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US foes delight in criticising US as protests flare | New Straits Times

WASHINGTON: With US cities in flames over outrage about police brutality, nations that are usually on the receiving end of Washington’s criticism on human rights are gleefully turning the tables.

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NSTworld ' Racism against ethnic minorities in the US is a chronic disease of American society,' Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said. GeorgeFlyod BlackLivesMatter ICantBreathe

WASHINGTON: With US cities in flames over outrage about police brutality, nations that are usually on the receiving end of Washington’s criticism on human rights are gleefully turning the tables.

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FreeUyghurs Chinese can talk! said by the country who put Muslim minority in camp and burning down churches Another one senkong his roti!!!

57 new Covid-19 cases | New Straits TimesPUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry registered 57 new cases of Covid-19 as of noon today, bringing the tally of infections in the country to 7,819.

Three new Covid-19 clusters detected in Pahang | New Straits TimesPUTRAJAYA: Three new Covid-19 clusters have been detected in Pahang, involving 15 foreign workers, said Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

We need new socio economic model | New Straits TimesNSTopinion The aspirations will raise our hopes and expectations for better economic growth, fairer income distribution and higher human welfare, for all Malaysians, regardless of race!

Vietnam on alert for new DIV1 virus | New Straits TimesNSTregion DIV1 virus was first detected in 2014 in samples of red claw crayfish in China 's Fujian province. Vietnam shrimp seafood

Husaini Omar appointed new CEO of MQA | New Straits TimesThe Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) has appointed Professor Datuk Dr Husaini Omar as its new chief executive officer effective today, according to a statement from the agency.

It would be good for new Kedah MB to reset priorities | New Straits TimesPas leader, Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor, took his oath as the state’s new menteri besar on May 18, succeeding Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir.