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UM law lecturer Azmi Sharom denies sedition charge

KUALA LUMPUR: University Malaya law lecturer Azmi Sharom pleaded not guilty after he was charged with sedition on Tuesday over comments made on an online portal over the 2009 Perak crisis.

Seized weapons: Brig-Jen Azmy (second from left) and DCP Mazlan (third from left) showing the rifles during the press conference. - Bernama

Army patrol foils attempt to smuggle weapons

KOTA BARU: An army border patrol is believed to have foiled an attempt by a group of gun runners when it stumbled on seven men and a gunny sack of automatic rifles near Pisang Raut in Tumpat.

Wet for a good cause: Participants of the ice bucket challenge for LSD dousing themselves with ice-cold water.

Ice bucket challenge raises RM10,360

PETALING JAYA: Some 100 people took part in a mass ice bucket challenge but this time, it is not for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

Solemn moment: Salamah accepting the posthumous award from Comm Mohd Fuzi.

Marine police awarded posthumously

PULAU INDAH: Marine police Kpl Ab Rajah Jamuan was posthumously awarded the rank of Sergeant after he lost his life to Filipino gunmen during a surprise attack on a security post in Pulau Mabul.

Sky’s the limit: The general view of the 3D panoramic animated film dome.

Langkawi Sky Bridge to reopen in December

LANGKAWI: One of the country’s biggest tourist attractions, the Langkawi Sky Bridge, which has been closed since 2012 for maintenance and upgrading, is to be reopened in December.

3 leadership takeaways from Tunku

Here are three lessons from our former Prime Minister which we can apply in our working world.

All that's left: Iraqis inspecting the wreckage in Mosul, northern Iraq, which was allegedly perpetrated by members of IS. - EPA

Time to call a spade a spade

Murder, whether committed by the state or by rogue terrorists or even by so-called Islamic revolutionaries, is still murder.

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim addresses the U.S.-Africa Business Forum in Washington August 5, 2014.  REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Poor response to Ebola causing needless deaths – World Bank head

DAKAR/LAGOS (Reuters) - The world's "disastrously inadequate response" to West Africa's Ebola outbreak means many people are dying needlessly, the head of the World Bank said on Monday, as Nigeria confirmed another case of the virus.

Unique heritage: Mek Kebaya Lily Jo holding a poster of Terengganu Peranakan Festival which will be held from Sept 12 to 20.

Terengganu to showcase Peranakan community

KUALA TERENGGANU: They may not be as popular as their Penang and Malacca counterparts, but the spotlight will shine on the Terengganu Peranakan community this month.

Joseph says about 50% or more of the company's income is expected to come from recurring businesses in the next three years.

Mudajaya going through transition, hopes to establish Utility Reit

PETALING JAYA: Mudajaya Group Bhd is looking at increasing its recurring income businesses and reducing its dependence on construction work from third parties in an effort to enhance profit margins.

Joining the trend of green buildings is the newly built Menara PJH in Putrajaya. The building has a number of green features including solar panels, rain water harvesting and a mini wetland to create a sustainable building.
SAMUEL ONG / THE STAR, 20TH AUGUST 2014.

Green is the new black

WHEN we think of large buildings, especially high-rises, we rarely consider just how much energy is needed to keep these buildings running.

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- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A tourist swims on the Great Barrier Reef in this undated file picture. Fishing will be banned from about one third of the Australian reef under a draft rescue plan unveiled by the Australian government May 30.   REUTERS/HO/Great Barrier Reef National Park Authority - RTXM0BB
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Joining the trend of green buildings is the newly built Menara PJH in Putrajaya. The building has a number of green features including solar panels, rain water harvesting and a mini wetland to create a sustainable building.
SAMUEL ONG / THE STAR, 20TH AUGUST 2014.

Given the green light

WHEN we think of large buildings, especially high-rises, we rarely consider just how much energy is needed to keep these buildings running.

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  1. Langkawi Sky Bridge to reopen in December
  2. Police: 11 have links to crime
  3. Zahid Hamidi: Action imminent against Sabah secession proponents
  4. IGP Khalid: No forgiveness, wait for police action
  5. UM lecturer Azmi Sharom faces sedition charge
  6. MH17: Names of nine returning victims released
  7. Khairy slams PPS, asks why Penang did not work with Rakan Cop
  8. Being prepared for old age crucial for Malaysians
  9. US Marines and M’sian forces hold war games
  10. World champion still a dream for Chong Wei

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