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Sivarasa Freed Of Two Charges Regarding Fake Magazine Cover Of Najib

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KUALA LUMPUR- The Sessions Court has acquitted and discharged Sungai Buloh MP R. Sivarasa (pic) of two charges of creating and uploading a fake Time magazine cover of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s to his Facebook page. Judge Zaman Mohd Noor acquitted and discharged Sivarasa after the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission’s…

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CEO Remanded For Allegedly Manipulating Project Tenders For Putrajaya

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PUTRAJAYA- A chief executive officer of a government-linked company has been remanded in connection with alleged abuse of power in awarding tenders for construction projects. The 59-year-old, a Datuk will be held for three days until June 30 after magistrate Shah Wira Abdul Halim granted the remand application by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) prosecutors on…

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11 Football Fans Killed Within 24 Hours Of Mexico’s World Cup Game

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MEXICO CITY- Eleven football fans were shot and killed in Mexico following the nation’s win against South Korea in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, police said. The first of two attacks took place along the Texas border around 11am local time, when six people were killed in a shooting as they sat watching the…

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Bodies Of Old Man And His Two Young Grand Kids Found At Marudi Jetty, Sarawak

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MIRI- An elderly man and his two young grandchildren were found drowned near the jetty of Marudi town, located in the interior of northern Sarawak. The State Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba), in its latest report, said rescue personnel from Bomba Marudi recovered the three bodies from the river at about 9am on June 22.…

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Former State Forestry Director Jailed For Corruption Over Logging Permits

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KUALA TERENGGANU- A former director with the state Forestry Department was slapped with a RM30,000 fine and 12 months’ jail on Wednesday (June 20) after he was found guilty of three counts of corruption at the Sessions Court here. Datuk Azmi Nordin, 59, had been charged with accepting bribes amounting to RM60,000 on three separate…

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Motorcyclist Hits Bus Driver In The Face, Breaking Two Teeth

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BUTTERWORTH- A factory bus driver suffered two broken teeth when he was punched in the face by a motorcyclist yesterday evening. The incident happened near the Sungai Dua toll plaza at 7.30pm. The 65-year-old victim had experienced a brake malfunction and crashed into the back of a Honda Civic. Seberang Prai Utara district police chief…

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Dr Setev: My life Has Been Ruined As If Destroyed By A Tsunami

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KUALA LUMPUR- After 12 years of perseverance, Dr Setev Shaariibuu (pic) says he hopes to seek justice and closure over the death of his daughter Altantuya Shaariibuu, the Mongolian model who was murdered in 2006. “I have suffered a lot for the past 12 years. My life has been ruined as if it’s just been…

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Shocking! Kepong Toddler Dies After Uncle Stabs Her 30 Times

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KUALA LUMPUR- A 3-year-old girl died after she was stabbed 30 times by a relative at her home in Taman Kepong at 8.30pm yesterday. The toddler was brutally attacked by her 21-year-old uncle who was allegedly high on drugs. It is learnt that the suspect murdered the girl while he was playing with her in…

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Altantuya’s Father To Meet Dr M On Wednesday

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KUALA LUMPUR- The father of murdered Mongolian model Altantuya Shaariibuu will be meeting with the Prime Minister on Wednesday (June 20). The family’s lawyer, Ramkarpal Singh confirmed that Dr Setev Shaariibuu (pic) would meet Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at 5pm in Putrajaya. Dr Setev would be meeting Attorney General Tommy Thomas at 3pm on Tuesday…

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Penang Police Seize RM300k Worth Of Heroin, Eramin 5, Ketamine

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GEORGE TOWN- Police seized drugs worth RM300,000 and arrested several people during two separate raids here. In a 12.45am raid in Jelutong on June 10, police nabbed a man at a flat and seized 1,400 Eramin 5 pills and 52.66gm of Ketamine, valued at RM26,260. State police chief Datuk A Thaiveegan said in a follow-up…

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Boy Killed In Jet Ski Mishap In Batu Ferringhi

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GEORGE TOWN- A family vacation ended in tragedy when a nine-year-old boy was killed in a jet ski accident in the Batu Ferringhi beach here yesterday evening. Jordan Phang Wen Jie, from Selangor, died when the jet ski he was on collided with another machine ridden by his mother. A post-mortem revealed that the victim…

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Musa Urged To Come Forward For Cops To Complete Probe

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KOTA KINABALU – The Sabah police urged former chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman whose whereabouts are unknown to come forward to facilitate investigations into a police report against him lodged by Sabah Yang Dipertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin. Sabah police commissioner Datuk Ramli Din said the cooperation from Musa would help expedite the investigations.…

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Nicaraguan Bishops Meet Again With President After Weeks Of Violence

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MEXICO CITY- Nicaraguan bishops met embattled president Daniel Ortega on Thursday, presenting a proposal for what they called “democratisation” of the country after weeks of protests that have killed at least 127 people. The bishops, who called off talks they had brokered between Ortega’s government and civilian groups last week after particularly brutal violence on…

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US Mother And Boyfriend Tortured Son To Death Because They Thought He Was Gay

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A judge sentenced a California mother to life in prison Thursday and gave her boyfriend the death penalty in the “beyond animalistic” killing of the woman’s eight-year-old son, who prosecutors say was tortured to death because the couple believed he was gay. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge George Lomeli told the couple that he…

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IGP: Kadir Jasin To Be Investigated For Sedition

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KUALA LUMPUR- Police are investigating veteran newsman Datuk A. Kadir Jasin for sedition and defamation, says Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun. The Inspector-General of Police said that three police reports have been lodged against Kadir after he had posted on his personal blog that some RM257mil was spent for the upkeep and personal expenditure of…

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Thailand Shocked As Rejected Men Resort To Murder

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BANGKOK- Two separate cases in which young Thai men failed to get the reconciliations they desired, and then fatally shot their ex-girlfriends before turning the guns on themselves, have left Thai society perplexed and worried about youths’ response nowadays in the wake of rejection. The two tragedies ended with the deaths of two young women…

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Court Rejects Arrest Of Korean Air ‘Nut Rage’ Matriarch

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SEOUL- A Seoul court has turned down a request from prosecutors to arrest the matriarch of the troubled Korean Air dynasty over multiple assault charges, sparking public anger. Lee Myung-hee, the wife of Korean Air chairman Cho Yang-ho, was released from police custody late Monday after the Seoul Central District Court refused to issue an…

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‘I Thought He Was A Brave Warrior’, Azmin Takes A Dig At Jamal

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SHAH ALAM- Datuk Seri Azmin Ali couldn’t help but take a dig at Sungai Besar Umno chief Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos who bolted from police custody and is now a fugitive. At his final meeting with state civil servants at the state secretariat Monday, the outgoing Selangor Mentri Besar said many refreshing changes have come…

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‘Datin’ Who Assaulted Maid Out On Bail Pending Appeal Of Increased Sentence

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PUTRAJAYA- A housewife who was mistaken as a Datin by the media, has been released on bail pending appeal of an increased sentence for abusing her maid. The Court of Appeal allowed Rozita Mohamad Ali, 44 – who made headlines for abusing her maid and was sentenced to eight years’ jail – to be released…

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Man Charged With Murder Of Three Siblings In Bagan Datuk

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TELUK INTAN- A maintenance worker was charged at the Magistrate’s Court here today with the murder of three siblings at a house in Kampung Sungai Haji Muhammad in Bagan Datuk, on May 17. The accused, Shahrul Pitri Jusoh, 35, was also charged with three counts of attempted murder and a charge of causing hurt to…

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Tawau Man Caught Smuggling Out RM12,000 Worth Of Cooking Oil

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TAWAU- Marine police here detained a man in possession of 300 boxes of subsidised cooking oil worth RM12,450 at the Longpon jetty at Tanjung Batu. He was in the process of transporting the goods to Kuala Sungai Aji Kuning near Indonesian waters without permission when he was arrested at 10.10am. In a statement, Eastern Sabah…

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Bintulu Records 48 Measles Cases Since April

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KUCHING — Forty-eight cases of measles recorded in Bintulu from April 13 to May 21 this year. Sarawak Health Department director Dr Jamilah Hashim said of the total, 19 cases were epidemic while the rest were sporadic (single) cases. She said it involved eight areas comprising residential areas, workers quarters at sawmill and kindergartens. “Of…

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Man Who Went Amok Told Aunt He Felt Uneasy

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TELUK INTAN- “I feel ‘libang-libu (uneasy).” Those were the words of a 35-year-old amok suspect when he met his aunt two days before he allegedly killed three siblings and injured four others at Kampung Sungai Haji Muhammad, Rungkup here yesterday. The aunt, who refused to be named, said she went to the the suspect’s home…

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PM Disagrees With The Arrest Of A Man For Insulting Him

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KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has expressed his disagreement over the arrest of a man suspected of insulting the prime minister. In a Twitter post today, Dr Mahathir said he had informed the police of this and that the Pakatan Harapan government would review the law used in the case. According to the police,…

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Businesswoman To Submit Representation To Withdraw Charge Against Her

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KUALA LUMPUR- A businesswoman with the title ‘Datuk’ who was charged with accessing the computer of an information technology manager without permission to obtain three files on Kelab Taman Perdana Diraja (Royal Lake Club) meetings will be making representation to the Attorney General’s Chambers to drop the charge against her. Counsel R. Ramesh Sivakumar who…

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Rape And Robbery Suspect Nabbed After Dropping Personal Document At Scene

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KUCHING- A personal document found after a teenage girl claimed she was raped and robbed in Kenyalang Park here, has led police to a suspect around midnight. The 32-year-old local was apprehended by a team of detectives at an unnumbered house along Jalan Manggris here at 12.10am, less than 12-hours after the 17-year-old girl told…

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Altantuya Case: Sirul Should Face New Trial, Says Anwar

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SYDNEY- A man who fled Malaysia after being sentenced to hang for the killing of a Mongolian model, in a scandal linked to his country’s ousted government, should face a new trial, political leader Anwar Ibrahim reportedly said Thursday. Former Malaysian police officer Sirul Azhar Umar, who is now in Australian custody, has claimed he…

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KK Waterfront Investors Vent Fury Over RM38 Million In Unpaid Rental

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KOTA KINABALU- Over 230 investors of the Kota Kinabalu Waterfront project here are seeking justice over unpaid rental of over RM38 million, as promised to them by guarantors. Calling themselves the “Oceanus 50,” the group said that commercial units at the Oceanus Mall were sold on a “lease back” basis, with rental payable to purchasers…

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Man Who Promised To Marry Rape Victim Arrested

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KINABATANGAN- A plantation worker was detained for raping a student at the Genting Teneggang plantation near Jerocco here. The teenage worker turned himself in at the Kinabatangan police station yesterday at about 10am after the victim lodged a police report on Tuesday. The rape incidents occured on May 5 and the recent one was last…

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Police Storm Drug Processing Laboratory Lab In Air Itam, Confiscate Heroin, Syabu

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GEORGE TOWN- Penang police busted a drug processing laboratory in Bandar Baru Air Itam and confiscated RM723,000 worth of heroin and syabu in separate raids on Monday. Two men were also detained to assist in investigations. State police chief Datuk A. Thaiveegan said in the first raid at 4pm, police nabbed a 42-year-old man in…

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