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> Man rapes daughter continually over four-year period
A man, aged 41, allegedly raped his 16-year-old girl continually over the past four years in Jerteh, Terengganu.
The latest incident happened at about 2am Wednesday, according to sources.
The victim, who said she could not tolerate the abuse anymore, decided to lodge a police report Thursday.
Police detained the suspect about 5pm the same day.
The victim has since been sent to the hospital for a medical examination.
> Teen couple without driving licences crash car during attempt to flee cops
Two 17-years old youths, both without driving licenses, crashed the car they were driving in an attempt to escape from police.
Their getaway ended abruptly when they crashed into a Honda Civic on the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) at the Subang Jaya exit at 10.30pm Wednesday.
The duo were taken away by police after causing much danger to other motorists on the highway.
> Coffee shops raided for selling 'poisoned' coffee
The Kuala Lumpur pharmacy enforcement division conducted a massive raid Thursday, on 23 premises along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman for selling coffee which contained harmful substances.
It was reported that those who consumed these products could experience severe headaches or even heart attacks.
The raid was carried out after lab tests revealed the products contained chemicals harmful to health.
The banned products were marketed as containing traditional herbs such as Tongkat Ali.
The "mysterious" manufacturer of the coffee product has yet to be identified.
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