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Belt and Road comic book banned
PETALING JAYA: The controversial comic book “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for Win Winism” has been banned.
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Propaganda comic: Police to get assistance of historians
Datuk Huzir Mohamed told a media conference that a few historians have been identified to assist the police investigation into the matter.
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The rebel in the spotlight
MALAYSIANSKINI | For many, a graduation ceremony of the nation's top university is a memorable moment in one's life - a personal milestone to be celebrated.
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20 million passengers set to enjoy lower PSC: Mavcom
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) said more than 20 million passengers in Malaysia will be able to enjoy lower Passenger Service Charges (PSCs) with the introduction of the Regu...
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PPBM man hails move to refer Ronnie Liu to DAP disciplinary committee
PETALING JAYA: A PPBM leader today lauded the DAP’s move to refer one of its assemblymen to the party’s disciplinary committee over remarks made against the prime minister.
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Wan Azizah: Liu’s statement on PH govt without Bersatu, is just an opinion
MALACCA: The claim by DAP Central Executive Committee member Ronnie Liu that the Pakatan Harapan (PH) alliance could still form a government without Bersatu, was just his personal opinion, said PH pre...
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Terrorism: Federal court upholds 20 years jail on brothers
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here today upheld the 20 years jail sentence on two brothers convicted of promoting terrorism in the country by planning to test explosives at Gunung Nuang in Hulu Langat,...
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Twitter user now a wanted man
KUALA LUMPUR: A Twitter user who allegedly posted disparaging remarks about Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador from overseas is now a want...
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Magistrate under remand on suspicion of taking bribes
A 38-year-old magistrate (right) was remanded for five days to help in investigations for allegedly accepting bribes so that a suspect in a cigarette smuggling case will not go to jail.
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King conveys his congratulations to Japanese government on Emperor Naruhito’s enthronement ceremony
TOKYO, Oct 23 — Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah has conveyed his congratulations to the Japanese government on Emperor Naruhito’s smooth enthronement...
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Man held over FB death threat against Kit Siang
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a man over a death threat on Facebook made against DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang.
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N. Sembilan govt to consider lowering price ceiling of residences for foreigners
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government is studying the possibility of lowering the existing price ceiling of RM2 million for both unsold strata and landed residences, for foreign purchasers.
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Former IDR CEO pleads not guilty to CBT of more than RM150,0000
IPOH: Former Institute Darul Ridzuan (IDR) chief executive officer (CEO) Dr Mazalan Kamis pleaded not guilty in the sessions court here today to 58 counts of criminal breach of trust (CBT), involving ...
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No evidence vape is safe to treat smoking addiction: Health Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry today stressed that it did not find any evidence or study which showed the usage of vape and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) is safe to treat smoking addiction.
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Goldman penalty of just US$2 billion for 1MDB discussed in private, say sources
KUALA LUMPUR: Again and again, Malaysia has publicly demanded that Goldman Sachs pay an eye-popping US$7.5 billion for its role in the 1MDB scandal – but privately, Malaysian negotiators are conside...
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Malaysian police confirm terrorist could be released
Unrepentant Malaysian terrorist Yazid Sufaat is set to be freed from prison next month.
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Five youths killed in an accident near Istana Besar
JOHOR JOHOR BAHRU: Five youths were killed when a Proton Hero Aeroback vehicle they were in skidded and crashed into a public bus on KM1.7 Skudai-Lido Beach near the Istana Besar Johor here yesterday ...
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Nasharudin is still a PAS member: Mohd Amar
KOTA BARU: Former PAS deputy president, Datuk Dr Nasharudin Mat Isa (pix) is still a member of PAS, said party vice president Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah.
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Health ministry probes National Neurology Registry website leak
PETALING JAYA: The health ministry has started investigations into the leak of personal data on the website of the government-linked National Neurology Registry to prevent a recurrence.
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Police rescue 10 stolen goats from butcher’s knife
GEORGE TOWN: Police rescued 10 goats from the butcher’s knife in the nick of time.
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Be patient, Mat Sabu tells Hishammuddin over tabling of Defence White Paper
KUALA LUMPUR: While it’s understandable that coming up with a complex document like a White Paper on the country’s Defence systems will take time, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein asked Defence Min...
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Ex-Johor MB Osman Sapian shortlisted for Tg Piai polls
KUALA LUMPUR: It has been confirmed that former Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian (pix) is among the front-runners to represent Pakatan Harapan (PH) in the coming Tanjung Piai by-election.
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Malaysia, Goldman discuss smaller penalty over 1MDB scandal: Bloomberg
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has discussed a $2 billion (S$2.7 billion) to $3 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the US bank's alleged role in the 1MDB scandal, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, le...
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Senior citizen charged with murder
KLUANG: A senior citizen was charged in the magistrates court here today with murdering a man in Simpang Renggam near here, early this month.
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No price discrimination for foreigners, says MASwings
KUCHING: MASwings will maintain its ticket prices for foreigners, says Sarawak Transport Minister Lee Kim Shin.
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Man wanted by cops after he shoots friend in drunken argument
KOTA KINABALU: A manhunt is on for a man who allegedly shot dead his friend during a drunken argument in Tongod on Sunday (Oct 20).
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Leiking: Third national car project to unveil prototype in six months
KUALA LUMPUR: DreamEdge Sdn Bhd, the anchor company to drive the third national car project, is aiming to unveil its first prototype in six months' time, says...
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Six PKNS employees injured in Turkey accident return home
SEPANG, Oct 23 ― The six employees of Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) who were seriously injured in a road accident in Turkey last week returned home last night.
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Form Two student claims sexual assault by hostel mates
MARANG: A woman has lodged a police report claiming her son, who is in Form Two, was bullied and forced to perform oral sex by his hostel mates.
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Mobile courts not giving migrants papers, says Sabah, Sarawak chief judge
PENAMPANG: Sabah and Sarawak Chief Judge David Wong Dak Wah has hit out over unscrupulous allegations that the Sabah courts’ late birth registration outreach exercise had been the venue for illegal ...
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Maszlee: MOE plans student unions at five public universities
The Education Ministry targets to set up student unions at five public universities next year, said its minister Maszlee Malik.
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Lawyer seeks declaration that Tamil, Chinese schools can’t exist
PUTRAJAYA: A lawyer has filed a motion to seek a declaration from the Federal Court that it is unconstitutional for Parliament to pass an amendment to the Education Act 1966 for the continued existenc...
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Freed of 1MDB taint, Malaysia's tallest tower opens its doors
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's tallest skyscraper is ready to take in tenants from December, its developer said on Wednesday (Oct 23), looking to move past its links to the 1MDB scandal and focus on making...
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