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Injured Jawi Prison Inmate Unconscious Once More

Pic: The Sun DailyGEORGE TOWN: A Jawi Prison inmate has lapsed into unconsciousness again just a week after he regained consciousness.

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Report Lodged Against Facebook Account Holder Over Post Insulting PM, Islam

Pic: ReutersLABUAN: The Labuan Youth Council has lodged a police report against a Facebook account holder for posting an allegedly slanderous and unfounded statement against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and insulting to the Muslim community.

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RM550,000 Graft: Ex-ministry Sec-Gen, Son Charged

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 (Bernama) -- A former Rural and Regional Development Ministry secretary-general and his son were charged in the Sessions Court here today with corruption involving RM550,000 in 2016.

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Viral Videos Of 'Basikal Nyamuk' In Action Show How Dangerous Modified Bicycles Can Be

Pic: Youtube

Malaysians are still reeling from the shock of eight teenage cyclists being mowed down by a car last Saturday and our hearts go out to the boys grieving parents.

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17-Year-Old Girl Who Could Not Get A Driving License As She Has No Fingerprints Finally Gets Her Wish

Noor Shahira Redzuan, 17, who has a skin condition that renders fingerprinting illegible had finally managed to obtain an L driver's license after a whole year of effort trying to obtain one at driving training center but failed due to not having any fingerprints.

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South Korea Rejects North's Claim Of Collusion With Malaysia Over Jong-Nam's Death

SEOUL: South Korea's Ministry of Unification on Tuesday rejected North Korea's claim that Malaysia colluded with Seoul in investigating the death of the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

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"Even Dead People Get Politicised", Former Minister Gets Slammed For Blaming PM Over JB Cycling Tragedy

Former Information Minister Tan Sri Zainuddin Maidin showed a total lack of responsibility when he politicised the death of the eight teen cyclists in Johor Bahru, recently.

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Implement Diplomatic Sanction Against N. Korea If All Else Fails

MALAYSIA should consider diplomatic sanctions in stages against North Korea if negotiations with the republic in relation to Kim Jong-Nam’s assassination reaches a deadlock, reported the Berita Harian.

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Police Confronts KBS Cameraman Covering Jong Nam Case

Pic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: A momentary distraction occurred early this morning among the media who had set up camp near the National Institute of Forensic Medicine (IPFN), Kuala Lumpur Hospital to cover the Kim Jong-nam case when police came and single out one of the cameramen.

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