Family influence no guarantee of success, analysts say on defeat of Umno scions
They say that political parties in general appear more concerned with individual character than family lineage.
US jury finds lawyer guilty of killing family in drama that captivated nation
Murdaugh, was determined to have killed his son Paul with a shotgun and his wife Maggie with the assault rifle Paul used for hunting wild pigs on the family's sprawling property.
My daughter is qualified, says Anwar on Nurul Izzah's appointment as his senior adviser
The PM says he himself served as finance minister without a related background.
A visit to the zoo
While the crowds are back, Zoo Negara shows the wear and tear from the years as well as the pandemic.
RM70 billion in frozen Muslim family assets, a casualty of Malaysia's complex inheritance laws?
The colossal sum brings to light a problem faced by many Muslim families regarding the bureaucracy surrounding the Islamic laws of inheritance.
One year on, Afghan family still divided after daughter fled, mother stayed
Although there are no accurate estimates, thousands of Afghans fled the country in the chaotic days that followed the hardline Islamist Taliban's military conquest.
The high price of a Sri Lankan family's bid to flee crisis
Data from Sri Lanka's navy shows almost 1,000 people, many of them children, have been intercepted in Sri Lankan waters attempting to flee the country in the last three months.
Birthday girl flees as Ukraine pushes back at Russia
Despite claims by Kyiv's mayor that Ukraine had retaken most of Irpin from Russian forces, the battle is still raging, sending smoke plumes into the sky.
Ukrainian mother shielded baby from blast as civilian toll mounts
Ukrainian authorities say at least 60 civilians have been killed in Kyiv since Russia launched what it calls a 'special military operation' on Feb 24, several in missile strikes on residential buildings.
NZ to allow Ukrainian-New Zealanders to sponsor family
New Zealand says it will extend visas held by Ukrainians currently living in New Zealand and also open its borders, currently closed to all non-New Zealanders or New Zealand residents, to Ukrainians with valid visas.
War forces Kyiv mums to raise kids deep underground
Many of Kyiv's fathers have joined the army or territorial defence forces, leaving thousands of women to raise young children alone, and some of them spend their nights more than 70 metres under the city's streets.
China extends maternity leave to boost births
The issue has attracted widespread discussion online, with some people expressing concern it could make companies think twice about hiring women.