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> Cleaner claims raped by a conman 'healer'
A 48-year-old cleaner has alleged that she was raped four times by a 65-year-old conman from Indonesia who claimed he could cure her sickness. The victim from Kuala Lumpur claimed she became semi-conscious after drinking water provided by the suspect every time she went to seek his "treatment". She only realised she was conned after her husband took her to seek medical treatment. A police report has been lodged.
> Group of YSLM members claim no returns received on investment
A group of YSLM members who wanted to cancel their membership in the controversial multilevel marketing scheme failed to do so as the company's senior distributor did not turn up as promised. The group, some of whom travelled from outstation, was supposed to meet the distributor at a company branch in Kuala Lumpur on Monday. Members said each of them had invested thousands of ringgit but did not get anything in return. The company is established by self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian.
> Selangor state exco member allegedly a target of black magic
Two coconut shells with the name of Cempaka state assemblyman Iskandar Abdul Samad scribbled on them were allegedly found outside the PAS leader's service centre in Kampung Pandan, Monday. Iskandar said he was shocked to learn about the discovery and believed someone could be trying to intimidate him with black magic. He said, however, that he and his family members have not had any unusual experiences.
> Selangor residents urged to cooperate with authorities in battle against dengue
The state government hopes the Selangor residents will do more in helping authorities battle dengue. State exco member Dr Dariyah Alwi said authorities hoped for cooperation especially when fogging was being carried out. Dariyah said some many people shut their windows and doors during fogging, unaware that Aedes mosquitoes can breed indoors.
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