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Zakir Naik (right) was grilled by Bukit Aman for nearly five hours on Saturday.
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The crocodile is believed to have attacked and dragged away the victim while the latter was trying to untangle a fishing net.
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Dr Mahathir (second right) is given a tour of AirAsia’s RedQ headquarters.
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Wan Azizah (centre) offers her condolences to the family of Nora Quoirin, after the teen’s body was found recently.
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Bomba personnel scour the jungles surround The Dusun Resort where Nora went missing.
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Some areas around Kuala Baram are still on fire, with Bomba and MMEA working to douse the flames.
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A Malaysian man has been praised for his altruism recently when a video documenting his courageous attempt to rescue a kitten was shared online.
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PETALING JAYA, Malaysia - The grieving family of Nora Anne Quoirin has paid tribute to the teenager, saying she had "truly touched the whole world".
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Members of the press anxiously await the announcement of the postmortem findings.
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State Deputy Police Chief SAC Che Zakaria Othman (second, left) speaking to the media at the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital (HTJ). Bernama Photo SEREMBAN: A team of pathologists performing autopsy of Nora An...
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Mahfuz sounds an air horn to flag off the ‘Jelajah Kerjaya Kenyalang’ yesterday.
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Hamden (third right) gives the thumbs up together with Len Talif (third left), Wan Lizozman (second right), Razaili (second left) and others as they pose at a photo-op spot at the carnival.
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The remains of Nora Anne who was reported missing while on vacation at a beach resort was taken to Tuanku Jaafar Hospital (HTJ) for an autopsy.
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Len Talif speaking to reporters after officiating the NTFP carnival.
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The situation in Kuala Baram as seen from the air shows smoke continue to steadily rise due to ongoing fires.
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A team of pathologists have begun conducting the autopsy on Nora’s body, in hopes of finding more clues to her disappearance and death.
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Fatimah (third right) is seen comforting David’s mother Teresa Hamlin before sending the family off for their flight.
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File photo of Razali during his appearance at court during a previous proceeding.
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Nora, 15, went missing on Aug 4, a day after checking into the resort with her London-based family.
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Photo shows the wrecked car at a section of Jalan Pujut-Miri. MIRI: A 28-year-old man succumbed to severe injuries sustained from an accident that occurred at Jalan Pujut-Miri around 4am yesterday.
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Raja Nazhatul giving a speech at the conference – Photo by Muhd Rais Sanusi Sasbadi Holdings Berhad managing director Law King Hui (left) exchanging MoU with Melta president Professor Ganakumaran S...
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Nora Quoirin, 15, disappeared a day after checking in to the Dusun Resort, about an hour from the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.
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Meabh Jaseprine Quoirin (centre) is offering a RM50,000 reward for any information about the missing teen’s whereabouts.
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Abdul Aziz fields questions from reporters.
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Hamzah (centre) speaks to the media.
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Abang Johari cutting the meat to mark the launching of the event.
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Tan presents prizes of the Green Runway champion to teachers and students of SK Jalan Ong Tiang Swee for their innovative costume design.
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A door knob wrapped with grass is believed to have been the cause of the fire.
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Weather conditions remain unfavourable in the area as the search for Nora Anne continues.
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Members of the elite VAT 69 team photographed during an anti-terrorism demonstration in 2017.
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Nora has been missing since Aug 4.
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Dr Mahathir received the Instafamous Inspiration Award from hurr.tv.
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Jokowi waves goodbye at KLIA as his two-day official visit comes to an end.
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The family members join Baru (seated, centre) during the press conference as they prepare to visit the site where the soldiers went missing once more.
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Dr Mahathir was seen driving a red Proton Persona as he took Jokowi out for lunch.
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Abdul Karim (centre) with others take a tour of the new Sarawak Museum.
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Jokowi touched down in Malaysia for a two-day working visit on Aug 8.
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Tan (second left) seen handing over a mock key to Lai (second right) in front of one of Biaramas’ Bus Asia express buses during the ceremony at Kuching Sentral yesterday.
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Ajidin (fourth left) presents a token of appreciation to Fatimah (sixth right).
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PETALING JAYA - Lost and alone in the jungle for two weeks, a ranger got through the ordeal by keeping calm and relying on what he had learnt from survival training.
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Dr Jerip (third right) with the recipients and other guests in a photocall.
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The illegal Bitcoin mining operation used 1,500 Amp of unmetered electricity, and should have been billed RM108,000 monthly.
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Teo said the second thing agreed on in today’s discussion was that students would not be evaluated for khat via examination next year.
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The man showing the police report.
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Deputy Negri Sembilan police chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Che Zakaria Othman (centre) holds up a poster of missing Irish teenager Nora Quoirin.
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Photo shows what is left of the wooden house and the storage unit.
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KUALA LUMPUR - The falling lift incident at a People's Housing Project (PPR) flats in Kampung Kerinchi, Pantai Dalam here, was a freak accident that should not have happened, says Federal Territories ...
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Abang Johari (center) prepares to launch the IEM Sarawak Engineering Week on a laptop while accompanied by Masing (second left), Haidel (second right) and David (right).
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Photo shows the car, which ran over a girl and her mother at the night market.
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The bus hit a safety rail on the left before skidding and plunging down from the bridge.
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Abang Johari (second left) presents the cheque to Dr Kalwinder.
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Abang Johari (third left) cutting the cake to officiate the ceremony while Cheng (left), organising chairman Sim Kiang Chiok (second left), Moh Khian (fourth left), Kui Hian (fifth left) and others lo...
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Bernama stressed that the website was not its and was intended to confuse the public.
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Haze envelopes downtown Kuala Terengganu.
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Photo shows the widely-known image of a hammerhead shark.
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Daim (right) shakes hands with Abang Johari during their meeting.
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Razali at the court house. Photo courtesy of FAS KUCHING: Former Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) secretary-general Razali Dolhan has been charged with three counts of criminal breach of trust b...
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The hydrogen-powered bus parks outside Menara SEDC after the ride.
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Contributed by Sabrina Bucknole Photo by chuttersnapon Unsplash.
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The Aruz, now the most popular sports utility vehicle (SUV) in Malaysia, sold 17,989 units between January and July this year.
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aja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah (right) visits the Cheras Rehabilitation Hospital (CRH). Bernama Photo KUALA LUMPUR: About 700,000 Malaysians suffer from functiona...
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Abang Johari speaking to reporters when met after the City Day celebration today.
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Abang Johari (centre), flanked by Wahap (second left) and Chan (second right) making their way to the hall for the City Day do.
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The hydrogen buses were spotted around the city today as they complete their trial runs until Aug 14.
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Farhah Batrisyia Abdul Rahim, Nur Amalina Diyana Azman and Nur Isyirah Zulkafli bagged a cash prize of KRW2000,000 (RM6,958.33). Bernama Photo KUALA LUMPUR: Three Malaysian students from Sekolah Bera...
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Patrick Liew (second left) shakes hands with Mukvinder after the signing.
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Acts of vandalism targeting fire hydrants is becoming a serious problem in the state, with 4,928 vandalised so far.
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Acts of vandalism targeting fire hydrants is becoming a serious problem in the state, with 4,928 vandalised so far.
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A lot of people think they’re prepared to buy a house, but when it’s time to apply for a mortgage or home loan to help pay for their dream homes, they find out that they aren’t quite ready yet.
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In a neighbourhood playground, a tent has been set up, the canopy overhead providing shelter from the blistering heat of the day.
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Local council and Department of Veterinary Services personnel making their rounds at the park.
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Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah was today officially installed as the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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The ceremony, involving members of the Malaysian Armed Forces, symbolises the pledge of loyalty of the national defence forces to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong as the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces...
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Only 12.2 per cent of parents use the screening software, while 62.4 per cent of them know about the application.
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Photo courtesy of Sarawak Forestry KUCHING: Sarawak Forestry today welcomed a new baby orangutan with a series of heart warming photos on its official Facebook page.
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Muhyiddin (left) is welcomed by Abang Johari during the courtesy call which was held at Wisma Bapa Malaysia today.
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Muhyiddin (second row, center) takes one for the album with those who received their letters and certificates of confirmation as Malaysian citizens.
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Muhyiddin (second row, center) takes one for the album with those who received their letters and certificates of confirmation as Malaysian citizens.
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Anwar (third right), Zuraida (third left) and Tian Chua (second left), Saifuddin (left), Ali (right) and Baru (second right) during the meeting last night.
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Baru giving his speech during the event – Photo by Muhammad Rais Sanusi.
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Chong addressing the crowd at the event.
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Dr Sim (sixth left), Lee (seventh left), Hilmy (eight left) and others pose for a photo with the participants before flagging off.
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Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah.
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Dr Sim (fourth left) preparing to launch Kuching Festival Fair 2019 with a MBKS mascot gimmick, while other invited guests look on.
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A visitor to the Kuching Food Festival snaps a photo of the fireworks display on opening night.
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The whales were sighted near Perhentian Island in Besut waters.
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Contributed by property valuer Mary Lau This article gives insight into the property industry where unequal voting rights at the AGM can have a huge impact on a development.
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One of the dogs captured at Reservoir Park has tested positive for the rabies virus.
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Chinese tanks at the border? False. Photo of a protester biting off a policeman’s finger? Misleading. In polarised Hong Kong, a fake news fight for public opinion has become as crucial a battleground as the city streets.
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Students and staff watch as Dr Sim sprays a model of an Aedes mosquito to symbolically launch SMK Bandar Kuching No. 1’s anti-dengue campaign.
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Musli (fourth left) holding up the police report, pictured with those present in solidarity.
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With a relatively young and rapidly growing population, a stable constitutional monarchy and a vital role in the Central Corridor of China’s One Belt One Road infrastructure initiative, Cambodia has...
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Abang Abdul Wahap speaking to reporters after a walkabout at Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK) where preparation works for the 13th Asia Pacific Orchid Conference (APOC) is currently underway.
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Ng addressing the crowd during the 722 Sarawak Independence Day celebration at Padang Merdeka today.
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PORT DICKSON - Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says he is prepared to work with Datuk Seri Azmin Ali as a team and they should have regular meetings and discussions.
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Photo of young Paul with his parents taken in 1963 – the year Kalong became Sarawak’s first chief minister.
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Abg Jo says state will continue working with the Chinese firm in advancing technology Abang Johari (second left) interacts with ‘Sophia’ during a session held in conjunction with the launch.
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Abang Johari (second left) presents the GPS flag to Riot, as (from right) John, Martin, Sagah, Uggah and Manyin look on.
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Photo provided by MMEA Sarawak shows a local fishing vessel in Sarawak waters.