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Singapore Court Grants Stay, Malaysian on Death Row Won’t Hang Tomorrow

Malaysian P Pannir Selvam who was due to be executed tomorrow in Singapore has at the last minute been granted a chance to challenge a previous refusal of clemency.

Covid-19: 172 New Cases, 24 Recoveries, No New Deaths

Malaysia recorded 172 new Covid-19 cases today, bringing the total to 7,417 cases.

Group Against Human Trafficking: What Happened to Wang Kelian RCI Findings?

A Penang-based group against human trafficking today questioned the fate of the RCI findings on the mass graves discovered in Wang Kelian.

Teresa Slams Rubber Board Chairman’s RM100M Plant

While tappers are dealing with falling commodity prices, the Malaysian Rubber Board is spending RM100 million on a rubber technology plant in Jerantut.

Police Now Confirm Wedding Held at Seri Kembangan Temple

After initially denying that such an event took place, police have admitted that a wedding ceremony was indeed held at a temple in Seri Kembangan during the CMCO yesterday.

Covid-19: 60 New Cases, 33 Discharged, No New Deaths

Sixty new Covid-19 positive cases were recorded as of 12 noon today, of which 53 were via local transmissions involving 44 foreigners.

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