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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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Woman fined RM3,000 For Making Unauthorised Modification of Price of 6 Units Of iPhones On Company’s Website

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KUALA LUMPUR: An electronics and furniture company worker was fined RM3,000 by the Sessions Court today for performing invalid and unauthorised modifications to the company’s website. Judge Zamri Bakar fined Lau Jia Wen, 23, after she pleaded guilty to changing the contents in the company’s website by creating a product which is an iPhone 7…

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Man Sentenced To Two Months Jail For Possesing Fake Pistol

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JOHOR BARU- A 29-year old man was sentenced to two months jail for and fined RM2,000 by the Johor Baru Magistrate Court for illegal possession of a fake pistol last month. Magistrate Azureen Sahira Saufee Afandi also ordered Muhamad Faizal Muhamad Hanafi who is self employed to four months jail if he failed to pay…

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Rape Suspect Sought As Woman Discovers Teenage Daughter Pregnant

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PENAMPANG- Police are looking for a man in his 20s after a woman claimed her 14-year-old daughter was raped and is now eight months pregnant here. District police chief Deputy Superintendent Mohd Haris Ibrahim confirmed a report was lodged by the woman on Tuesday and that investigations are continuing into the case. Investigations reveal the…

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Mavcom Refutes Tony’s Claims, Lodges Police Report

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KUALA LUMPUR- The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) today refuted AirAsia chief executive officer Tony Fernandes’ claims that the airline was pressured to cancel an additional 120 flight during the 14th General Elections period. In a statement today, Mavcom said it viewed the claims seriously and has lodged a police report against Fernandes over the allegation.…

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IGP And Army Chief Also Not Spared Spam Calls

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KUALA LUMPUR- Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Fuzi Mohamad Fuzi Harun said he, along with the Army Chief, Chief Secretary to the Government and other leaders were also not spared from receiving non-stop calls. He said the calls, from foreign numbers, had been coming in from last night. Earlier, several Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders…

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Thai Police Intensify Sungai Golok Border Security

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RANTAU PANJANG- Thai police have warned its citizens and Malaysians against crossing the border illegally, as authorities intensify operations around Sungai Golok this week. Sungai Golok police chief Pol Colonel Prayut Phongsanti said a special operation was launched yesterday to monitor illegal activities, ranging from smuggling of goods to illegal crossing, at the border areas.…

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Four Gunmen Shot Dead Off Lahad Datu Waters

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LAHAD DATA- Four gunmen were shot dead by Sabah authorities off the coast of Laut Sahabat here. Sources said that the gunmen opened fire at authorities who were conducting a joint sea patrol at around 2am Tuesday. It is believed that the authorities shot back in self-defence and killed the suspects. The motive of the…

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Suspected Kidnap-For-Ransom Group Members Shot Dead

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LAHAD DATU- Four cross-border criminals believed to be kidnap-for-ransom (KFR) group members, were shot dead by security forces at Felda Sahabat plantation here, early this morning. According to a source, a firearm was also discovered in the 2am incident after the shootout. Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Ramli Din and Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) commander…

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Uber Driver Jailed 14 Months For Having Sex With 15-Year-Old Runaway

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SINGAPORE: An Uber driver was aware that a teenage runaway whom he had picked up was underage, but that did not deter him from having sex with her. Isyam Rahmat, 36, was jailed for 14 months on Monday (May 7) after pleading guilty last month to one count of having sex with the minor, who…

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