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Amnesty International: No Significant Improvement By Malaysia In Addressing Human Rights

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has not made any significant improvement in addressing issues relating to human rights, Amnesty International Malaysia said in its latest annual report.

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Awana Skyway Sets Record For Number Of Passengers

Pic: The Sun Daily

GENTING HIGHLANDS: Resorts World Genting has hit a record number of passengers following the launch of its new cable car system, the Awana Skyway recently.

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N. Korea Wants Malaysia To Release Murder Suspects

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KUALA LUMPUR: The North Korean embassy wants police to release the two women suspects and a Korean male remanded in connection with Kim Jong-Nam's murder released immediately.

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Two Men Charged With Money Laundering, Involving RM10.3 Million

Pic: BernamaSEREMBAN: Two men were charged in separate Sessions Court here today with a total of 11 counts of money laundering involving more than RM10.3 million.

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Passenger Arrested, Prevented From Boarding Flight From KK Airport Over 'Bomb' Joke

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KOTA KINABALU: A passenger was prevented from boarding a Royal Brunei Airlines flight after he uttered the word ‘bomb’ during luggage inspection at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA), this morning.

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Female Suspects In Jong-Nam's Murder Held 'Practice Runs' At Pavillion, KLCC Before Attack: IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Police today confirmed that the two women, arrested over the killing of the North Korean leader’s half-brother, Kim Jong-nam have held several "trial runs" prior to the assassination.

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North Korea Urged To Respect Sovereignty Of Malaysian Laws

Pic: BernamaBANDUNG: North Korea is urged to respect the sovereignty of Malaysian laws in the investigation of the death of that country leader's elder half-brother Kim Jong-Nam in Kuala Lumpur recently.

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[Video] Police Try To Stop Reckless Teens Riding ‘Basikal Nyamuk’ But They Pay No Heed

As Malaysians are still shaken by the death of the eight teen cyclists in Johor after being hit by a car and authorities are grappling to introduce measures to prevent the accident from happening again, a policeman had come forward and shared the reality behind these teen cycling groups.

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She Feared Her Purse Left In A Cab Was Lost, But Imagine Her Surprise Over This Taxi Driver's Actions

KUALA LUMPUR: With various negative public perceptions of taxi drivers in Malaysia, at least this real life story of an honest taxi driver who went to great lengths to return a purse to his female passenger will inspire Malaysians to change the public stigma against them.

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Jong-Nam Murder: Cops To Investigate MAHB Over CCTV Footage Leak, Says Nur Jazlan

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have been instructed to investigate the Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) on how the video recording from the closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras connected to the death of Kim Jong-nam at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) was obtained and aired by the foreign media.

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