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Public Should Be Aware Of Militant Threats - Academician

 Members of the public should be aware and concerned about the activities and threats posed by the so-called IS militant group in the country as reported by the media.

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Auditor-General To Audit KLIA2 - Transport Minister

 An audit of the klia2 airport for low-cost carriers in Sepang will be conducted following the Cabinet's green light, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

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PAS Ready To End Cooperations With DAP - Abdul Hadi

 PAS president, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang stressed that the party is ready to end its cooperation with DAP.

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Court With A Heart

PUTRAJAYA -- The Court of Appeal today set aside a jail term for a man with a heart condition and bound him over instead, demonstrating that it has a heart too!

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SPAD Will Not Compromise On Overloaded Vehicles

TEMERLOH -- The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) will take firm action against vehicle drivers and owners found contravening the road regulations, including overloading.

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Sundry Shop Operator Gets Jail For Trying To Join IS Militant In Syria

KUALA LUMPUR -- A sundry shop operator was sentenced to two years' jail by the High Court here today after he pleaded guilty to the charge of trying to join the so-called IS militant group in Syria last year.

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Baby Boy With Umbilical Cord Still Attached Found In Back Lane In Housing Estate

IPOH -- A baby boy was found, still with his umbilical cord attached, in a back lane in a housing estate in Sungai Siput here today.

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Lack Of Understanding On ASEAN Community Affects Economic Opportunities

PUTRAJAYA -- The lack of understanding on the ASEAN community among youths will cause the country to lose substantial economic opportunities in the region that would otherwise be dominated by other parties.

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Competition Tribunal Reserves Verdict On MAS, AirAsia Appeals

KUALA LUMPUR -- The Competition Appeal Tribunal on Friday reserved its judgment on the appeals by the country's two major carriers over breach of market-sharing prohibition under the Competition Act 2010.

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Ex-Police Constable Sent To Prison For Causing Hurt To Detainee

PUTRAJAYA -- A former police constable will serve three years in prison after his final appeal against conviction for causing hurt to a detainee was dismissed Friday.

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