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Saudi Arabia battles market jitters after oil plant attacks
RIYADH, Sept 16 — Saudi energy giant Aramco is battling to reassure markets after devastating attacks on two oil plants, where a prolonged shutdown risks roiling investor confidence ahead of the sta...
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Govt assures higher fuel subsidy if oil prices soar
PUTRAJAYA: Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following drone attacks by Yemeni rebels will definitely affect global oil pri...
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Govt to provide subsidy if oil prices soar: Mahathir
PUTRAJAYA: Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following the drone attacks by Yemeni rebels will definitely impact the global...
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Dr M: Govt subsidy will cushion any oil price rise
PUTRAJAYA: Government subsidies of fuel prices will offset any increase in world oil prices caused by disruption to Saudi Arabian oil production, Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Gov't to provide subsidy if oil prices soar - Mahathir
Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following the drone attacks by Yemeni rebels will definitely impact the global oil prices...
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Dr M: Govt to provide subsidy if oil prices soar as a result of attacks in Saudi
Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following drone attacks by Yemeni rebels will definitely impact global oil prices, says P...
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Govt to provide subsidy if oil prices soar, says Dr M
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 15 — Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following the drone attacks by Yemeni rebels will definitely impac...
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Dr M: Govt to provide subsidy if oil prices soar as a result of attacks in Saudi
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Saudi Arabia’s move to temporarily suspend production at the state-owned Aramco’s two major oil facilities following drone attacks...
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MTUC: Govt should not allow Yemeni refugees to work here
PETALING JAYA: The Government should not sideline the law and the legal hiring process by enabling 10,000 Yemeni citizens holding social visit passes to work in the country...
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Plans under way to allow Yemenis to work in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: Ten thousand Yemeni citizens holding the social visit pass in Malaysia would be able to work under certain requirements which would be finalised soon, said Yemen’s Ambassador to Malaysia Dr Adel Mohamed Ba Hamid.
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Jainj denies harsh treatment during raid on Syiah group
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Islamic Religious Department (Jainj) has denied allegations of acting harshly during a raid on a Syiah group of followers at a house in Taman Bukit Kempas, here, Monday (Sept 9).
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Yemenis will be able to work legally in Malaysia soon - Ambassador
Ten thousand Yemeni citizens holding social visit pass in Malaysia would be able to work under certain requirements which would be finalised soon, said Yemen's Ambassador to Malaysia Adel Mohamed BaHa...
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No force used during raid on Shia group, says Johor Islamic department
JOHOR BAHRU: The Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) has denied allegations it acted harshly during a raid on a group of Shia followers at a house at Taman Bukit Kempas here last Monday.
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Johor religious dept denies alleged abuse in anti-Shiah raid on Monday
JOHOR BARU, Sept 13 — The Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) denied today that its enforcement officers had acted aggressively during an anti-Shiah raid on a private function at a house in T...
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Cops probing claims of mistreatment of Shia Muslims in Johor raid
PETALING JAYA: Johor police are investigating allegations of rough treatment of Shia Muslims when their private religious event was raided by state Islamic authorities this week.
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Gun-toting cops in masks treated us like criminals, say Shia Muslims
PETALING JAYA: Details have emerged of rough treatment allegedly given to Shia Muslims detained in a raid by Johor Islamic authorities during a private religious event on Monday, including a claim tha...
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In Johor, eight nabbed over alleged Shiah links
JOHOR BARU, Sept 10 ― The Johor Islamic Religious Department (JAINJ) detained eight people, including four foreigners, during a raid against suspected Shiah followers at a house in Taman Bukit Kempa...
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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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Mohammadin: Irish teen Nora’s tragedy won’t affect tourist arrivals to Malaysia
ALOR SETAR, Aug 24 — Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture today expressed confidence that the tragedy involving the 15-year-old Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin will not affect the number of touris...
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FTSE 100 heads for best session in 10 days
LONDON, Aug 19 — Sharp rises in oil company shares drove Britain’s FTSE 100 higher today, after an attack on a Saudi oil facility by Yemeni separatists pushed crude prices higher, while Asia-expos...
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KLCI misses Chinese-led equities rally
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI was slightly softer in the morning session despite a rally in regional markets on the back of China's move to reduce borrowing costs for companies.
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Dr M takes a 11-km bicycle ride
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad showed his physical prowess despite his advanced age, Kosmo!
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More emphasis on tourism safety after drowning at Langkawi
PETALING JAYA: There will now be a greater emphasis on safety in recreational activities for tourists.
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Yemeni teen drowns while attempting to take a selfie on a jetski in Langkawi
LANGKAWI: A Yemeni teenager drowned after falling off his jetski while attempting to take a selfie at sea near the popular Cenang Beach here today.
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Yemeni teen drowns while attempting to take selfie on jet ski in Langkawi
LANGKAWI: A Yemeni teenager drowned after falling off his jet ski while attempting to take a selfie at sea near the popular Cenang Beach here today.
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Yemeni teen drowns while attempting to take a selfie on a jetski in Langkawi
LANGKAWI, Aug 17 — A Yemeni teenager drowned after falling off his jetski while attempting to take a selfie at sea near the popular Cenang Beach here today.
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Pro-govt forces launch strike after Aden ‘coup’
Yemeni supporters of the southern separatist movement pose for a picture in Khor Maksar, in the Yemeni southern port city of Aden.
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King Salman sponsors 20 Malaysian pilgrims for haj
KUALA LUMPUR: The King of Saudi Arabia, King Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud, is sponsoring 20 Malaysian pilgrims to perform the haj under the 2019 Saudi King’s guests programme.
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King Salman sponsors 20 M'sian pilgrims for hajj
The King of Saudi Arabia, King Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud (photo, above), is sponsoring 20 Malaysian pilgrims to perform the haj under the 2019 Saudi King’s guests programme.
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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman sponsors 20 Malaysian pilgrims for Haj
KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — The King of Saudi Arabia, King Salman Abdulaziz Al Saud, is sponsoring 20 Malaysian pilgrims to perform the Haj under the 2019 Saudi King’s guests programme.
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2 supervisors didn’t know how their names were tied to ‘stolen’ thesis, says UM
PETALING JAYA: Two PhD supervisors from Universiti Malaya claim they have no knowledge of how a paper bearing their names was published at a conference in Prague in July last year.
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Wipe out plagiarism, urges council of heads of varsities
ALOR SETAR: The Council of Chairmen of Public University Boards of Directors (MPLPU) views seriously plagiarism activities which are becoming more rampant among academicians in Malaysian universities.
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Publish or perish, or just steal it: A peek into academic theft in Malaysian universities
PETALING JAYA: It is a norm in Malaysian universities for academics to get their names published in research papers – without having to actually write anything.
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Yemeni refugee group conveys memorandum to UNHCR
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 40 Yemeni refugees gathered peacefully in front of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), here, on Wednesday to submit a memorandum demanding their rights.
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Wisma Putra condemns attack on Saudi Arabian airport
Malaysia strongly condemned the missile attack on the Abha International Airport in southwestern Saudi Arabia’s Asir Province on Wednesday, which left 26 people injured.
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Malaysia condemns attack on Saudi airport
KUALA LUMPUR, June 14 — Malaysia strongly condemns the missile attack on the Abha International Airport in southwestern Saudi Arabia’s Asir Province which left 26 people injured yesterday.
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Malaysia condemns the missile attack on Abha International Airport
KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — Malaysia strongly condemns the missile attack on the Abha International Airport in southwestern Saudi Arabia’s Asir Province which left 26 people injured yesterday.
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Saudi warns of oil supply threat as allies rally against Iran
MECCA, June 1 — Saudi Arabia’s King Salman today warned that “terrorist” attacks in the Gulf region could imperil global oil supplies, as he sought to galvanise support among Islamic countries...
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Oil prices rise over 1% on drone attack on Saudi Aramco facilities
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose over 1% on Tuesday after top exporter Saudi Arabia said explosive-laden drones launched by a Yemeni-armed movement aligned to Iran had attacked facilities belonging to state oil company Aramco
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Human rights group lauds govt for aid to Yemen
PETALING JAYA: The Centre for Human Rights Research and Advocacy (Centhra) today praised the government for pledging US$100,000 (RM406,700) in aid to resolve the Yemeni crisis and called for a war tri...
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Tackle root cause of Yemeni conflict – Azril Mohd Amin
FEB 25 —The Centre for Human Rights Research and Advocacy (Centhra) welcomes the commitment of the Malaysian government to assist the Yemeni people in their facing war and famine in their country by...
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Give peace a chance, factions in Yemen conflict told
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wants all factions in the Yemeni conflict to give peace a chance and allow the agreement worked out recently in Stockholm an opportunity to work.
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PM: Malaysia, Asean must guard against foreign intervention
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 23 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad warned Malaysia and its neighbours to be vigilant against the West’s meddling, saying this could plunge the region into the instability now sweeping ...
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Don’t expect us to take sides in any war, including in Yemen, says PM
KUALA LUMPUR: Putrajaya today reaffirmed the country’s non-interference policy, effectively distancing itself from the previous government’s support for the Saudi-led military campaign blamed for ...
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Yemeni pleads not guilty to fatally knocking down snatch thief
PETALING JAYA : A Yemeni student recruiter pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court, here, today to a charge of driving dangerously which caused the death of a local man who had snatched his bag...
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Yemeni claims trial to fatally knocking down snatch thief
PETALING JAYA: A Yemeni student recruiter pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to a charge of driving dangerously and causing the death of a local man who had snatched his bag whi...
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