hisham said as of Oct 22, the national infectivity rate (Rt) stood at 0.87.Kuala Lumpur had the highest Rt at 1.02, followed by Negri Sembilan at 0.98. JagaSOP kitajagakita getvaccinated ReopeningSafely
Covid-19: 5,666 new cases | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia recorded 5,666 new Covid-19 infections as of noon today.