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SIM card seller poses as cop to prevent bike repossession, gets arrested
KOTA KINABALU: A youth was detained for posing as a policeman to prevent his motorcycle from being repossessed.
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Illegal wildlife farm in Sibu busted
MIRI: In yet another wildlife rescue, enforcement officers moved in on a farm located in the Sibu district and seized some two dozen mammals, birds and crocodiles.
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Police on hunt for alleged child molester in Nilai
SEREMBAN: Police were looking for a Bangladeshi man for allegedly molesting a five-year-old girl at a curtain shop in Nilai 3, near here, on Wednesday.
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Police on hunt for alleged child molester in Nilai
SEREMBAN, Oct 14 — Police were looking for a Bangladeshi man for allegedly molesting a five-year-old girl at a curtain shop in Nilai 3, near here, on Wednesday.
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Teacher among five nabbed over alleged involvement in LTTE
Principal assistant director of the Counter-Terrorism Division (E8) of the Special Branch in Bukit Aman Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay speaking during a press conference today.
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Group of 5 robs dealer of 3 trucks in Malaysia
KAJANG, Malaysia - A group of armed men stole three Ford Ranger Raptor trucks from a showroom near Sungai Jelok here.
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Robbers posing as Immigration officers nabbed
PETALING JAYA: Two men masquerading as Immigration Department officers were among three people apprehended by police after a sundry shop robbery in Kelana Jaya.
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Police bust fake work permit syndicate, 17 arrested
SHAH ALAM: A syndicate producing fake work permits for foreigners has been busted, with the arrest of 17 individuals including two ringleaders in 11 raids conducted in Klang and Shah Alam yesterday an...
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Group of five robs dealer of three trucks in Malaysia
KAJANG, Malaysia - A group of armed men stole three Ford Ranger Raptor trucks from a showroom near Sungai Jelok here.
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Group of five robs dealer of three trucks
KAJANG: A group of armed men stole three Ford Ranger Raptor trucks from a showroom near Sungai Jelok here.
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Two companies plead guilty to negligence, leading to deaths of workers
IPOH: Representatives from two companies pleaded guilty in a Sessions Court here to negligence that resulted in the deaths of two workers in separate cases.
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Govt to disclose reasons of citizenship rejection
CITIZENSHIP applicants will be given a reason should their applications be rejected, says Datuk Azis Jamman.
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No need for RCI on MyKad and birth certificate related crimes, says Azis
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no need for a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to look into the syndicate selling Malaysian birth certificates and MyKad to...
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Singapore supplier fined S$50,000 for affixing ‘Safety’ marks on unregistered charging adapters
SINGAPORE, Oct 9 — Gadget supplier iPassion Group has been fined S$50,000 (RM151,712) for putting “Safety” stickers on unregistered charging adapters used for personal mobility devices (PMDs) an...
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Son shocked to see father engulfed in flames in Gombak
GOMBAK: A son was shocked when he saw that his father had set himself alight in their garage at their home here.
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Foul smelling water: Air Selangor receives 94 more complaints
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 3): Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) has received 94 more complaints on foul smelling water from consumers, bringing to 1,046 the total number of complaints lodged by c...
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Foul-smelling water: Air Selangor receives 94 new complaints
KUALA LUMPUR: Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) has received 94 new complaints on foul-smelling water from consumers, bringing to 1,046 the total number of complaints lodged by consumers ...
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Skeletal remains found in bushes in Balakong
KAJANG: The skeletal remains of a man were discovered in the bushes at Taman Sri Timah, Balakong here.
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Man, 37, wanted by police in connection with RM11,000 cheating cases
KUCHING: A 37-year-old man is wanted by police to assist with investigations into two cheating cases totalling over RM11,000. The individual concerned is Syed Haidil Syed Ahmad, bearing identity card...
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Two duped in Johor land scams
JOHOR BARU - A businessman, who paid a deposit for a piece of land for sand mining, was instead duped of thousands of ringgit in a scam.
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Police to probe rally held in support of HK protests
PETALING JAYA: Police will be calling in organisers and participants of a rally held in Kuala Lumpur over the weekend to show solidarity with pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
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Two duped in Johor land scams
JOHOR BARU: A businessman, who paid a deposit for a piece of land for sand mining, was instead duped of thousands of ringgit in a scam.
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Cops to call organisers, participants of rally backing HK protesters
PETALING JAYA: Police will be calling in organisers and participants of a rally held over the weekend to show solidarity with pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
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Man in Malaysia dies after being stabbed in the neck during argument
PETALING JAYA - A war of words turned into tragedy when a man died after he was stabbed in the neck during an argument.
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Foul smell in river traced to waste dumping
SHAH ALAM: The odour pollution in Sungai Semenyih, which resulted in the closure of the Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant (LRA) for about 10 hours, is believed to...
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Foul smell in Sungai Semenyih caused by illegal dumping of waste into sewerage system
SHAH ALAM: The odour pollution in Sungai Semenyih, which resulted in the closure of the Sungai Semenyih Water Treatment Plant (LRA) for about 10 hours from 5pm yesterday, is believed to be caused by t...
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Penang amok case: Three detained for posting sensitive statements
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have detained three men for allegedly posting seditious and sensitive statements on the social media in connection with the amok incident in Bayan Lepas, Penang on Monday.
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Penang amok case: Three detained for posting sensitive statements
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have detained three men for allegedly posting seditious and sensitive statements on social media in connection with the amok incident that happened in Bayan Lepas, Penang on Monda...
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Malaysian man holds father at knife-point over $6.60
"I will kill you," a drug addict screamed as he held a knife to his own father's neck - just because the latter refused to give him RM20 (S$6.60), reported Kosmo!. During the 4.30pm incident on Wedn...
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Father held at knife-point over RM20
“I will kill you,” a drug addict screamed as he held a knife to his own father’s neck – just because the latter refused to give him RM20, reported Kosmo!.
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11 held, human trafficking ring crippled
KUALA LUMPUR: Police said they have crippled a cross-border human trafficking syndicate with the arrest of 11 suspects, including the mastermind, and discovery of 66 victims this month.
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Bateq deaths confirmed linked to measles
PUTRAJAYA: Investigations into the deaths of 15 Bateq in Kuala Koh, Kelantan found that the fatalities were mostly linked to measles, and not due to water polluted by heavy metals, says the Health Ministry.
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Woman dies of shock, home and vehicles destroyed in fire caused by thugs
IPOH: A woman died after witnessing a group of thugs vandalise her son’s car, while her home of 30 years and four vehicles belonging to family members were destroyed shortly after, in a fire believe...
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Govt retiree loses RM575,350 in telephone scam
KEPALA BATAS: A government retiree lost RM575,350 after being duped by a telephone scam syndicate which alleged she was involved in money laundering here recently, said North Seberang Perai police chi...
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Police find abused child during raid on mother’s boyfriend
GEORGE TOWN: Police not only tracked down a drug suspect at a rented room in Jalan Jelutong here on Sunday but also rescued a five-year-old boy who had clearly been physically abused.
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Newborn found dead in Malaysia bus terminal toilet
KUANTAN: A newborn baby boy was found dead in a toilet at a bus terminal in Pahang, Malaysia on Monday (Sep 23) after a cleaner noticed that the toilet was clogged and had blood in it.
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American tourist dies after car ploughs into him
KUCHING: An American tourist who was knocked down by a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) on Jalan Padungan here yesterday morning while crossing the road, died about two hours later at the Sarawak General H...
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IGP warns MyKad syndicates of action under Sosma
KUALA LUMPUR: Syndicates which produce and sell fake birth certificates and identity cards to foreigners could face action under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012, the Inspector-Genera...
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Sosma can be used against perpetrators selling fake MyKads
KUALA LUMPUR: The Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma) can be used against individuals involved in syndicates which produce and sell fake birth certificates and identity cards (MyKad)...
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'Sosma can be used against perpetrators selling fake MyKads'
The Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma) can be used against individuals involved in syndicates which produce and sell fake birth certificates and identity cards (MyKad) to foreigners...
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IGP: Sosma can be used against perpetrators selling fake MyKads
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — The Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma) can be used against individuals involved in syndicates which produce and sell fake birth certificates and identity c...
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Cops arrest six, seize cigarettes worth RM5.1m in Puchong
KUALA LUMPUR: Police busted a cigarette smuggling syndicate after arresting six men, including three Myanmar nationals during a raid in a house in Puchong, near here, Wednesday.
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Cops arrest six, seize cigarettes worth RM5.1 million in Puchong
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 19): Police busted a cigarette smuggling syndicate after arresting six men, including three Myanmar nationals during a raid in a house in Puchong, near here yesterday.
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Haze: Sarawak Disaster Management Committee ready for possible emergency
KUCHING: The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee is ready to respond, if the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading for the ongoing haze in Sri Aman breaches the 500 mark, prompting an emergency declarat...
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Sarawak Disaster Management Committee ready for possible haze emergency
KUCHING, Sept 18 — The Sarawak Disaster Management Committee is ready to respond, if the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading for the ongoing haze in Sri Aman breaches the 500 mark, prompting an emerge...
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Haze: Sarawak Disaster Management Committee ready for possible emergency
Downtown Kuching has been shrouded in haze with the API hovering over 200 since the weekend.
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Cops arrest two pushers, seize RM1.9mil worth of drugs to derail drug ring
KUALA LUMPUR: A drug distribution ring has been derailed with the arrest of two of its pushers on Friday (Sept 13).
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Customs foil attempt to smuggle 4,450 cartons of cigarettes worth over RM600K
JOHOR BARU: The Customs Department foiled an attempt to smuggle 4,450 cartons of cigarettes worth more than RM600,000 at the Bangunan Sultan Iskandar...
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Foreigner found stabbed to death in car
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A Bangladeshi man in his early 30s was found dead with stab wounds to his face, arms and abdomen in the driver’s seat of a car in...
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Mechanic loses savings to scammer posing as cop
KUANTAN: A mechanic lost his savings totalling RM27,400 yesterday after he transferred the money to an account purported to belong to Bank Negara, on the instructions of a scammer posing as a police o...
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Mechanic loses life savings after transferring money to 'Bank Negara' on scammer's instructions
KUANTAN (Bernama): A mechanic lost his life savings totalling RM27,400 on Friday (Sept 13) after he transferred the money to an account purportedly...
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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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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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Arrests for 'insults' demonstrate need for legal reform
LETTER | ARTICLE 19 is deeply concerned by the recent arrest of four individuals in relation to social media posts touching on issues of race and religion.
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Cops arrest NRD officer and 20 others; bust fake ID syndicate
PETALING JAYA: The police have busted a syndicate specialising in creating fraudulent identification papers after arresting several members, including an officer from...
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Police begin probe into MyKad fake news
PETALING JAYA: Investigations are underway following two police reports lodged by the National Registration Department (NRD) in connection with the dissemination of fake news that it granted MyKad to Chinese nationals recently.
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Cops nab four men for attacking bouncer with parang
JOHOR BARU: Police arrested four men after they attacked a bouncer with a parang causing him to lose a finger after a melee at a pub here on Thursday (Sept 5).
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Indonesian trader loses RM1.2m in fake police raid
KUALA LUMPUR: An Indonesian businessman lost over RM1.2 million after he was double-crossed by his “business partners” apparently in a staged police raid.
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death was due to negligence
Army medical personnel administer first aid to Mohd Zahir after he was shot during the launch gimmick in Lok Kawi, Sabah.
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Major Zahir’s death due to negligence, say cops
KUALA LUMPUR: Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday indicate negligence.
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death was due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR: Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya (pix) who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday indicated negligence.
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Cops launch probe after journalist receives death threat
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are investigating a report lodged by a Malay daily journalist who received death threat via email on Sept 8.
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 ― Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday indicated negligence.
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Cops believe Mejar Zahir's death likely due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Investigations so far into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday (Sept...
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Cops believe Major Zahir's death was due to negligence
Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya who was killed in a shooting demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp in Sabah last Wednesday indicated negligence.
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Minister to be summoned
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman will call up several individuals, including a minister, who were alleged to have defamed controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik, says Bukit...
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CID chief: Cops using various means to track down Farhash over Ampang brawl
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman is using various means to track down Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak in connection with a brawl in Ampang on...
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Malaysia to send diplomatic note to Indonesia over worsening haze
KUCHING (Sept 7): Malaysia will send a diplomatic note to Indonesia so that immediate action can be taken to put out forest fires that have been causing haze in the country.
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Malaysia to send diplomatic note to Indonesia over worsening haze
KUCHING (Sept 6): Malaysia will send a diplomatic note to Indonesia so that immediate action can be taken to put out forest fires that have been causing haze in the country.
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Husband and wife held for alleged murder of their infant
KUALA LUMPUR: A Myanmar couple has been detained to assist in investigations into the alleged murder of their newborn daughter whose body was found in a dumpster at the premises of an apartment buildi...
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Husband and wife held for alleged murder of their infant
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A Myanmar couple has been detained to assist in investigations into the alleged murder of their newborn daughter, whose body was found in a...
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Myanmar couple accused of suffocating, then discarding baby in Seri Kembangan dumpster
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 6 — A Myanmar couple has been detained to assist investigations into the alleged murder of their newborn daughter whose body was found in a dumpster at the premises of an apartmen...
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Security guard allegedly kills supervisor over unpaid wages
PETALING JAYA: A security guard of an apartment along Jalan 13/2 here allegedly beat a supervisor to death, after he was not paid his wages.
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Police detain Samoan woman following discovery of newborn baby
KUALA LUMPUR: A Samoan woman was detained by police on suspicion of dumping a newborn baby into a trash bin in a restroom on the National Monument grounds, here yesterday.
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Newborn baby found dead at Tugu Negara vicinity, cops arrest Samoan woman
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A Samoan woman was detained by police on suspicion of dumping a newborn baby into a trash bin in a restroom on the National...
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Samoan woman detained after dead baby found in garbage bin at Tugu Negara
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — A Samoan woman was detained by police on suspicion of dumping a newborn baby into a trash bin in a restroom on the National Monument grounds here today.
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Don’t stir up sensitive issues – CID director
Datuk Huzir Mohamed – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: Police have reminded the people not to play up issues which touch on racial sensitivities of the plural society in this country.
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Serial burglar shot dead
KOTA KINABALU: A man wanted for over a dozen robbery and burglary cases was shot dead after he tried to attack police with a machete during an early morning raid near Taman Palm Height in Lahad Datu. The 28-year-old, believed to be an illegal immigrant, tried to...
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Wanted suspect shot dead after trying to attack policemen
KOTA KINABALU: Police in Sabah's Lahad Datu district shot dead a wanted suspect during a raid at about 3.20am on Saturday (Aug 31).
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Five youths arrested for reckless riding, not having driver's licence
KUALA LUMPUR: Five youths were arrested after recklessly riding their motorcycles along Dataran Merdeka just as the country was getting ready to celebrate the...
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Singapore court sentences Malaysian who illegally entered country and stayed 23 years to six months’ jail
SINGAPORE, Aug 31 — A Malaysian national who overstayed in the Republic for 23 years and built a life with his family here was sentenced to the maximum six months’ jail yesterday.
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MDs plead guilty to negligence
IPOH: Representatives from two companies pleaded guilty in a Sessions Court to being negligent that resulted in the deaths of two workers in separate cases.
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Two MDs plead guilty to negligently causing deaths of workers
IPOH: Two managing directors from different companies pleaded guilty in a Sessions Court here on Thursday (Aug 29) to negligently causing the death of their workers.
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Three killed in shootout with police in Bukit Mertajam
GEORGE TOWN: Three men, believed to be foreigners and members of the notorious ‘Geng Tebuk’ that were involved in a spate of robberies as well as house and factory break-in cases, were killed in a...
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Body of baby girl found in garbage bin at Bukit Serdang apartment
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — The body of a newborn girl was discovered inside a rubbish storage bin at an apartment in Bukit Serdang, Seri Kembangan today.
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Man in Malaysia loses S$138,870 in staged robbery
PETALING JAYA - A man who thought he was getting a really good deal by exchanging US dollars at a higher rate lost more than US$100,000 (S$138,870) in a staged robbery.
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Man loses US$100,000 in staged robbery
PETALING JAYA: A man who thought he was getting a really good deal by exchanging US dollars at a higher rate lost more than US$100,000 in a staged robbery.
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Police seize drugs worth RM200k, two arrested in Serdang
SERDANG: Authorities busted two drug dealers just as they were about to carry out a transaction.
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Retired cop, grandson killed in accident on East-West Highway
IPOH: A retired policeman and his grandson were killed after the car they were in skidded and collided with a lorry laden with cooking gas cylinders at KM38.8 of the East-West Highway, near the Bandin...
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Stop all actions which can jeopardise public order: IGP
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have warned all quarters to stop raising sensitive issues and to immediately cease all forms of action that can aggravate the situation, including planned peaceful assemblies.
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Police arrest 100 Chinese nationals in operation against online gambling (Updated)
KUALA LUMPUR: An illegal online gambling syndicate made up of Chinese nationals which had been operating from rented bungalows in a plush residential area in Mon’t Kiara was busted by police yesterd...
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NGO under probe over alleged misuse of govt allocations to help Indian students
PETALING JAYA: A popular voluntary group involved in raising the educational level of Indian students in the country is under investigation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) over alle...
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Investigation paper into Bangi road rage death submitted
SHAH ALAM: Police said an investigation paper (IP) on their probe into the death of Syed Muhammad Danial Syed Syakir has been submitted to the deputy public prosecutor’s (DPP) office and the suspect...
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6 men arrested over Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI: Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman here, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here four days after he was reported missing on June 29.
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Six men arrested over Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI: Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here, four days after he was reported missing on June 29.
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12,479 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes seized, largest haul in last five years: ICA
SINGAPORE - A total of 12,479 cartons of duty-unpaid cigarettes were found encased in concrete blocks in a lorry at Tuas Checkpoint, the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said in a statement o...
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Zakir’s PR status a human right acknowledged around the world - PAS
The permanent resident (PR) status, such as that accorded to controversial Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik by the Malaysian government, is a human right acknowledged around the world, said PAS.
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Six men arrested for Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI, Aug 19 — Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman here, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here four days after he was reported missing o...
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PAS chief calls for ‘rational discussion' on Zakir Naik
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang today called for rational discussion that is based on the respect of national unity and safety for all, especially when talking about...
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JIPS probing slow police response to house robbery
PETALING JAYA: A probe is being conducted to look into claims that police had taken time responding to a robbery at a house in Rawang.
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