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Stranded: An aerial view of the cars submerged in water at a carpark in Wisma UOA, Jalan Pinang.
Back together: Shalwati posing with  Azizul after arriving at the KLIA
Serving Malaysians: A screenshot of the Global Malaysians website.
Mad rush: Motorists queuing up for fuel in Kuala Lumpur ahead of the price hike.

90-minute downpour causes massive traffic chaos

Mum jailed in Sweden returns home

Portal connects Malaysians to jobs at home

Govt still subsidising over RM21bil

Nation

Cops: Lover could have chopped up woman

Crime scene: Police officers at the scene where a woman's chopped up and burnt body parts were found in Kampung Tok Keramat

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A woman, whose chopped up and burnt body parts were discovered in Juru, could have been killed by her boyfriend.

Student falls to his death in school hall

Tragic incident: The general view of the ceiling and the hall of SMK Syed Alwi where Muhammad Hakimi (inset) fell to his death.

KANGAR: A 15-year-old schoolboy died after falling more than 10m from the ceiling of the school hall in Kampung Behor Lateh here.

Regional

Occupy leader: Protests will spread if govt maintains hardline stance

Capturing the moment: A couple taking a wedding photograph in front of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. - AFP

HONG KONG: One of Hong Kong’s most prominent pro-democracy leaders struggled to contain his emotions as he warned protests would spread like “blossoming flowers” and pleaded with residents to understand why the city has been brought to a standstill.

New rules to curb advertising of unhealthy food to kids

A NEW set of guidelines will restrict food and beverage companies from advertising unhealthy food to kids aged 12 and below.

World

52% of global wildlife ‘gone’ in past 40 years: WWF

According to WWF, humans have decimated half of the world’s wildlife in the past four decades – we’re also very close to killing off our own species.

Gulf Arabs demand return of state authority in Yemen

DUBAI (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states have demanded the restoration of government authority in Yemen, issuing a thinly veiled criticism of rebels with ties to Iran who have taken control of the capital, Sanaa.

Community

Luxury with finesse

Cool ambience: An artist's impression of the Jacuzzi at Woodsbury Suites in Harbour Place, Butterworth.

LIFE can be so good if you have a butler, and that is what you will get at Woods bury Suites, an up and coming condominium project in Butterworth, Penang. It is merely a five-minute drive from the Sultan Abdul Halim Ferry Terminal on the mainland.

Education

A showcase of creativity and team work

Their big moment: The champions of the Upper Secondary category posing with Kamalanathan, Low (left) and Tan (right).

Conveying a tale with content and creativity in storyboard form was crucial but it was their presentation skills and English language proficiency that made the winning teams stand out from the rest.

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