Malaysia’s Mahathir fears corruption in general elections
Malaysian former premier Mahathir Mohamad on
Tuesday lashed the government as “weak” and said he feared that
vote-buying would be deployed to stem its losses in upcoming general
Kenya lawmaker slaying sparks further chaos
The slaying of a Kenyan opposition lawmaker
sparked mayhem Tuesday across the country already reeling from
spiralling violence set off by disputed elections a month ago.
Cyclone stikes Fiji, killing two, cutting power, water
A powerful cyclone pounded Fiji, killing two
electricity workers, causing widespread damage and cutting power and
water to the country’s main islands before moving out to sea
Tuesday, officials said.