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Three charred victims in Bera accident identified
TEMERLOH: The identities of three victims who were burnt in an early morning accident on August 20 near a petrol station in Triang, Bera near here have finally been verified.
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Police confirm identities of three burnt beyond recognition in Bera horror crash on Aug 20
TEMERLOH, Sept 13 — The identities of three victims who were burnt in an early morning accident on August 20 near a petrol station in Triang, Bera near here have finally been verified.
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Charity head says her worst fears came true with anti-Shia blitz
PETALING JAYA: Natasha was watching a movie at her home in London on Sept 9 when her phone rang.
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MB renews support for Selangor’s crackdown against Shias
KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari has renewed his support for an ongoing crackdown against Shias in the state, which saw the arrest of foreign Muslims practising the second largest b...
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More arrested in raids on private Syiah functions
Authorities are continuing the clampdown on followers of Syiah Islam, with more foreign nationals arrested last night in raids on private functions held in Johor and Selangor.
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More foreigners arrested in fresh raids on private Shia functions in Johor, Selangor
PETALING JAYA: Police in Johor and Selangor raided private functions by Shia Muslims last night, arresting foreigners in a continuing crackdown against followers of the second largest Islamic branch d...
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Kelantan Immigration receives 97 applications for ‘Back For Good’ programme
BACHOK: The Malaysian Immigration Department in Kelantan has received 97 applications from foreigners for the “Back for Good” programme introduced on Aug 1 and aimed at providing an opportunity to...
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Tanjung Bungah landslide a man-made tragedy, says Commission of Inquiry
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 28): The findings of the Commission of inquiry on the massive landslide near the construction site in Lengkok Lembah Permai, Tanjung Bungah two years ago, show that the slope failure ...
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Tanjung Bungah landslide a man-made tragedy, says Commission of Inquiry
GEORGE TOWN: The findings of the Commission of inquiry on the massive landslide near the construction site in Lengkok Lembah Permai, Tanjung Bungah two years ago, show that the slope failure was a man...
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Body of Pakistani man feared drowned found off Tanjung Rhu beach
LANGKAWI: The body of a Pakistani man feared drowned while bathing at Tanjung Rhu beach here around 8.00pm yesterday was found late this afternoon.
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Bitcoin pioneer skeptical of the latest Satoshi Nakamoto
Jeff Garzik used to exchange emails with Satoshi Nakamoto before the anonymous creator of Bitcoin disappeared years ago. He doubts Satoshi has resurfaced again.
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Taliban say killing of leader's brother will not derail US talks
Afghan Taliban officials said on Saturday the killing of the brother of their leader in a bomb attack would not derail talks with the United States aimed at securing the withdrawal of US troops after ...
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Pakistani bus app Airlift raises $2.2m to expand to more urban centers
Pakistani mobility startup Airlift Technologies has raised over US$2.2 million in seed funding from Fatima Ventures and Gobi Partners through their Techxila Fund I and Indus Valley Capital.
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Police on hunt for Pakistani man who stabbed ex-wife
KUALA KRAI: The police are looking for a Pakistani national in his 50s who is suspected to have stabbed his ex-wife with a golok (curved dagger) here on Aug 1.
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Perak immigration detains 21 foreigners in integrated operation
IPOH: Immigration officers in Perak arrested 21 foreigners in an integrated operation at several locations around the city of Ipoh yesterday.
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Thousands flee Kashmir after militant attack alert; India says it killed militants
Thousands of Indian tourists, pilgrims and workers began leaving the disputed region of Kashmir after a local government alert over possible militant attacks, and India said it killed at least five mi...
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Pakistani reporter in neck-deep floodwaters goes viral
A video clip of a Pakistani reporter speaking in neck-deep floodwaters has gone viral.Azadar Hussain, who works for local channel GTV News, had only his head and microphone above water as he re...
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Pakistan lauds Muslim renaissance initiative by Dr M
KARACHI: Pakistan has welcomed an emphasis by the Turkish Presi­dent and the Malaysian Prime Minister to initiate a Muslim renaissance with the cooperation of the three countries, Turkey’s Anadolu Agency reported.“Heartily welcome PM @chedet­official and President @RTErdogan emphasis on Malaysia, Turkey and Pakistan working together to initiate a Muslim renaissance and unite the Muslim world,” Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in a tweet.During a joint press conference with Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Ankara on Thursday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said solidarity between Turkey, Malaysia and Pakistan is necessary for unity in the Islamic world.
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Anwar says move on, and 5 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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United tops profit estimates as MAX woes prompt higher fares
NEW YORK: United Airlines Holdings Inc on Tuesday reported a bigger-than-expected increase in second-quarter profit, driven by strong air travel demand and the ability to charge more for seats after the grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX reduced capacity.
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Chief Justice heads honours list
GEORGE TOWN: Chief Justice Dat­uk Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat heads the honours list to mark the 81st birthday of Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas today.
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Police raid entertainment outlet, detain 25 Thai women
GEORGE TOWN: A police team from the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) detained 25 Thai women exhibiting themselves on stage at an entertainment centre here Tuesday night.
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25 Thai women picked up for working at Penang entertainment outlet
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): A police team from the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) detained 25 Thai women exhibiting themselves on stage at an entertainment centre here on Tuesday night (July 9).
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What happened to 2017 inquiry, group asks after latest Penang landslide
GEORGE TOWN: A group critical of the DAP-led Penang government today questioned the absence of any update from a commission of inquiry formed by the state in the wake of a deadly landslide two years a...
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Fertiliser ring crippled
GURUN: A syndicate has been convincing padi farmers for years to sell their government-subsidised fertiliser, instead of using it to improve their rice yields.
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Subsidised fertiliser worth RM100,000 seized
YAN: A total of 96,000kg of subsidised fertiliser worth RM100,000, believed to have been misappropriated, was seized in a raid on an illegal warehouse in Jalan Sedaka near here today.
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Illegal fertiliser repacking syndicate crippled
Enforcement officers from the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry raided an illegal subsidized fertilizer repacking factory in Guar Chempedak, Gurun and seized various types of chemical ferti...
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4 dead, 1 blind after drinking illicit liquor in Johor
JOHOR BARU - At least four people have died and another has gone blind after consuming illicit liquor in the state.
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Four dead, one blind after drinking illicit liquor
JOHOR BARU: At least four people have died and another has gone blind after consuming illicit liquor in the state.
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Kingfisher Beer owners deny beverages caused deaths of quartet in Johor
KUALA LUMPUR, June 18 — The parent company of Kingfisher Beer said today the rumour that its beverages had caused the death of construction workers in Johor was baseless.
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Four die after drinking illicit liquor in Johor
JOHOR BARU: At least four people have died and another blinded after consuming illicit liquor in the state.
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130 foreign nationals detained in Kajang, Puchong
KAJANG: A total of 130 foreign nationals were detained for various offences in an Integrated Operation by the Immigration Department in Kajang and Puchong, last night.
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130 foreign nationals held in 4-hour operation
KAJANG: A total of 130 foreign nationals were detained for various offences in an operation by the Immigration Department in Kajang and Puchong last night.
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Immigration Dept detain 130 foreign nationals for various offences
KAJANG, June 15 — A total of 130 foreign nationals were detained for various offences in an Integrated Operation by the Immigration Department in Kajang and Puchong, last night.
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Stop inciting hatred among races on social media, Sabah cops warn public
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have warned the public against making hateful comments on social media with the intention of inciting hatred between locals and foreigners over two recent cases in the stat...
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12 held over fighting incidents in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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12 held following two separate brawls in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, June 13 — Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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Those inciting hatred, racial tension will be hauled up, warns Sabah top cop
KOTA KINABALU: Those inciting hatred and causing racial tension in Sabah will be hauled up and investigated, says state police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Three bogus cops nabbed for robbery
KEPALA BATAS: Police arrested three bogus policemen who preyed on victims along the beachfront in Bagan Ajam and on the Butterworth Outer Ring Road here.
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Three men detained for impersonating policemen, robbery
KEPALA BATAS: Police detained three men yesterday for impersonating policemen before robbing four victims in three separate incidents around North Seberang Perai, in less than 24 hours.
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Three fake cops detained after 24-hour robbery spree in Seberang Perai
KEPALA BATAS, June 11 — Police detained three men yesterday for impersonating policemen before robbing four victims in three separate incidents around North Seberang Perai, in less than 24 hours.
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Immigration nabs 16 illegals at shopping complex
KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department detained 16 illegal immigrants during an integrated operation at one of the capital’s well-known shopping malls yesterday.
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Immigration Dept detains 16 illegals at shopping complex
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Immigration Department detained 16 illegal immigrants during an integrated operation at one of the capital's well-known shopping malls on Saturday (June 8).
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16 illegal foreign workers, employers detained at KL shopping mall
KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — The Immigration Department detained 16 illegal immigrants during an integrated operation at one of the capital’s well-known shopping malls yesterday.Its director-general Dat...
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Duo held over assault of tenant couple in KK
KOTA KINABALU: Police have arrested the two main suspects involved in the assault of a married couple in front of a shop at the Api-Api Centre here.
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Cops nab 2 over violent attack on Pakistani man and wife in KK
KOTA KINABALU: City police have arrested two men who were captured on video attacking a Pakistani shop owner and his local wife near their shop here.
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Cops nab suspects over Kota Kinabalu couple assault
KOTA KINABALU, June 6 — Police have arrested the two main suspects of an assault case in which a married couple was beaten up in front of shop at the Api-Api Centre here, an incident that was caught...
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Cops nab suspects over Kota Kinabalu couple assault
KOTA KINABALU: Police have arrested the two main suspects of an assault case in which a married couple was beaten up in front of shop at the Api-Api Centre here, an incident that was caught on camera ...
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Pakistani businessman, two others bashed up over misunderstanding in KK
KOTA KINABALU: Three people were badly beaten up recently by a group of people over a misunderstanding on rental payment here.
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Customs cripple syndicate smuggling liquors worth RM1.8m
PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysian Customs Department have thwarted an attempt to smuggle in 60,000 litres of various brands of liquors worth about RM1.8 million after inspecting two containers at Por...
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Raya cheer for Pakistani prisoners in Malaysia after PM Khan’s intervention
PETALING JAYA: A total of 315 Pakistani prisoners completing their jail terms in Malaysia will be able to go home in time for Hari Raya, after earlier fearing they would be stranded in the country.
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320 Pakistani nationals to be repatriated via special aircraft tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR: Some 320 Pakistani nationals who are currently detained in Malaysia are scheduled to be repatriated tomorrow (May 29) via a special chartered flight arranged by the Pakistani government.
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Man charged with murder of nurse
SEPANG: A Nigerian man was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here with the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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Nigerian man charged with Siti Kharina’s murder
SEPANG: A Nigerian man was charged in the magistrate’s court here today with the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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Nigerian man charged with murder of nurse Siti Kharina
A 36-year-old Nigerian man was charged with the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, at the Sepang Magistrates’ Court on Monday.No plea was recorded from the accus...
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Nigerian suspect to be charged with murder of nurse
PETALING JAYA: The Nigerian suspect implicated in the murder of nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin will be charged on Monday (May 27).
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Cops conclude probe on murder of nurse, submit findings to DPP
SEPANG: Police have concluded their investigations into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, and have referred to prosecutors to initiate charges against one of t...
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Pakistan and India PMs tweet for peace after Modi delivers victory speech
The Pakistani and Indian prime ministers exchanged messages via Twitter on Thursday hoping for peace, after Narendra Modi returned to power in New Delhi in an election fought in the wake of confrontat...
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Cops complete probe into nurse’s murder
SEPANG: Police have concluded their investigations into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, and have referred the case to prosecutors to initiate charges against...
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Malaysian officials go undercover to spy on non-fasting Muslims
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysian officials are disguising themselves as cooks and waiters in an attempt to catch Muslims who do not fast during Ramadan, with a rights group yesterday blasting the "disgracef...
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Serdang nurse murder: Police complete probe, await prosecutors’ decision
SEPANG, May 23 —  Police have concluded its investigations into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, and have referred to prosecutors to initiate charges again...
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Nurse murder case: Court extends Nigerian’s remand
SEPANG, May 23 — The Magistrate’s Court here today extended the remand on a Nigerian man for seven days until May 30 to facilitate investigations into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister...
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Council denies conducting ops to nab fast-breakers
The Segamat Municipal Council (MPS) has denied reports that its officers are going undercover as cooks and waiters to nab Muslims caught eating during the fasting month.
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Malaysian officials go undercover to spy on fasting Muslims
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Malaysian officials are disguising themselves as cooks and waiters to catch Muslims who don't fast during Ramadan, with a rights group Thursday (May 23) blasting the "disgraceful ...
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Now, Segamat municipal council denies clandestine op to catch non-fasting Muslims
KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 — The Segamat Municipal Council (MPS) has today denied reports of its officers disguising themselves as food stall operators, cooks and waiters in a special operation to catch M...
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Council officers to go undercover as 'cooks' and 'waiters' to nab fast-breakers
Enforcement officers with added skills in the kitchen are among those recruited by the Segamat Municipal Council as undercover operatives to nab Muslims caught eating, especially at food stalls throug...
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Remand extended for suspects in murder of nurse
KUALA LUMPUR: The remand order for the Nigerian woman and Pakistani man believed to be involved in the murder of Serdang Hospital’s head nurse, Siti Kharina Kamarudin, has been extended for a week u...
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Segamat council officers go undercover as cooks, secretly photograph non-fasting Muslims
KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 — Segamat Municipal Council (MPS) officers are disguising themselves as food stall operators, cooks and waiters in a bid to catch Muslims who do not fast during Ramadan.
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Remand extended for two suspects in Serdang nurse murder case
KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 — The remand order for the Nigerian woman and Pakistani man believed to be involved in the murder of Serdang Hospital’s head nurse, Siti Kharina Kamarudin, has been extended f...
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Remand extended for two suspects in nurse's murder
PETALING JAYA; The remand orders for two suspects implicated in the murder of nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin have been extended.
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Convert has no problems living with parents
PASIR GUDANG: Blood is thicker than water for Azura Tan, whose bond with her parents continues to be strong despite them practising different faiths.
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Nigerian suspect in killing of nurse had overstayed, say cops
KUALA LUMPUR: A Nigerian man who has been been remanded to assist in the investigation into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Khairuddin has told police he knew the victi...
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Nurse murder case: Nigerian suspect entered Malaysia using tourist pass, say police
KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 — A Nigerian man who has been been remanded to assist in the investigation into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Khairuddin, said he knew the vict...
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Nigerian suspect in nurse murder case entered Malaysia using tourist pass
KUALA LUMPUR: A Nigerian man who has been been remanded to assist in the investigation into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Khairuddin, said he knew the victim through ...
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Police investigating murder victim Siti Kharina’s ties with suspects
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are still trying to establish the relationships between Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin and the three suspects arrested for her murder.
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Cops probing murdered nurse’s ties with 3 foreigners
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are trying to establish the relationship between Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin and the three suspects arrested for her murder.
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In murder probe, cops looking into how well suspects knew nurse
KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 ― Police are still trying to establish the relationships between Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin and the three suspects arrested for her murder.
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Main suspect in nurse’s murder remanded for a week
SEPANG: A Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days in connection with the murder of Serdang Hospital’s nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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Nurse died from slash wounds on neck: Police
KUALA LUMPUR: The police today said that Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, who was believed to have been murdered, died due to slash wounds on her neck.
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Nursing sister murder: Nigerian man remanded for seven days
SEPANG: A Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days from today to assist in the investigation into the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Khairuddin, who was found dead at...
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Key suspect in nurse’s murder remanded for seven days
A Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days to assist with the investigation into the murder of Serdang hospital nursing sister, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamaruddin.The 30-year-old is believed to be the ...
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Nigerian remanded 7 days over nurse’s murder
SEPANG: A Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days from today to assist in the investigation into the murder of Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Khairuddin, who was found dead at a condom...
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Nigerian suspected of murdering nurse under seven-day remand
KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — Police today obtained a seven-day court order to hold a Nigerian man believed to be the main suspect in the attack and death of Serdang Hospital head nurse Siti Kharina Mohd K...
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Nigerian man remanded seven days in nurse murder case
SEPANG: A 36-year-old Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days in connection with the murder of Serdang Hospital's nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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Three held over murder of nurse
SHAH ALAM: Three foreigners have been detained in connection with the murder of Serdang Hospital’s nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, 40, at a condominium in Cyberjaya.
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Police nab 3rd suspect in Siti Kharina murder
KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor police have arrested the third suspect wanted in connection with the murder of Serdang Hospital nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, who was reported missing earlier.
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Siti Kharina’s remains laid to rest after Isyak
KUALA PILAH, May 16 — The remains of a nursing sister at Serdang Hospital, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin was buried at the Kampung Tengah Muslim Cemetery, Seri Menanti, near here, tonight at 9pm.
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Missing nurse found dead, three foreigners arrested (Updated)
SHAH ALAM: A 40-year-old nursing supervisor who was reported missing after failing to return home a week ago was found murdered in an apartment at Cyberjaya on Wednesday.
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Nigerian suspect detained in murdered nurse case
Police have detained the third suspect in the murder of Serdang hospital nurse, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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On the run Nigerian suspect wanted for nurse’s murder caught
KUALA LUMPUR, May 16 — Police have arrested the remaining Nigerian suspect wanted in connection to the case of a missing nurse who was later found murdered at a condominium in Cyberjaya yesterday.
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Missing nurse found dead, two foreigners arrested
SHAH ALAM: A 40-year-old nursing supervisor who was reported missing after failing to return home a week ago was found murdered in an apartment unit at Cyberjaya on Wednesday.
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Missing nurse found murdered in Cyberjaya condo
KUALA LUMPUR, May 16 — A nurse who was practicing at the Serdang Hospital and recently reported missing, has been found allegedly murdered with her body being discovered with small slash wounds at a...
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Missing nurse found dead with slash wounds in Cyberjaya apartment
SHAH ALAM: The body of missing Serdang Hospital nurse Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin, 40, has been found inside an apartment in Cyberjaya.
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Air Kathira a Ramadan must-have
JOHOR BARU: Air kathira, a popular milk-based drink originating from west Asia, is a must-have during Ramadan here.
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Pakistan's ex-PM returns to jail after medical treatment
Pakistani former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif returned to prison on Wednesday to complete a sentence for corruption after being released on bail for six weeks to receive medical treatment, officials sa...
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Blast near shrine in Pakistan, nine dead, 24 injured
At least nine people were killed by a blast targeting a security checkpoint outside a major Sufi shrine in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore on Wednesday, officials said.The blast took place close...
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A worrying trend in Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: An estimated one in 20 potential hires in Malaysia has fake qualifications while one in 10 has credentials from unaccredited institutions, a corporate fraud investigation agency found.
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Proton exchanges documents for two deals in Beijing – Pakistan plant, RM1.88b loan for biz expansion
Proton exchanged documents with two separate parties in Beijing last week to help propel the company’s expansion plans.
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Proton to get RM1.8bil financing from China bank for local and regional expansion
KUALA LUMPUR: Proton has secured RM1.88bil in banking facilities from China Construction Bank to fund expansion around the region, it said in a statement late Friday.
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China puts gentler face on Belt and Road, hits back at critics
China sought to put a gentler face on its massive plan to recreate the old Silk Road at a summit that ended on Saturday, saying it must do more to explain the programme and boost sustainability even a...
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