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Hijacking of oil tanker Naniwa Maru I second in a month

24 April 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Heavily-armed pirates hijacked a Thailand-owned tanker off the eastern coast of Malaysia, injuring the captain and stealing diesel fuel from its cargo on April 17, the International Maritime Bureau said on Thursday.

CIMB-Asean ePaper draws attention at media industry meeting

24 April 2014

HONG KONG: The CIMB-Asean ePaper involving the partnership of The Star, The Nation, The Jakarta Post and Philippine Daily Inquirer drew attention at a media industry meeting.

Dr Mahathir: Obama does not even want to meet me, not only Anwar

24 April 2014

PUTRAJAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said it was up to United States president Barack Obama if he wants to meet Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

The Star wins four prizes at WAN-IFRA Asian Media Awards

24 April 2014

HONG KONG: The Star won four prizes at the 13th Asian Media Awards presented by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) here.

Boy, 13, missing from Seri Kembangan home since Tuesday

24 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: A search has been conducted for a 13-year-old boy who went missing since Tuesday from his apartment in Seri Kembangan.

Suspect shot, another surrenders hours after Puchong robbery

24 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: A robbery suspect was shot as he tried to ram into policemen in Bukit Jalil on Monday, forcing his accomplice to surrender.

Tengku Adnan: Many used BR1M money on gambling

24 April 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The objective of lightening the burden of the people through the 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) has not been fully achieved.

Selangor cops make RM30mil black money bust

24 April 2014

SHAH ALAM: A case involving a bank executive who was cheated out of RM400,000 by a charming “Swedish man” on Facebook led Selangor police to making its biggest black money bust.

Sarawak to assist in paying Wong Ho Leng's medical bills, says CM Adenan

24 April 2014

KUCHING: In a move that is sure to surprise, Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem announced that Sarawak will "assist in paying" the medical costs incurred by cancer-stricken former Opposition leader Wong Ho Leng.

MH370: Searchers face tough choices after seven fruitless weeks

24 April 2014

SYDNEY: Searchers for missing Flight MH370 face tough choices on how to proceed after almost seven fruitless weeks, with only a fraction of a deep-sea zone still left to be scanned.

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Imitation fragrances find way into shopping malls

24 April 2014

BEWARE! Imitation fragrances that are usually sold at pasar malam (night markets) have found their way into well-known shopping malls, Berita Harian warned in an exclusive report.

Man collects 5,000 bras in bid to set up display centre

24 April 2014

A MAN collected over 5,000 bras in 20 years in his bid to build a centre to display his collection, Guang Ming Daily reported.

Woman flees from husband

23 April 2014

A WOMAN ran away from home with her baby after she could not stand being forced by her husband to sleep with other men to help pay his gambling debts, China Press reported.

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