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Dangerous situation: Philippine military personnel riding past armoured personnel carriers in the town of Mamasapano after Philippine security forces clashed with Muslim rebels in the south, where Marwan (inset) was said to have been killed. — AFP

Marwan believed killed in gunbattle

27 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Is South-East Asia’s most wanted terrorist Zulkifli Abdul Hir dead?

Groups back court caning ban

27 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: The Government’s plan to abolish the caning of minors in court is the right move, say child groups and activists.

Ex-lovers link up with phone call from Down Under

27 January 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Former British soldier Warren Holbrook’s mission to track down a Malaysian woman he almost wed in 1968 has come to a fruitful end.

Race-based protests harm integration, says MCA

27 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: MCA has denounced the racially-laced protest against a proposed luxury condominium at Taman Keramat, saying that such demonstrations harmed racial harmony.

1,097 bumi buyers for Datum Jelatek condo

27 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: A total of 1,097 potential bumiputra buyers have registered their interest in the 674 Datum Jelatek condominium units, according to the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS).

Unesco recognition for Leaning Tower still in progress

27 January 2015

IPOH: The National Heritage Department is still preparing relevant documents to be sent to Unesco in order to place Teluk Intan’s iconic Leaning Tower on the list of world heritage sites.

Muhyiddin: Farmers who illegally cleared land may be given TOL

27 January 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Farmers who illegally cleared land in Cameron Highlands may be given temporary occupation licences (TOL), said Tan Sri Muhyi­ddin Yassin.

Cheaper for everyone: A man watching an AirAsia jet taxiing at KLIA in Sepang.

Airlines take off surcharge

27 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: Flying around the region will be a much cheaper affair with three Malaysian carriers, the AirAsia group, Firefly and Malindo Air abolishing their fuel surcharges in line with declining global oil prices.

Anwar to know fate on Feb 10

27 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will know the verdict in his appeal against his conviction and five-year jail term for sodomy on Feb 10.

Road closure in conjunction with Thaipusam and Nike Run

27 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Several roads around the city will be closed gradually beginning Sunday to make way for the Nike We Run KL 2015 event and the Thaipusam chariot procession.

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Medicine ‘burns’ woman

27 January 2015

A WOMAN in Alor Setar suffered horrific burn-like skin injuries after taking pills she claimed was prescribed by a clinic in Perlis last week, reported Harian Metro.

Shoppers intimidated into giving to ‘charity’

27 January 2015

A SYNDICATE has been allegedly intimidating shoppers into donating to charity organisations, Guang Ming Daily reported.

Man dies while watching TV

27 January 2015

A 25-YEAR-OLD man died while watching television because of gastric problems, Tamil Nesan reported.

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