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LAST_UPDATEMon, 25 May 2015 5pm

Granny, Great-Grandchildren Cheat Death When House Goes Up In Flames

DUNGUN -- An elderly woman and her two great-grandchildren cheated death after their home in Kampung Alur Tembesu, here, was engulfed in flames this morning.

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Migrants To Be Interviewed To Help Determine Identity, Origin

KUALA LUMPUR -- The United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, plans to interview migrants who have recently landed in northern Peninsular Malaysia once the immigration work by Malaysian authorities is sorted out.

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Increase Family-based Activites In Drug Rehabilitation - Rohani

KUALA LUMPUR -- More family-based activities must be undertaken in drug rehabilitation to improve family ties, said Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim.

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Ops Warta: 836 Individuals Nabbed For Unsettled Arrest Warrants

KUALA LUMPUR -- Another 836 individuals were nabbed in the 'Ops Warta' for failure to settle their arrest warrants.

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MAS Operations In Nepal Almost Back To Normal

NEW DELHI -- After nearly a month of the devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal, travelers using Malaysia Airlines (MAS) services between the Himalayan nation and Malaysia are showing encouraging response with flights and ground operation almost back to normal.

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Sandakan Kidnappers Are FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists

Pic: TheBorneoPostSANDAKAN: Abductors of the recent kidnapping incident at Ocean King Seafood Restaurant here have been identified as the same abductors of the Sipadan Island hostage-taking incident in 2000, who are on FBI’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list.

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RM40k Kept Under Car Seat Lost

SIBU: A businessman on Wednesday claimed losing RM40,000 which he put inside an envelope tucked underneath a seat of his car. Earlier, he had gone to a bank to withdraw the money.

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KR1M Outlets Across State Ordered To Take ‘Kicap Masin’ Off Shelves

Pic: TheBorneoPostKUCHING: All Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) outlets in the state have been ordered to remove the KR1M-brand salty soya sauce (Kicap Masin) off the shelves amid food safety concerns.

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Money Changers Report Growing Demand For Malaysian Ringgit

Pic: CNASINGAPORE: Money changers said there has been growing demand for the Malaysian ringgit, as the exchange rate continues to hover at around 2.7 to the Singapore dollar.

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Time For Asean To Review Non-Interference Policy In Light Of Rohingya Issue

Global Movement of Moderates (GMM) chief executive officer Datuk Saifuddin AbdullahKUALA LUMPUR: The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) should review its non-interference policy as a first step to resolving the Rohingya humanitarian crisis in Myanmar, said Global Movement of Moderates (GMM) chief executive officer Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

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