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KUALA LUMPUR: Four suspects being hunted by Bukit Aman in the assassination of North Korean exile Kim Jong-nam are believed to be back in Pyongyang after leaving the country for Jakarta immediately after the attack.
PETALING JAYA: It does not look like an innnocent prank.
PETALING JAYA: North Korea’s ambassador to Malaysia Kang Chol is expected to be summoned by Wisma Putra today after he criticised Malaysia for its refusal to release the body of Kim Jong-nam.
JOHOR BARU: The car driver involved in the accident which claimed the lives of eight teenage cyclists has been released on police bail.
JOHOR BARU: The trend of modifying bicycles, to the extent of even removing the gears and brakes, has become increasingly popular among youngsters in the past two years.
GEORGE TOWN: Some 20 patients and 10 nurses were evacuated after a thermometer filled with mercury broke at the Penang Hospital’s cardiology ward.
PETALING JAYA: The Employees Provident Fund declared a good dividend despite challenging economic conditions, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
OKAYAMA: With only a skimpy loincloth to protect their modesty, thousands of men brave freezing temperatures to fight for lucky charms thrown by a priest at Japan’s annual Naked Man Festival.
NEW DELHI: India’s highest court Monday barred hundreds of students from becoming doctors after they were caught paying bribes and cheating on exams to gain admission into prestigious medical schools.
JUBA (Reuters) - Parts of war-ravaged South Sudan are suffering famine, a government official said on Monday, adding nearly half the country's population would lack reliable access to affordable food by July.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, has died in New York, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand sits atop a previously unknown continent -- mostly submerged beneath the South Pacific -- that should be recognised with the name Zealandia, scientists said Friday.
Low enrolment schools will not be closed although the Education Ministry is looking at merging some classrooms to help manage costs if relocation is not an option.
News from the Malay and Chinese newspapers.
PETALING JAYA: A message circulating on social media since Monday claiming that missing Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo has been found, is fake.
N. Korean allegations are ‘delusions, lies,’ says Wisma Putra
No sign of Kim Jong-nam's son at KLIA2
Jong-nam’s son Han-sol arriving in KL
Malaysia and N. Korea on verge of diplomatic row
Man jailed 48 years for raping nieces
North Korean ambassador: We cannot trust Malaysian police investigation
‘Datuk Seri’ among Gang 24 members charged
Video shows just how dangerous joyride cycling can be
Waiter jailed 20 years for raping teenage colleague
Malaysia recalls its ambassador to North Korea
Clearer image of Jong-nam's alleged killer caught on CCTV
N. Korea accuses Malaysia of working with its enemies
Varsity student killed by BMW travelling on wrong side of the road
Police confirm Kim Jong-nam killed at KLIA 2
Reports: Kim Jong-un's half brother killed in Malaysia
Women trained to seduce ... and kill
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