NSTworld Canada is pressing terrorism charges against a man accused of mowing down a Muslim family with a pickup truck, prosecutors said Monday, in an attack denounced as terrorist by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
OTTAWA: Canada is pressing terrorism charges against a man accused of mowing down a Muslim family with a pickup truck, prosecutors said Monday, in an attack denounced as 'terrorist' by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Singapore got Pfizer vaccine quicker because Temasek Holdings had a stake in BioNTech, says KJ
KUALA LUMPUR: Among the reasons why Singapore was ahead of Malaysia in procuring Covid-19 vaccines was because Temasek Holdings and other investors had invested US$250mil (RM1.06bil) into German biotech company BioNTech, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
Pengusaha restoran Muslim mahu moratorium automatik, lapor media | The Malaysian InsightHampir 5,000 ahli persatuannya boleh gulung tikar jika bantuan tidak diberikan sepanjang sekatan pergerakan penuh dikuatkuasakan.
Muslim restaurant owners want automatic loan moratorium, says report | The Malaysian InsightNearly 5,000 restaurant operators risk going bankrupt if no prompt assistance given. Auto Moratorium + i-sinar 2.0 + i-lestari 2.0 Tetiba. Restoran boleh jalan..
Ardern says NZ mosque attack film should focus on Muslim community not herThis is very raw event for NZ, even more for community that experienced it - Ardern.
Canadian man accused of murdering Muslim family to face terror chargesA nine-year-old boy - the sole survivor of the attack - was released from the hospital on Monday.
Suspect charged with terrorism for truck attack on Canada Muslims | Malay MailOTTAWA, June 15 ― Canada is pressing terrorism charges against a man accused of mowing down a Muslim family with a pickup truck, prosecutors said yesterday, in an attack denounced as “terrorist” by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Four members of the Afzaal family ― a man and his wife, their... Just imagine if a muslim is driving the truck. **chuckles**
US, Canada set to discuss lifting of border restrictions, say sources | Malay MailWASHINGTON, June 15 ― US and Canadian officials are set to meet yesterday to discuss how to eventually lift pandemic-related border restrictions between the two countries, but no immediate action is expected, sources briefed on the matter told Reuters yesterday. US and Canadian business leaders... O great news. Let us spread it far and wide. Hurrah