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Two M'sians Kidnapped By Abu Sayyaf Rescued By Philippine Military, Says News Portal

Tayudin Anjut, 45, and Abdul Rahim Sumas, 62. Photo: AFP

KOTA KINABALU -- Two Malaysians who were abducted by the Abu Sayyaf group in July last year are said to have been rescued by the Philippine military force.

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Former Sabah Anti-Vice Police Chief Behind Bars For 40 Years For Rape, Sodomising Minor

PUTRAJAYA -- Former Sabah anti-vice police chief was sent to jail for 40 years and ordered to be whipped 15 times for raping and sodomising a 13-year-old girl five years ago in what was described as a "crime of temptation".

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GMM Foundation Condemn London Attack

Dr  Nasharudin Mat Isa. Photo: AlchetronKUALA LUMPUR -- The Global Movement of Moderates Foundation (GMMF) expressed concern and strongly condemned the attack in Westminster, London, which resulted in five deaths, including the suspected perpetrator, and leaving 40 others injured.

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Farmers Urged To Increase Production, Using Modern Farming Methods

TELUK INTAN -- Local farmers have been urged to emulate their counterparts in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan so as to increase production output, in line with the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry's Gelombang Tani Nasional (GTN) 2017 programme.

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Sultan Ibrahim To Ensure Success Of Johorians' Dream House Project

Pic: BernamaJOHOR BAHRU: The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar will ensure the success of the 'Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor' project in assisting the lower income group to own a comfortable house.

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Veterinary Dept: No New H5N1 Locations And Infections Detected

Pic: Reuters

PUTRAJAYA: The Veterinary Services Department today announced that there were no new locations detected positive for H5N1 or the bird flu and no new infections detected over a five-day period until March 22.

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Jong-nam Murder: Probe By Outsiders Against Law, Says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Conducting of investigation by outsiders including North Korean agents into the murder of Kim Jong-nam here is against the law, says Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

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French Pilot Declares His Love For M’sia And Greeted Crowd At LIMA 2017 In Bahasa M’sia

Pic: NST Online

“Selamat petang Malaysia. Kami amat bangga untuk memperkenalkan anda Dassault Rafale, perwira di angkasa. Terima kasih. (Good evening Malaysia, we are very proud to introduce you to Dassault Rafale, the hero in the skies),” so said a French captain.

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PLUS-Operated Highway Tolls Go Fully-Electronic From April 26

PETALING JAYA: From April 26 onwards, cash transaction at tolls on all PLUS-operated highways will no longer be accepted, as a cashless system using PLUSMiles cards, Touch ‘n Go cards and SmartTAGs takes effect.

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London Attack Underscores Need To Address Terrorism: Hishammuddin

LANGKAWI: The terror attack in London which left five people dead and scores others injured further proves the necessity of addressing the issue of terrorism, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said here today.

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