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Anwar’s close aides sued over office brawl
KUALA LUMPUR: Two of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s close aides have been sued by his research assistant over a purported office brawl.
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Indonesia, Malaysia probe Lion Air customer data leak
JAKARTA: Authorities are probing a customer data leak at Lion Air, Indonesia's communications ministry said Friday (Sep 20), in a breach that reportedly affected millions of the carrier's customers.
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G25: Inquiry reports should be publicly accessible, not put in cold storage
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 — Pro-moderation group G25 has called for the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government to make inquiry reports accessible to the public.
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Indonesia, Malaysia probe Lion Air customer data leak
JAKARTA, Sept 20 — Authorities are probing a customer data leak at Lion Air, Indonesia’s communications ministry said today, in a breach that reportedly affected millions of the carrier’s custom...
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Indonesia, Malaysia probe Lion Air customer data leak
JAKARTA (AFP) - The authorities are probing a customer data leak at Lion Air, Indonesia's communications ministry said on Friday (Sept 20), in a breach that reportedly affected millions of the carrier...
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Anwar's aides claim they have not been issued summonses over civil suits
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 — Two of PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's aides have not received any court summonses over a suit for assault and defamation by Muhammed Yusoff Rawther, who is the gran...
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Two of Anwar’s aides sued by his research assistant
KUALA LUMPUR: Two of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's close aides have been sued by his research assistant over a purported office brawl.
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Worsening haze leads to more flight cancellations
PETALING JAYA: More than half a dozen flights in Peninsular Malaysia had to be cancelled while several others in Sarawak had to be diverted due to the haze.
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The mothers who go in circles to get citizenship for their kids
PETALING JAYA: Biotechnologist S Subathra found love and started a family in Bangalore, India, but always wanted her children to be Malaysians.
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Night school cares for kids
JOHOR BARU: He left his job and opened a night school to help children stay off the streets.
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3 more held over murder of man found in stream
KOTA BHARU: Police have arrested two men and a woman to facilitate the investigation into the murder of a man whose body was found floating in a stream at Kampung Sungai Puyu, Pasir Puteh, on Sept 4.
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Malaysia's economic policies to focus on income inequality: Mahathir
Malaysia's economic policies will focus on reducing income inequality, said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad yesterday after a special Cabinet meeting held to discuss the government's "Shared Prosperit...
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Malaysia's economic policies will focus on bridging wealth gap: PM Mahathir
PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia's economic policies will focus on reducing income inequality said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Saturday (Sept 14), after a special Cabinet meeting held to discuss the govern...
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Three armed robbers shot dead after high-speed chase
GOMBAK: Three armed robbers were shot dead following a 7km high-speed chase with the police.
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Paris commuters hit as metro workers strike over pension reform
PARIS, Sept 13 — Paris metro and other public transport workers walked off the job today over a planned pension overhaul, sparking huge traffic jams and forcing many people to stay home for the one-...
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Mechanic pleads not guilty to sexually abusing stepdaughter
MELAKA: A mechanic claimed trial at the Sessions Court in Ayer Keroh here to three counts of sexual abuse against his 14-year-old stepdaughter.
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Body found in Labuan waters not the last of three friends who went missing on fishing trip
The three friends who went missing after they failed to return from a fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas yesterday.
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Penang NRD assistant director claims trial to faking and selling MyKad to Chinese nationals
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 12 — Mohd Faizul Arifin from the National Registration Department (NRD) and five other people today were today hit with a 32 charges of falsifying Malaysian birth certificates and ...
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Acer’s new laptops are worth looking forward to
ACER has been busy of late. During the recent IFA 2019 in Berlin, the company announced a slew of products that range from laptops for professional creators to new gaming monitors and even a gaming ch...
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Four men nabbed over attack on nightclub bouncers
JOHOR BARU, Sept 10 — Four men have been arrested around the city on Thursday and yesterday believed to be involved in the attack on two men using machetes in front of a nightclub at Susur 1, Jalan ...
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No more land deals for YWP
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): In view of the controversies surrounding the Federal Territory Foundation (YWP), its chairman Khalid Abdul Samad said it has decided to stop venturing in businesses involving l...
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Five illegals detained, homemade shotgun seized
Two of the suspects being detained by the GOF strike force team.
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Tawau school scores 100% passes in IGCSE exam
Yapp Sook Min Mercy and Foo Jing Tze with Charis International School principal Professor Dr Debra Sim.
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Russian protesters aided by digital tools, self-organising
It's a scene many Muscovites have grown used to seeing this summer as a new wave of anti-government demonstrations gripped the Russian capital: Two...
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh on Saturday (Sept 7) morning.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh yesterday.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mt Kinabalu
A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh this morning.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 8 ― A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh yesterday morning.
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HMD Global Announces Nokia 7.2 And 6.2; Both Feature Triple Camera Setup
HMD Global has just announced a number of Nokia devices during IFA 2019.
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Local firms ink five MoUs with Chinese companies to expand local commodities' ...
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 5): Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok today hosted a meeting with delegations from two Chinese companies in the government’s effort to expand the market of Malaysian commodities...
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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Gets More Design Possibilities As More Patents Surface
When we previously heard of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, the design looked like flip phones of old.
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Najib’s 1MDB trial ends after four hours for first day
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 28 — The first day of the much-anticipated 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) trial of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is adjourned to tomorrow morning.
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Intensify research on dengue treatment
IN light of the alarming increase in the number of dengue cases recently, World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre for Arbovirus Reference and Research director Prof Dr Sazaly Abu Bakar has call...
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Two die, four injured in five-vehicle collision in Kulim
ALOR SETAR, Aug 23 — Two were killed while four including two children were injured in a collision involving five vehicles along Jalan Padang Serai heading to Tasek Gelugor, Kulim, earlier today.
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UK authorities find Naik’s Peace TV guilty of hate speech, incitement to murder
PETALING JAYA: Broadcasting regulators in the UK have found Dr Zakir Naik’s satellite channel Peace TV guilty of hate speech, and say it could risk having its licence revoked as the Indian Muslim pr...
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Looking to China for anti-corruption reforms
LETTER | Itʼs sad to note the report from the head of the MACC that the civil service has the largest number of culprits.
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Things are getting interesting for Anifah Aman
KOTA KINABALU: How Datuk Seri Anifah Aman (pic) positions himself politically to defend his Kimanis seat, should there be a by-election, is being keenly watched.
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Body of Indonesian croc attack victim found in Lundu
Bomba personnel managed to locate the victim’s body some two kilometres away from where he was last seen.
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MMEA intercepts Filipinos with bowfishing arrow, methamphetamine in boat
KOTA KINABALU: A Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency team found a bowfishing arrow, which is a banned fishing gear and methamphetamine or syabu in a boat they intercepted off Pulau Malawali, Kudat y...
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Gloom over oil demand will only get worse
As I warned last week, oil demand growth is drying up and it’s not over yet. Two of the major oil agencies have just cut their forecasts for incremental demand this year, but they haven’t gone far enough.
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Bintulu student’s essay to be included in food writing anthology
Golinia is flanked by Bettina and Zhao at the storytelling camp.
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Two of 11 missing Brunei fishermen found in waters of Pulau Tiga
KOTA KINABALU: Two of 11 missing fishermen from Brunei have been found some 10 nautical miles from Pulau Tiga here Friday (Aug 9).
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Malaysia Charges Goldman Sachs Executives in 1MDB Scandal
Advertisement Supported by By Sui-Lee Wee Malaysia filed criminal charges on Friday against a top executive at Goldman Sachs, a former executive who now works for Alibaba of China and others, as it in...
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Four Chinese nationals detained for selling fake gold online
File photo for illustration purposes KUALA LUMPUR: Police detained four Chinese nationals believed to have been involved in the selling of fake gold in two separate raids in Jalan Tun Sambanthan here...
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Four Chinese nationals detained for selling fake gold online
KUALA LUMPUR: Police detained four Chinese nationals believed to have been involved in the selling of fake gold in two separate raids in Jalan Tun Sambanthan here yesterday.
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Investors seek safety in bonds on fears over economic outlook
NEW YORK, Aug 8 — Plunging bond yields jolted global markets yesterday as interest rate cuts by three central banks and grim German economic data underscored worries about a weakening global economy...
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Samsung seeks alternatives to Japanese suppliers in trade row
SEOUL, Aug 7 ― South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest smartphone and memory chip maker, is seeking alternatives to Japanese suppliers for some key materials, it said today ...
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Malaysia robbers ram lorry into car, steal RM1 million worth of jewellery in armed heist
IPOH: Four masked men armed with machetes made off with about RM1 million (US$239,500) worth of jewellery in Malaysia on Monday (Aug 5) after they rammed a lorry into a car that was transporting the ...
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Fort Cornwallis seafront to become commercial, cultural district
GEORGE TOWN: The state government plans to revive Penang’s once famed marine credentials by restoring the piers and godowns near Fort Cornwallis, beginning March next year, as part of its larger Eas...
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Asean must strengthen cooperation for sustainability in all dimensions: PM Prayuth
BANGKOK: Asean must strengthen cooperation with its dialogue partners as well as countries outside the region to achieve sustainability in all dimensions, Thai Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan o-ch...
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Syarikat Takaful down 3.4% after launch of FWD Takaful
KUALA LUMPUR (July 31): Shares in Syarikat Takaful Malaysia Keluarga Bhd (STMK) declined as much as 3.4% this morning, following news that Robert Kuok-controlled JAB Capital Bhd, the Employees Provide...
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Penang cops nab six members of car theft syndicate
GEORGE TOWN: Police have crippled a car theft syndicate following the arrest of six suspects on Thursday.
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Penang cops arrest six members of car theft syndicate
GEORGE TOWN: Police have crippled a car theft syndicate following the arrest of six suspects on Thursday (July 18).
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Teen drowns, two friends rescued in outing to waterfalls in Johor
JOHOR BARU: A fun outing with friends after a gratifying durian feast at his grandfather’s orchard turned fatal for a teen who drowned at the Taka Melor waterfalls in Labis, near Segamat today Two ...
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After Dr M’s national car help offer, Turkey displays own Onuk supercar
ISTANBUL, July 27 — Turkey’s automotive manufacturer Onuk showed Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today two of its sports cars, with an offer to collaborate with Malaysia in the automotive field.
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Britain’s new PM: Brexit happens on 31st Oct 2019. “no ifs or buts”
Brexit in brief means that Britain will soon be leaving the European Union (EU). I am one of those who believe Brexit will not be beneficial to UK’s economy.
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Two directors to leave Pharmaniaga
Two of Pharmaniaga Bhd’s independent non-executive directors, Izzat Othman and Fahmy Ismail will be leaving the group with effect from July 31.
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Apple pays US$1bil for Intel unit in push for chip independence
NEW YORK: Apple Inc took a major step toward supplying its own smartphone chips by purchasing the majority of Intel Corp's modem business in a deal valued at $1 billion, the companies said on Thursday.
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Apple buys majority of Intel’s modem business at US$1b in push for chip independence
SAN FRANCISCO, July 26 ― Apple Inc took a major step toward supplying its own smartphone chips by purchasing the majority of Intel Corp's modem business in a deal valued at US$1 billion (RM4.11 bill...
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Police elite squad cripples terrorists in Subang Airport during ‘security drill’
PETALING JAYA, July 25 — The actions of Bukit Aman’s Special Actions Unit (UTK) rescue drill of five hostages taken by five male terrorists at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang this mor...
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5,947kg of syabu seized from Filipina’s home
Zaini (second right) with Habibi (second left) and Ahmad (right) showing the drugs that were seized from the suspect’s home in Manggatal.
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Serdang police nab eight for robberies, burglaries
PETALING JAYA: Serdang police scored a huge success when it apprehended eight suspects behind a string of robberies and burglaries in the district and other areas in the Klang Valley.
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Spate of arrests made over home break-ins, robberies
SERDANG: Two men in their 20s were arrested five hours after they broke into a house in Puchong and stole a vehicle.
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Police hunting down four suspects involved in assault, robbery case
KUCHING: The police are hunting down four male suspects who had allegedly assaulted and robbed a fruit seller at a temple in Sungai Apong around 9.30pm on July 21.
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Two dead, another seriously injured after head-on collision with pickup
Bomba Miri personnel with the deceased bodies wrapped in body bags.
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Another effort to make KL a green city
KUALA LUMPUR: Sixteen saplings of the Melaka Tree were planted in various parts of Kuala Lumpur today under an initiative to bring greenery to Greater Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley.
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Now every adult in Malaysia can vote, Mr Armstrong
JULY 18 — Fifty years and two days ago, a moon-bound Apollo 11 captured the imagination of our species.
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Bukit Aman nabs PKR leader, two others in JB over sex clips scandal
JOHOR BARU, July 16 — A federal police team have arrested three men, including a PKR leader, in Johor today to assist in investigations into a sex videos scandal targeting Economic Affairs Minister ...
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Tian Chua alarmed over arrests of PKR members in sex video probe
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR vice-president Tian Chua said he is alarmed over the arrests of members suspected to be involved in the gay sex videos implicating party deputy president Azmin Ali.
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Malaysians want to know culprit behind viral sex video targeting minister: Anwar Ibrahim
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians want to know who is behind the dissemination of a viral sex video implicating a Cabinet minister, Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s (PKR) president Anwar Ibrahim said on Tuesday (Jul...
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Funds from Jho Low-linked firms to Najib were for 'loan purposes', says witness
KUALA LUMPUR (July 15): Transactions from accounts linked to fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho — better known as Jho Low — into the AmBank account of Datuk Seri Najib Razak in 2015 included transa...
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Funds from Jho Low-linked firms to Najib was for 'loan purposes', says witness
KUALA LUMPUR (July 15): Transactions from accounts linked to fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho — better known as Jho Low — into the AmBank account of Datuk Seri Najib Razak in 2015 included transa...
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Nazri and KJ question Najib’s role as BN adviser
PETALING JAYA: Two of Umno’s most vocal critics - Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz and Khairy Jamaluddin – have hit out at two of the party’s top leaders for bringing back former prime minister Datuk Seri ...
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Two main areas of focus to ensure media freedom: Gobind
LONDON: The Communications and Multimedia Ministry is looking at two main areas of focus to encourage better media freedom in the country, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo (pix)...
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Two main areas of focus to ensure media freedom, says Gobind
LONDON (Bernama): The Communications and Multimedia Ministry is looking at two main areas of focus to encourage better media freedom in the country, says Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo.
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Two main areas of focus to ensure media freedom - Gobind
The Communications and Multimedia Ministry is looking at two main areas of focus to encourage better media freedom in the country, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo said.
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Two main areas of focus to ensure media freedom — Gobind
LONDON (July 11): The Communications and Multimedia Ministry is looking at two main areas of focus to encourage better media freedom in the country, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh...
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Jokowi's second term: The challenge of legitimacy
COMMENT | On June 26, the daily Republika reported the Constitutional Court's decision rejecting Prabowo Subianto's charge of fraud in the presidential election held in April.
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Could playing Minecraft boost your creativity?
New US research has found that video games such as Minecraft may help increase creativity when players are given the freedom to play as they want, with no instruction.
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Hero cops presented with certificates of appreciation for bravery in shootout with armed robbers
Corporal William (right) and Constable Mohd Roni proudly hold up their certificates of appreciation.
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Sydney gamer who livestreamed attack on partner pleads guilty
A gamer who inadvertently broadcast audio of himself striking his pregnant partner while playing the online videogame Fortnite pleaded guilty to assault in a Sydney court July 8.
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Two-week crackdown nets 27 suspected drug addicts in Tuaran
KOTA KINABALU: A total of 27 suspected drug addicts were nabbed during a two-week crackdown in the Tuaran district not far from here.
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Malaysian police hunting suspects behind 'fish bomb' that killed 3, including tourists
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysian police are looking for the fishermen who allegedly used "fish bombs" that are believed to have killed three people in waters off Semporna, Sabah on Friday (Jul 5).
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All drivers involved in six-vehicle pile up receiving treatment in hospital
Two of the six vehicle which were involved in the pile up this morning.
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All drivers involved in six-vehicle pile up seeking treatment in hospital
Two of the six vehicle which were involved in the pile up this morning.
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Splatoon 2 to bow out with Tetris 99, Super Smash Bros crossovers
Two of Nintendo's most unexpected recent hits are teaming up for a special July event within Switch games Tetris 99 and Super Smash Bros Ultimate, as well as mobile hit Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.
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Trader fatally shoots himself when cleaning shotgun
ALOR STAR: A trader fatally shot himself in an incident in Kampong Perlis Simpor, Tikam Batu, near Sungai Petani yesterday.
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Man accidentally shoots himself while cleaning shotgun
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): A trader fatally shot himself while cleaning his shotgun in Kampong Perlis Simpor, Tikam Batu, near Sungai Petani Sunday (June 30) evening.
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Iran still short of nuclear deal's enriched uranium cap - diplomats
Iran is still short of the maximum amount of enriched uranium it is allowed to have under its deal with major powers but it is on course to reach that limit at the weekend, the latest data from UN nuc...
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Top 10 most stolen vehicles in Malaysia in Q1 2019 – Proton Wira on top, Toyota Hilux highest non-national
During the launch of its Vehicle Theft Awareness Campaign 2019, the Vehicle Theft Reduction Council of Malaysia (VTREC) also shared a list of the top 10 most stolen vehicles in the country in the firs...
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Goldman’s 1MDB hearing pushed to Sept 30 because of incomplete charges
KUALA LUMPUR (Bloomberg): Malaysia pushed back a hearing for Goldman Sachs Group Inc’s 1MDB case to September after a lawyer representing the US bank said the process of filing the charges remains incomplete.
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Schools in Johor district closed after second case of air pollution
PASIR GUDANG - Schools and education centres with some 20,000 students and teachers within a 6km radius of Taman Mawar have been ordered closed until Thursday following the second case of air polluti...
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Schools in Johor district closed till Thursday after air contamination
PASIR GUDANG: Schools and education centres with some 20,000 students and teachers within a 6km radius of Taman Mawar have been ordered closed until Thursday following the second case of air pollution to hit Pasir Gudang district.
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Three new cases detected in Kg Kuala Koh
KUALA LUMPUR: Three more Orang Asli of the Bateq tribe were found to be infected with respiratory-related illnesses in Kampung Kuala Koh, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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5 sisters detained over RM1.3 million scam
SHAH ALAM: Police have detained five sisters suspected of a RM1.3 million investment scam involving 18 victims.
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Five sisters detained by Klang police over RM1.3m investment scam
SHAH ALAM, June 19 — Police have detained five sisters suspected of a RM1.3 million investment scam involving 18 victims.
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Two men, teenager escape death after lorry skids off road, bursts into flames
The three men were travelling in the vegetable-laden truck when the driver lost control of the vehicle at about 1pm.
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Six die due to consuming tainted liquor, says Penang police
GEORGE TOWN, June 17 — Six men have died in Penang from consuming methanol-tainted liquor in the past two months, state police revealed today.
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10th Orang Asli villager warded at Hulu T'ganu Hospital
Another Orang Asli villager from Kampung Sungai Berua has been admitted to the Hulu Terengganu Hospital after showing symptoms of respiratory tract infection.
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Total Orang Asli patients increase to 112 people as of yesterday
GUA MUSANG: The total number of Orang Asli from the Batek tribe who were infected with a mysterious illness, increased by nine more people to 112 who were admitted to hospitals, compared to 103 people...
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