DNA testing on a pelvic bone found at a construction site has shown it was from missing Aussie grandmother Annapuranee Jenkins.
Caretaker Chief Minister Shafie Apdal has voiced concern that a political coup may still take place in Sabah even after a new state government is formed.
The High Court here allowed applications by Muhyiddin Yassin and three others to strike out a lawsuit against them by Dr Mahathir and four others to challenge their termination from the party.
The Lebanese cabinet announced on Wednesday a state of emergency in Beirut for two weeks, while the death toll from the deadly blasts at the Beirut port has climbed to 135.
Police have confirmed that a Nepali security guard whose assault on video went viral last week is being investigated for allegedly outraging the modesty of an Indonesian woman.
Hishammuddin Hussein said today that the Ministry of Health has issued him a compound for smoking an e-cigarette inside the Dewan Rakyat earlier this week.
Musa Aman is suing Sabah governor Juhar Mahiruddin for dissolving the state legislative assembly rather than accepting the former chief minister’s claim of having majority support in the house.
Yet another Umno leader said Bersatu should end any expectations of contesting Umno's traditional seats.
A third individual, who is the girlfriend of the main suspect in the murder of a female lecturer who was strangled last Wednesday, will have her statement recorded soon.
A 43-year-old lorry driver who was arrested last month in Kajang for prostituting his 13-year-old daughter and wife is expected to face multiple charges for the crime on Thursday.
The women’s wing of PH has condemned Siti Zailah for her carelessness in exposing the identity of an underage child of a murder victim.