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British man traumatised after attack at petrol station

PETALING JAYA: A 67-year-old British citizen was left traumatised after two youths on a motorbike smashed his car windows at a petrol station in Jalan Kuching.

Remand order for seven suspects in tahfiz fire extended by a week


KUALA LUMPUR: The remand order for the seven youths suspected of involvement in the arson attack which killed 23 students and teachers of the Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah tahfiz has been extended for seven days.

Nancy: No quid pro quo with Uber

PETALING JAYA: There have not been any wrongdoings involving ride-hailing service Uber amid corruption allegations, said Datuk Nancy Shukri.

People's tribunal finds Myanmar guilty of Rohingya genocide

KUALA LUMPUR: The Myanmar government is guilty of genocide against the Rohingya people and other Muslim minorities, according to the international Permanent Peoples' Tribunal.

From left: Judges Nursyahbani Katjasungkana, Shadi Sadr, Boehringer, Feierstein, Helen Jarvis, Nello Rossi and Zulaiha Ismal at the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal at Universiti Malaya on Friday.

Drug use in PPR communities to be monitored

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) is monitoring drug abuse in People's Housing Project (PPR) communities, which it has identified as high-risk areas.

After an integrated anti-drug operations known as Ops BAH 38.

Datuk, two others in RM40mil graft case released on bail

PUTRAJAYA: Three people, including a corporation chief executive with a "Datuk" title, who were remanded in a graft probe over the misappropriation of government funds amounting to RM40mil have been released on bail.

Subang MP confirms aides arrested in corruption probe

PETALING JAYA: PKR lawmaker Sivarasa Rasiah has confirmed that three aides, including his nephew, were arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for suspected corruption involving RM20,000.

Mandarin speaking JPJ officer receives excellence award

PETALING JAYA: The Perlis Road Transport Department (JPJ) officer whose Mandarin skills impressed netizens has received an excellence award by the Department.

23-year-old Nur Syafiqah Azaman received an award from JPJ director-general Datuk Shaharuddin Khalid on Thursday in recognition for her actions that helped promote the good name of the Department.

PM: Tahfiz schools must comply with safety recommendations or face shut down

KUALA LUMPUR: Tahfiz schools that fail to comply with fire safety recommendations within a certain time frame will be shut down, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Floods in Perlis worsen

ALOR SETAR: The flood situation in Perlis has worsened, with around 1000 people evacuated to flood relief centres in the state on Friday morning.

The 916 victims from 255 families were transferred to 13 flood relief centres in Padang Besar, Kangar and Arau.

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