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Taking safety measures: Dr Ahmad Zahid looking through the draft of the proposed Prevention Of Terrorism Bill which is to be tabled in Parliament this month.
Under probe: The three suspects being led away at the George Town court complex after a remand order was obtained in connection with the Selvakumar (inset) shooting case.

Zahid: New terror law not ISA

Gunmen may have killed wrong target

Fewer students score straight A’s

Tun Razak MRT project on track

Nation

Replica of B777 being built at Senai

JOHOR BARU: A replica of a Boeing 777-200 aircraft is being built near the Senai International Airport in Kulaijaya as part of the attractions for the Johor Ruler’s coronation.

Supply of treated water in Negri and Johor under threat

PETALING JAYA: Water levels at the Gemencheh Dam in Negri Sembi­lan and several rivers in Johor have dipped, threatening the supply of treated water to several areas.

Regional

Poppies to mark century since Gallipoli campaign

Floral memorial: Visitors looking at poppies on the Wall of Remembrance in front of the Queen Elizabeth ship in Sydney. — AFP

SYDNEY: Thousands of poppies were being added to a memorial “wall” at Sydney’s Circular Quay in memory of Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died in World War I’s Gallipoli campaign.

Hsien Loong back at work after successful cancer surgery

PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong is fully back at work after undergoing a successful surgery to remove his cancerous prostate gland.

World

China says 2015 defence budget to rise about 10 percent this year

Soldiers of People's Liberation Army (PLA) stand inside tanks at a drill during an organised media tour at a PLA engineering academy in Beijing July 22, 2014.    REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's defence budget this year will rise about 10 percent compared with 2014, the spokeswoman for the country's parliament said on Wednesday.

Australian convicts transferred to Indonesian island for execution

Michael Chan (C), walks in front of Kerobokan Prison shortly before two Australian death row prisoners, Myuran Sukumaran and Michael's brother Andrew, leave the prison for the airport, in Denpasar, on the Indonesian island of Bali, March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Beawiharta

CILACAP, Indonesia (Reuters) - Two convicted Australian drug smugglers were transferred on Wednesday from a Bali prison to an island for execution along with other foreigners, underlining Indonesia's determination to use the death penalty despite international criticism.

Education

Young leaders speak up

Altogether now: Khairy being surrounded by young people, all eager to snap shots with him.

It was a gathering of youth for youth where young minds brainstormed and sought explanations to some pertinent issues.

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