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Topic: Sept 2

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Juvenile among five accused of killing youth in Pasir Puteh
PASIR PUTEH: An underage teenager was among five men being charged at the magistrate’s court here with the murder of a man early this month.
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Water rationing in several areas in Johor depends on weather
ISKANDAR PUTRI: The need to extend rationing water now being carried out in Simpang Renggam, Layang-Layang Utara and north Pontian near here will depend on the weather condition.
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Compile the relevant facts, warts and all
I REFER to the report “’Orang Asli not part of income survey’” (The Star, Sept 2).
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Mavcom: New PSC, RAB framework will go ahead
THE Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) says it is pressing ahead with the announcement of the new aeronautical charges and the Regulatory Asset Base (RAB) framework “in the next few weeks” as ...
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Citizens taking responsibility
THERE is increasing public alarm about the current state of national unity and social harmony in our country.
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DNA confirms charred remains to be of senior citizen
KUANTAN: A deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) test carried out on bone specimens found at the site of a fire at Sungai Lembing on Aug 31 confirmed them to belong to an elderly woman.
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MAHB learns ‘hard lessons’ from KLIA disruption
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd is working on improving its contingency plans to prevent a recurrence of last month’s systems disruption at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which re...
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Sg Lembing fire: DNA test confirms charred remains are that of senior citizen
KUANTAN (Bernama): A DNA test carried out on bone specimens found at the site of a fire in Sungai Lembing on Aug 31 confirmed them to belong to an elderly woman.
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Illegal Airsoft gun dealer arrested
KAJANG: A 27-year-old man, who was in possession of a cache of replica firearms and other military paraphernalia, was arrested in Cheras during a special operation carried out by the Selangor police.
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Man gets 17 years’ jail for stabbing anti-drug officer
SIBU: A labourer who stabbed an officer of the Sibu National Anti-Drug Agency during a robbery has been sentenced to a total of 17 years and two months’ jail.
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M’sians display Jalur Gemilang at Everest Base Camp
KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-six climbers involving 20 Malaysians and six Bruneians jointly raised the giant Jalur Gemilang at the Everest Base Camp (EBC) at about...
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Drug addict gets 17 years, five strokes for robbery and knife attack
SIBU: A labourer, who stabbed an officer of the Sibu National Anti-Drug Agency in the chest was sentenced to 17 years and two months in jail, plus five strokes of the...
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26 climbers raise giant Jalur Gemilang at Everest Base Camp
KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-six climbers involving 20 Malaysians and six Bruneians jointly raised the giant Jalur Gemilang at Everest Base Camp (EBC) at about 10.20am local time today.
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Seven held over RM1.24mil robbery at Kuala Lumpur condo
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have nabbed seven individuals, including two women, who are suspected of robbing RM1.24mil from an Indonesian man at a...
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Indonesian trader loses RM1.2m in fake police raid
KUALA LUMPUR: An Indonesian businessman lost over RM1.2 million after he was double-crossed by his “business partners” apparently in a staged police raid.
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Chinese food companies have world’s richest valuations
HONG KONG: Chinese food and beverage stocks are getting more expensive than their peers worldwide following a blockbuster 2019 rally.
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Razer CEO commits US$7.23mil to gaming and e-sports in Singapore
RAZER co-founder and chief executive officer Min-Liang Tan announced on Sept 9 that he will be committing US$7.23 million (S$10 million) in funding to gaming and e-sports in Singapore over the next tw...
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Stop spinning stories about boycott call, Dr Wee tells Guan Eng
PETALING JAYA: MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has slammed Lim Guan Eng for spinning stories linking Umno and PAS over the alleged call to boycott...
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MCA president: Boycott non-Muslim goods? Guan Eng needs SPM credit in BM
MCA president Wee Ka Siong today hit back at DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng for suggesting that MCA has failed to speak up against an alleged boycott of non-Muslim made products.
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Guan Eng’s ‘political trickery’ causing racial tension, claims MCA veep
PETALING JAYA: MCA has warned Lim Guan Eng against “cunningly pitting” the party against PAS and Umno over the boycott of non-Muslim made products, saying the DAP secretary-general should stop pla...
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Don’t discriminate against women doctors
WE unequivocally support the proposal for female health staff in the Health Ministry to enjoy full maternity leave as accorded to women working in other sectors.
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Pregnant teen beaten up by boyfriend in Setapak
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A five-month pregnant teenager was injured after she was beaten up by three men, including her boyfriend, in Setapak here.
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Blockage at Kanowit Water Treatment Plant causes water disruption, supply to resume today
JBALB workers clearing the dirt and sediment that caused the blockage at the Kanowit Water Treatment Plant.
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Dr M says he does not like military drills, sees them as ‘provocative’
VLADIVOSTOK: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad told Sputnik news agency in an interview that he did not like military drills in the country’s waters, qualifying them as provocative and stressin...
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China's Weibo takes down Instagram-like app after logo plagiarism controversy
Chinese microblogging website Weibo Corp has taken down an Instagram-like app just three days after its launch and apologised following accusations of plagiarism about...
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Mahathir says he does not like military drills, sees them as 'provocative'
VLADIVOSTOK, Russia (Sept 5): Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad told Sputnik news agency in an interview that he did not like military drills in the country's waters, qualifying them as pro...
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Six developers that may thrive if HK home prices drop 30%
SINGAPORE: JPMorgan Chase & Co has landed on six property stocks that can best weather the Hong Kong turmoil after applying a worst-case scenario that envisages home prices plunging 30%, retail sales falling by a similar amount and prime office rents sinking...
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Woman frightened into paying $44,500 in Macau scam
SIBU, Malaysia - A self-employed woman, who fell victim to a fear tactic, lost RM135,000 (S$44,534) in a Macau scam.
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Self-employed woman from Sibu loses RM135,000 to Macau Scam
File photo for illustration SIBU: A self-employed woman here has become the latest Macau Scam victim after she transferred RM135,000 into several bank accounts of a ‘police officer’.
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Man frightened into paying RM135,000 in Macau scam
SIBU: A self-employed man, who fell victim to a fear tactic, lost RM135,000 in a Macau scam.
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Merbau good choice as national tree
I REFER to the letter “Conflicting views on Malaysia’s national tree” (The Star, Sept 2).
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Worker killed in fall at construction site, occupational hazard probe on
KANGAR (Bernama): A Bangladeshi worker was killed after falling from a height of about 7.3m, while carrying out maintenance work on a water tank at a construction site...
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One-month water rationing planned for three Johor areas after dry spell
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A spell of hot weather with no rainfall for the past two weeks has caused the water level at the Machap dam to dip to a critical stage and disrupted supply to...
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Four Malaysian Airport IT officers lodge report after questioning over KLIA glitch
PETALING JAYA: Four Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) IT officers have lodged police reports to distance themselves from the recent technical glitch at Kuala...
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LG, Sony, Samsung: The most anticipated phone reveals of IFA 2019
At IFA 2019, smartphones are expected to steal the show.
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One-month water rationing planned for three Johor areas
JOHOR BARU: A spell of hot weather with no rainfall for the past two weeks has caused the water level at the Machap dam to dip to a critical stage and disrupted supply to almost 150,000 consumers in three Johor areas.
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Johor implements scheduled water supply in three areas
JOHOR BARU: Scheduled supply of water has been implemented in Simpang Renggam, Layang-Layang and northern Pontian in Johor following the prolonged dry spell and lower rainfall over the past two weeks.
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Syed Saddiq assumes older generation holding on to good jobs, high salaries, says MCA
PETALING JAYA: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman's rejection of a proposal to extend the retirement age from 60 to 65 is immature and suggests...
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Pound tumbles to two-and-half-year low on Brexit uncertainty
HONG KONG, Sept 2 — The pound plunged against the dollar and euro today after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to call a snap election to push through Brexit, with analysts warning th...
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Dr M: Sanctions by superpowers hurt small countries
PHNOM PENH (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has slammed several world superpowers for imposing sanctions on small countries in...
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Attend monthly meetings to discuss issues, Anwar reminds PKR leaders
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has reminded party leaders, who have been absent from...
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Zara denies rumours stores closed due to Hong Kong protests
Fast-fashion giant Zara said store closures in Hong Kong on Monday weren’t related to ongoing anti-Beijing protests in the city, after speculation on Chinese social...
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China drone attack on crop-eating ‘monster’ shows 98% kill rate
An army of drones deployed to fight a crop-devouring pest in a southern area of China has recorded a mortality rate of as high as 98%, according to the manufacturer.
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‘Sense of urgency’, as top tech players seek AI ethical rules
Top players in global tech companies kicked off work Sept 2 to draw up global ethical standards related to data and artificial intelligence, with Microsoft's president voicing a...
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10-year-old boy reported missing in Taman Dahlia, Jalan Matang
Putera Muhd Iskandar Zulkifli Shah has been reported missing since 7.30pm on Sept 2.
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High Court grants Shafee temporary access to passport
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has granted Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah temporary access to his passport so that he can travel to Sydney for an assignment.
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Man and toddler son killed in crash; wife, other child seriously injured
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A man and his two-year-old son were killed when the car they were travelling in burst into flames after crashing into the rear of a moving trailer...
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Teen who stabbed Sibu rehab centre officer arrested
SIBU: A 19-year-old youth who was on the run after stabbing an officer of Sibu's National Anti-drug Agency on Sunday (Sept 1) with a knife has been caught.
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Econsave lodges police report over claim of not selling bumiputra, Muslim products
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Econsave Cash & Carry Sdn Bhd (Econsave) has lodged a police report against two Facebook accounts, which they claimed had spread lies...
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Immigration officers allegedly assaulted by Chinese nationals at KL airport
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia - Two Immigration Department officers were allegedly assaulted by two male Chinese nationals at the KL International Airport (KLIA) during a scuffle.
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Security guard beats employer to death in Malaysia over unpaid wages
PETALING JAYA - A security guard of an apartment here allegedly beat a supervisor to death, after he was not paid his wages.
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Maszlee says Tamil film 'Raatchasi' interprets his aspirations for nation's education system
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik describes the Tamil film 'Raatchasi' as having portrayed the policies and changes that are being...
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Newborn baby found dead at Tugu Negara vicinity, cops arrest Samoan woman
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A Samoan woman was detained by police on suspicion of dumping a newborn baby into a trash bin in a restroom on the National...
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Police looking for 4WD driver in Beaufort hit-and-run accident
BEAUFORT (Bernama): Police are tracking down the driver of a four-wheel-drive vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident which killed a pedestrian in KM8 Jalan Beaufort - Papar.
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56 made homeless after night fire at longhouse
MIRI: About 56 people were left homeless after a fire razed Rumah Panjang Noh anak Bin, located deep in Belawai district in central Sarawak, on Monday (Sept 2).
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Samoan woman detained after dead baby found in garbage bin at Tugu Negara
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — A Samoan woman was detained by police on suspicion of dumping a newborn baby into a trash bin in a restroom on the National Monument grounds here today.
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Maszlee says Tamil film ‘Raatchasi’ captures his aspirations for education in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Education Minister Maszlee Malik describes the Tamil film Raatchasi as having portrayed the policies and changes that were being made for implementation in the country’s edu...
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Pound dives as UK election speculation mounts before Brexit showdown
LONDON, Sept 2 — Sterling fell sharply today as Boris Johnson summoned his ministers for an emergency meeting, fuelling expectations the prime minister was preparing to call a snap election should l...
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Continental weighs full spin-off for powertrain business
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Sept 2 — German car components giant Continental said today it was considering spinning off completely its powertrain division, alongside the already-mooted option of a partial ma...
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Stop depending on handouts, start being industrious, PM tells Muslims
PHNOM PENH, Sept 2 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today urged Muslims to do away with the mentality of depending on others for aid and assistance.
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Dzulkefly: Johor govt to step up monitoring of garbage disposal, burning
ISKANDAR PUTERI, Sept 2 — The state government will identify effective mechanisms to curb garbage disposal and burning activities involving areas that are not within the jurisdiction of the local au...
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UK retailer M&S slips on FTSE 100 eviction expectations
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Dubai in push to rebalance bloated property market
DUBAI, Sept 2 — Dubai’s ruler announced today the creation of a panel to address a glut in the property market, a key part of the economy but in decline for the past five years.
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Syed Saddiq opposes raising retirement age, says priority should be for youths
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman today rejected the suggestion by Malaysian Trade Unions Congress’ (MTUC) to raise the mandatory retirement age from 60 to ...
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Asean remains relevant, should forge greater cooperation to face superpowers, says Dr M
PHNOM PENH, Sept 2 — Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today said that Asean has remained as a relevant regional grouping in the world and should continue to strengthen its cooperatio...
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Johor lorry driver remanded over allegedly offensive Facebook comment
PORT DICKSON, Sept 2 — A lorry driver has been remanded for four days beginning August 31 to facilitate police investigations in connection with an offensive Facebook comment recently.
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Tata Steel to shut UK operations employing 400 staff
LONDON, Sept 2 — Tata Steel is to shut a plant in Wales but has agreed to safeguard jobs elsewhere, the Indian giant announced today, as it restructures amid the collapse of a mega-merger.
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US and Poland urge tougher checks on foreign influence over 5G networks
WARSAW, Sept 2 — The United States and Poland believe suppliers of 5G network equipment should be rigorously evaluated for foreign government control, a joint declaration signed on Monday said, as W...
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China lodges tariff case at WTO against the US
HONG KONG, Sept 2 — China has lodged a case against the United States with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over US import duties, the Chinese commerce ministry said today.
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Zuraida: Ministry hopes for speedier resolution of Highland Towers land acquisition
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — The Ministry of Housing and Local Government hopes that the land acquisition process for the Highland Towers condominium which had been left neglected for almost 26 years can ...
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Dr M: Asean remains relevant, should forge greater cooperation to face superpowers
PHNOM PENH (Bernama): Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said on Monday (Sept 2) that Asean has remained as a relevant regional grouping in...
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S&P maintains stable outlook for Msian banks, flags fintech effect
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 2): S&P Global Ratings is maintaining a stable outlook on all Malaysian banks but flags external challenges and the financial technology (fintech) effect that could radically disrup...
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Return to capital controls sends Argentina assets tumbling
BUENOS AIRES, Sept 2 — Argentina’s international dollar and euro-denominated bonds fell to record lows today while its financial stocks tumbled and risk premiums shot up after President Mauricio M...
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Deutsche CEO to invest 15pc of monthly net pay in bank’s shares
FRANKFURT, Sept 2 — Deutsche Bank’s chief executive Christian Sewing will spend 15 per cent of his monthly net salary buying the German lender’s shares starting in September, a regulatory filing...
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Johor exco: Integrated operation to fight Gelang Patah fire ended today
ISKANDAR PUTERI, Sept 2 — The integrated operation to put out the forest fire that had raged a total area of 16 hectares along Jalan Tanjung Kupang near Gelang Patah, has ended as of today.
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MCA slams groups calling for boycott of non-Muslim products
KUALA LUMPUR: The MCA has condemned irresponsible groups calling for a campaign to boycott non-Muslim products through social media.
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Cradle Fund CEO murder trial postponed
SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The murder case involving Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan, which was set for hearing on Tuesday (Sept 3), has been...
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Coconut processing factory destroyed in early morning blaze
BUKIT MERTAJAM (Sept 2): A coconut processing factory at Jalan Kampung Tok Elong, here was destroyed in an early morning blaze today.
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KLIA systems disruption: Police record statements from 12 MAHB staff
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — The police have so far recorded statements from 12 Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) staff in connection with the disruption of the systems at Kuala Lumpur Internationa...
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Cradle Fund CEO murder trial postponed as defence lawyers overstretched with 1MDB case
SHAH ALAM, Sept 2 — The murder case involving Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd (Cradle Fund) chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan which was set for hearing tomorrow has been postponed to a date yet to be fixed.
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Cops record statements from 12 MAHB staff members over KLIA systems disruption
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Police have so far recorded statements from 12 Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) staff members in connection with the disruption...
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Euro slides to 16-month lows on gloomy outlook; yuan weak
LONDON, Sept 2 — The euro plunged to a 16-month low today as the impact of Washington and Beijing’s trade war on the European economy dominated investor sentiment.
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Tok Mat: Nation needs new ‘Malaysia narrative’, 1971 National Culture Policy should be reimplemented
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan today said the nation is in need of a new ‘Malaysia Narrative’, but stressed that it should prioritise and recognise Malay-M...
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Three Chinese nationals deported over assault of KLIA2 Immigration officers
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Three Chinese nationals including a woman have been deported in connection with the assault of two Immigration officers at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) las...
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Zuraida: Reconciliation letters addressed to PKR president, not sec-gen
PETALING JAYA: It is not for the PKR secretary-general to reply to letters addressed to the party president, says Zuraida Kamaruddin.
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Thailand drops cannabis extracts from narcotics list; firms eye investments
BANGKOK, Sept 2 — Thailand has removed cannabis and hemp extracts from its narcotics list, officials said today, the latest effort to promote the development of marijuana products for medical purpos...
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UK manufacturing hits seven-year low
LONDON, Sept 2 — Britain’s manufacturing activity slumped last month, in part owing to heightened economic and political turmoil triggered by Brexit, data showed today.
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24-hour water supply disruption in parts of Negri Sembilan tomorrow
SEREMBAN, Sept 2 — Parts of Seremban, Port Dickson, Rembau, Tampin and Jelebu will experience 24-hour water supply disruption starting at 8am tomorrow, according to Syarikat Air Negri Sembilan Sdn B...
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Mat Sabu: Armed Forces will always protect the country
PETALING JAYA: The Armed Forces will never waver in protecting the nation's sovereignty, no matter the challenges, says the Defence Minister.
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IATA: KLIA losing out with lower PSC rates
PETALING JAYA: Airlines and passengers using the KL International Airport (KLIA) are losing out to other Malaysian airports, with the reduction of Passenger...
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MCA committees suggest setting up centralised kitchens in each state under Free Breakfast Programme
PETALING JAYA: MCA's Government Affairs Monitoring Committee (GMC) and its Education Consultative Committee have suggested a centralised kitchen, rather...
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China aims to rev up shale gas drive, wean itself off imports amid US trade row
BEIJING, Sept 2 — China aims to slash its growing dependence on gas imports by boosting domestic projects like shale fields as the security of its energy supply comes under the spotlight amid a fest...
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Norwegian Air not expecting to fly Boeing 737 MAX this year, says CEO
OSLO, Sept 2 — Norwegian Air does not expect to fly its 18 grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft this year, the carrier’s interim Chief Executive Geir Karlsen told Reuters today.
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Finance Ministry says has paid RM1.7b of SRC International’s debt to KWAP
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has paid nearly RM1.7 billion of scandal-plagued SRC International Sdn Bhd’s debts to the Retirement Fund (Incorporated) (KWAP), with the most ...
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Ramkarpal: PAS’ defence of ‘buy Muslim products first’ campaign contrary to Constitution
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — DAP National Legal Bureau chairman Ramkarpal Singh has condemned PAS secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan for defending the “buy Muslim products first” campaign calli...
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Masing: Federal govt may have taken over Bintulu Port without state assembly’s consent
KUCHING, Sept 2 — The Sarawak government is studying whether Bintulu Port is among the state’s assets being administered by the federal government without the consent of its legislative assembly, ...
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Immigration officers allegedly assaulted by Chinese nationals at KLIA
PUTRAJAYA: Two Immigration Department officers were allegedly assaulted by two male Chinese nationals at the KL International Airport (KLIA) during a scuffle.
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Stocks slip as new US-China tariffs sour global outlook
LONDON, Sept 2 — Global stocks dipped today after the United States and China imposed new tariffs on each other’s goods, reinforcing investors’ worries over slowing global growth, with no clear ...
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Hong Kong stocks rocked by city’s latest violent protests
HONG KONG, Sept 2 — Hong Kong stocks sank today, with property firms among the worst hit after the city was gripped by another weekend of violence that saw protesters battle police in the streets an...
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Pound falls as traders brace for Brexit showdown with parliament’s return
LONDON, Sept 2 — The British pound fell today as traders braced for a clash between the government and lawmakers opposed to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans as parliament returns this w...
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