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MH17: Some Malaysians identified

AMSTERDAM: The remains of a number of Malaysian passengers have been identified by disaster victim identification (DVI) experts in Hilversum, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Zaid: Anwar to blame for Selangor MB crisis

PETALING JAYA: The crisis that is currently engulfing Pakatan Rakyat stems from the fact that opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim did not think his plans through, said Datuk Zaid Ibrahim.

Paying their respects: Najib and Rosmah observing a moment of silence at the gates of the medical military base in Hilversum. With them are Dr Subramaniam (second from left) and Fauziah.

Najib: Stop the fighting

THE HAGUE: Malaysia wants an immediate ceasefire to be imposed in and around the MH17 crash site in Ukraine to allow international investigators unfettered access for evidence gathering, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Gas blasts kill 25, injure 267 in Taiwan

A series of powerful gas blasts killed at least 24 people and injured up to 271 in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, overturning cars and ripping up roads, officials said Friday.

Tze Liang can finally bask in golden glow (updated)

GLASGOW: Diver Ooi Tze Liang will never forget his second Commonwealth Games outing in Edinburgh after pulling off a big surprise to win the men's 3m springboard gold at the Royal Commonwealth Pool.

KL date for Mariah Carey in October

KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian concert promoter has won the price-bidding war to get American pop diva Mariah Carey to perform here first, ahead of her world tour series in Singapore and the Philippines.

MMA: M'sia still safe from Ebola

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is still safe from the deadly Ebola virus as there are no direct flights between Malaysia and the affected countries, said Malaysian Medical Association president Dr H. Krishna Kumar.

The seven joys of baking

WHY bake? Why indeed. The question is, why not? If these seven reasons are not compelling enough for you to start rolling that dough, and heating up your oven, well, baking may not be considered your forte.

Then and now: The Malacca Free School (on left side of the clock tower) in 1826 and what it looks like today. It was renamed as the Malacca High School in 1878.

Uproar over bid to relocate MHS

MALACCA: The Malacca High School (MHS) is marking a rather unhappy 136th anniversary today with alumni and educational activists in the state fiercely opposed to the proposed relocation of the country’s second oldest school.

Kulim informs PNG on plan to sell plantations to Sime

PETALING JAYA: After two months of intense bidding exercise, Sime Darby Bhd has taken the lead to close in on New Britain Palm Oil Ltd (NBPOL).

Bright spot: Nicol's win in the squash women's singles final against England's Laura Massaro brought some cheer to an otherwise gloomy fortnight. - AFP

There’s gold amid the gloom

Recent victories at the Commonwealth Games should spur us to make another bid to host the Asian Games.

A&W restaurant to drive out

THE A&W restaurant in Lorong Sultan, Petaling Jaya, has been packed with customers as fans, young and old, flock there for their favourite rootbeer and coney dog since news of its impending closure spread like wildfire on social media.

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