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National flag is not just a piece of cloth

Exclusive report by Anis Nabilla Md Wazilah dan Fauziah Hasan

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9  -- The flag is not just a piece of cloth which is hung or hoisted as decoration, but with its colours and symbols, it represents the sovereignty, honour and dignity of a nation.

Ferns N Petals starts round-the-clock delivery services in Singapore

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9  -- Ferns N Petals has begun 24-hour delivery services in Singapore, aiming to provide convenience to customers as they can now send gifts to loved ones in an effortless manner whenever they want.

S Korea to ban foreign tourists from getting driver's license

SEOUL, Dec 9 -- Short-term foreign visitors will soon be barred from applying for a South Korean driver's license, as a revision of a relevant local law is imminent, reported Yonhap News Agency, quoting police on Monday.

DPIM seals agreement to strengthen halal industry training

By Nurfardlina Izzati Moktar

PORT DICKSON, Dec 9 -- The Malaysian Islamic Chamber of Commerce (DPIM) has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Gae Resources Sdn Bhd (GRSB), better known as the Halal Academy to strengthen the online halal industry training program for entrepreneurs.

Death toll in western Uganda flash floods rises to 17

KAMPALA, Dec 9 -- The death toll in the western Uganda flash floods has risen to 17, police said Sunday.

Peruvian authorities arrest 27 army members for fuel theft

LIMA, Dec 9 -- Peruvian authorities have arrested 27 members of the military, including high-ranking officials, on suspicion of stealing fuel between 2013 and 2018, Xinhua news agency reported, quoting local media on Sunday.

Sanna Marin wins Social Democrats' backing to be Finland's youngest PM

HELSINKI, Dec 9 -- Finland's Social Democratic Party (SDP), one of the five parties that form the coalition government, on Sunday picked 34-year-old Sanna Marin to be the country's youngest prime minister, Xinhua news agency reported.