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Anwar: Give Space for Rafizi to Think over Decision

Rafizi Ramli should be given space to think deeply whether to return to active politics or otherwise, said Anwar Ibrahim.

Gruesome Discovery: Corpse Being Eaten by Monitor Lizard

What was thought to be a monitor lizard eating the carcass of a buffalo turned out to be a corpse.

Court Rejects Najib’s Bid to Postpone SRC Trial’s Defence

Najib failed in his application to postpone his SRC's defence trial scheduled to commence on Dec 3.

EC: Not True That Mobile Campaign Permit Ruling Introduced Midway

The directive on police permit for mobile campaigns was made known to those concerned after the close of nominations for the Tg Piai by-election on Nov 2,

Felda Sues Isa, Shahrir, 18 Others over Dubious Jalam Semarak Land

Felda seeking compensations from all 20 defendants.

Perak Exco Paul Yong Back at Work Amid Ongoing Rape Trial

Tronoh state assemblyman Paul Yong announced today he has resumed his duties as state exco.

Cops Nab Four Suspected Robbers, 81 Hermes Handbags Worth RM6M Recovered

Police arrested four men and recovered 81 Hermes brand handbags worth RM6 million which the Raju Gang robbed from a bungalow in Jalan Duta on Oct 3.

Tun Hussein Onn Foundation Agrees to Forfeiture of RM2M 1MDB-Linked funds

Tun Hussein Onn Foundation has agreed to forfeit funds of RM1,980,328.37, which was frozen in its account for allegedly linked to the 1MDB scandal, to the government.

Two Teens Charged with Murder of Fellow Tahfiz Student

Two teenage boys were charged in the Temerloh Magistrate’s Court with the murder of seven-year-old Mohammad Aimin Nurul Amin at a tahfiz centre.

Babysitter Who Stuffed Chilli into Boy’s Mouth, Causing Death, Back in...

A babysitter who shoved a green chilli into the mouth of a toddler, causing him to choke to death, today returned to jail after the Court of Appeal enhanced her 18-month sentence to 10 years.

Son Stabs Mum, Pushes Her Corpse on Wheelchair

A woman was killed after being stabbed on the neck with a kitchen knife by her deranged son in Taman Kampung Padang, Kuantan.

Paul Yong Rape Trial: DPP Wants Witnesses’ Protection

The prosecution in the rape case involving Paul Yong has applied for its witnesses, including the victim, to be given witness protection.

Najib’s RM1.7B Tax Case Stalled by Objection to IRB Lawyer

A shouting match between two senior lawyers stalled the IRB suit to recover RM1.69 billion from Najib after defence lawyers challenged the prosecution’s appointment of DP Naban.

Wisma Putra to Send Official Letter to India on Zakir Naik...

The foreign ministry will send an official letter to the Indian government to explain Malaysia’s stance in not sending controversial preacher Zakir Naik back to his country of origin.

Plans to Impose Cash Transaction Limit of RM25K from Next Year

Malaysia is planning to impose a cash transaction limit (CTL) of RM25,000 starting next year to further strengthen the country’s financial integrity.

Why Syed Saddiq Needs to Resign

It is time Prime Minister weed out the under-performers and high on the list should be Syed Saddiq.

Anwar: Give Space for Rafizi to Think over Decision

Rafizi Ramli should be given space to think deeply whether to return to active politics or otherwise, said Anwar Ibrahim.

Viral Audio Clip Suggests Paul Yong Returned to Work Without Party Consent

Paul Yong’s return to legislative duties while facing trial for alleged rape appears to have been without the consent of his leaders in Perak DAP.

Pastor Raymond Koh: 1,000 Days of Unanswered Questions

It has been 1,000 days since Raymond Koh was abducted from his car in broad daylight and his family continue to demand to know his whereabouts.

Tg Piai a Perfect Riposte to Dr M’s Hubris

The hammering PH suffered in the Tg Piai by-election yesterday ought to be the perfect antidote to Dr Mahathir's hubris, the pride that goes before a fall.

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