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Fighting terrorism financing gains Malaysia world’s confidence, says Zahid

Malaysia's legal and regulatory framework in fighting terrorism financing has gained the world's confidence, said Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. The regulatory initiatives have...

North Korean suspect is a chemistry expert

A North Korean arrested over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam has expertise in chemistry, reported The Star Online. Jong-nam was the half-brother North Korean leader...

Jamilah’s victory a birthday, anniversary gift for Adenan

Jamilah Anu's landslide victory for the Tanjong Datu state seat was a birthday present for her late husband Adenan Satem, reported NST Online. It was...

Hadi hopes amendment to Act will succeed

PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang hoped that the proposal to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965, or Act 355, would succeed and...

Tanjong Datu in for more progress following Jamilah’s victory, says Najib

Prime Minister Najib Razak is confident that Jamilah Anu from Barisan Nasional, who won the Tanjong Datu by-election today, will bring in more progress...

BN wins Tanjong Datu by-election with bigger majority

Barisan Nasional has won the Tanjong Datu by-election with an even bigger majority than in the last Sarawak state election. BN candidate Jamilah Anu defeated...

EPF declares 5.7 per cent dividend for 2016

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has declared a 5.7 per cent dividend for 2016, with the total payout amounting to RM37.08 billion, a commendable...

Gathering 355 under control as at 6pm, says police

The gathering 355 which was attended by thousands of people at Padang Merbok today was reported to be under control without any undesired incident...

Couple detained for allegedly cheating businessmen over Bukit Aman tenders

The Selangor police have detained a husband and wife for allegedly cheating several businessmen since 2013 on the pretext of helping the victims to...

Government to maintain status quo in civil service

The federal government will neither increase nor reduce the number of civil servants but will instead seek to redeploy staff if new designations are...

Election Commission sees Tanjong Datu by-election as ‘warm up’ for general election

The Tanjong Datu state by-election is an opportune warming up for the Election Commission (EC) in facing the coming 14th general election (GE14). Its chairman...

Anti Hadi’s Bill rally happening in PJ

As the 'purple wave' takes over Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur for the Act 355 Rally, another one, albeit a smaller gathering, is underway...

Himpunan355 kicks off in KL

The Act 355 Rally or Himpunan 355 is currently taking place at Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur, with many turning up dressed in purple. On...

North Korea must abide by Malaysia’s law on Kim Jong-nam’s post-mortem, says Subra

North Korea must abide to the provisions of the law set by Malaysia in the process of conducting a post mortem in the country,...

Eight polling centres closed, 61 per cent turnout as of 1pm

Eight of the 16 polling centres in the Tanjong Datu state by-election have closed as of 1 pm today. According to the Commission Election (EC),...

Teenagers on bicycles killed, mowed down by car

Eight male teenagers on bicycles were killed after they were mowed down by a car in Jalan Lingkaran Dalam, beside the Mahmoodiah cemetery, near...

IGP dismisses North Korea’s allegation of delay in releasing Jong-nam’s remains

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar has dismissed North Korea's allegation that Malaysia was purposely delaying the process to release and send home Kim...

Man arrested in Kim Jong-nam murder investigation

A fourth person has been detained by the police over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, reported The Star Online. The man was one of four...

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