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Thousands stranded at Ipoh airport due to haze
PETALING JAYA - More than a thousand air travellers were left stranded at the Sultan Azlan Shah (LTSAS) airport in Ipoh, Perak, as flights were cancelled due to the worsening haze blanketing the east ...
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Thousands stranded at Ipoh airport
PETALING JAYA: More than a thousand air travellers were left stranded at the Sultan Azlan Shah (LTSAS) airport in Ipoh, Perak, as flights were cancelled due to the...
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Jais raids Shia Muslim event at Gombak, arrests 23
PETALING JAYA: Twenty-three people, including women and children, were arrested by Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) officers at a Shia centre at Gombak last night.
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Woman found stuffed in suitcase in Shah Alam was a restaurant manager
SHAH ALAM: Police have identified the body of a woman stuffed in a brown luggage bag in a drain on Persiaran Kuala Selangor, Section 27, here on Monday as Tan Siew Mee.
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IGP: Don't twist my statement on Opposition trying to weaken ruling party
PUTRAJAYA: Attempts to weaken the winning party in an election are normal, says the Inspector-General of Police.
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DPP source: Paul Yong may be charged on Aug 23
IPOH: Perak executive council member Paul Yong Choo Kiong, who was alleged to have raped his Indonesian maid, could be charged in court on Friday (Aug 23).
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Ikatan slams Syed Saddiq over 'political appointments' in Youth Ministry
PETALING JAYA: The recent appointment of 13 new officers in the Youth and Sports Ministry is a politically motivated move by its minister, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, to garner support ahead of party polls, says Parti Ikatan Malaysia's (Ikatan) Youth wing.
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Huawei dismisses new suspension of ‘unjust’ US ban
BEIJING, Aug 20 — Huawei today dismissed Washington’s three-month delay to a ban on US firms selling to the Chinese tech giant and said the decision would not change the fact it had been “treate...
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Huawei calls for end of US restrictions, blacklist
HUAWEI Technologies Co said it opposed Washington's decision to add another 46 of its affiliates to an export blacklist and called on the US government to put an end to unjust treatment to the company.
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Disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself in jail - source
US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein took his own life overnight in a lower Manhattan jail cell where he was being held without bail on federal sex-trafficking charges, a source said on Saturday, adding tha...
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Memo ‘barring praying’: Police takes statement from company
Police have called in a member from the management of a Klang-based company alleged to have issued a memo barring staff from praying during working hours.
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Celebrity DJ Tenashar arrested twice in three days - in Johor, then Singapore
SINGAPORE (ANN): Celebrity DJ Tenashar has been arrested twice in the space of three days - for drug offences in Johor, then trespass and drug-related offences in Singapore.
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Speaker to punish MPs who fail to declare assets
PETALING JAYA: The Speaker will mete out punishments to MPs if they fail to declare their assets should Parliament pass the special motion to make it compulsory for all lawmakers to declare their assets to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
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‘Owner built walls on his own’
GEORGE TOWN: The owner of a resort along Jalan Batu Ferringhi may have been building walls on his own to prevent soil erosion for some time before a landslide struck, killing four foreign workers.
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8 more Johor schools affected by suspected air pollution in Pasir Gudang
JOHOR BAHRU: Eight more schools were reported to have been affected by the suspected air pollution incident in Pasir Gudang early Monday (Jun 24) morning.
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Attempts to bring back Zahid to lead Umno not good, says Tebrau chief
JOHOR BARU, May 20 — Attempts to bring back Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to lead Umno as president are not good for the party, which seems to be just recovering, said Tebrau Umno division chief Dat...
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Sandakan hopefuls express optimism ahead of May 11 polls
SANDAKAN: Candidates eying to be the next Sandakan MP have expressed optimism as campaigning for the May 11 polls comes to a close.
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WCE unlikely to be ready before Raya
PETALING JAYA: The West Coast Expressway (WCE) is unlikely to be ready for use during the balik kampung rush this Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
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WEC unlikely to be ready before Raya
PETALING JAYA: The West Coast Expressway (WCE) is unlikely to be ready for use during the balik kampung rush this Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
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With 4 days left, PBS urges cops to return banner
SANDAKAN POLLS | PBS has urged the police to return a confiscated banner before polling day on Saturday.
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Kanowit PKR engages legal team to help 50 hawkers left in the lurch after goods confiscated
SIBU: Kanowit PKR has engaged a team to provide legal advice team to 50 native hawkers who had their goods confiscated by the Kanowit District Council (KDC) on Thursday (May 2) for defying an order to relocate from the multi-purpose market to new premises in Jalan Bungalow here.
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Medical Council at fault too
THE shocking revelation that a large number of “floating contract medical officers” are in limbo between being housemen and medical officers is not surprising, “No placements for housemen” (Th...
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Villagers cry foul over alleged pollution from battery plant
BANTING: Villagers near Hulu Langat, Selangor, are up in arms over high pollution levels allegedly caused by a nearby lead-acid battery manufacturing plant.
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Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram face worldwide outage
PETALING JAYA: The Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram social media platforms appear to be facing a worldwide outage, driving local users to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
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Brazil rejects UN appeal not to revise history by denying 1964 military coup
The government of Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has rejected an appeal by a United Nations expert not to revise Brazilian history by denying a military coup occurred in 1964.
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PAC should be headed by an opposition MP, says Sarawak DAP
KUCHING: A Sarawak DAP leader today agreed that the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) should be headed by an opposition MP.
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Brahim’s lapses into PN17 status
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 28): Main Market-listed Brahim’s Holdings Bhd (BHB) has lapsed into Practice Note 17 (PN17) status, after its shareholder equity fell below the 25% threshold.
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Drug addicts pretend to look pious
KEPALA BATAS: Attempts by a group of 15 drug addicts to look pious by wearing skullcaps, did not fool the police who raided them in an operation in Kampung Bakau Tua, Kuala Muda here.
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In Semenyih, can Pakatan win over Malay voters as BN ramps up race rhetoric?
COMMENTARY, Feb 24 — The weather is hot and humid in this town and so is the “political climate” as both Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Barisan Nasional (BN) are fighting tooth and nail to claim the s...
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US dollar sags on lower yields, Fed minutes in focus
TOKYO, Feb 20 — The US dollar sagged against its peers today in the wake of falling US yields and as investors remained cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting minutes due later in th...
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KL minister in hot water over his 'fake degree'
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's Deputy Foreign Minister was urged to resign yesterday following allegations that he lied about having a degree from Cambridge University, with an opposition lawmaker accusi...
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Malaysia deputy foreign minister Marzuki's alma mater has 'fashion model' faculty members, dead email addresses
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Suspicions continue to be raised over the dubious US-based Cambridge International University from which Malaysian Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Ya...
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The ‘other Cambridge’: Faculty photo taken from Russian dating site, dead email addresses
PETALING JAYA: Suspicions continue to be raised over the dubious US-based Cambridge International University from which Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya obtained his degree in business administration.
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2 women die in KL market stampede for free food coupons
KUALA LUMPUR • A stampede in a Malaysian market that killed two elderly women as people rushed to collect free food coupons will be investigated by police, an official said yesterday.
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Malaysia probes deadly market stampede
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - A stampede in a Malaysian market that killed two elderly women as people rushed to collect free food coupons will be investigated by police, an official said on Tuesday (Jan 29).
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Microsoft’s Bing search engine inaccessible in China
Microsoft’s Bing search engine was inaccessible in China on Jan 24, with social media users fearing it could be the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors.
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M’sian declared brain-dead in racist attack
PETALING JAYA: A 60-year old Malaysian restaurant owner in New York was apparently left brain dead during a senseless attack blamed on racialism.
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