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IS militant planned to kill non-Muslims

KUALA LUMPUR: The suspected Islamic State (IS) militant detained in Bagan Serai, Perak, was planning to procure weapons including M16 and AK-47 rifles, a pistol and a hand grenade from Thailand to target non-Muslims.

IS recruitment ‘down’ after Wanndy’s death

KUALA LUMPUR: Recruitment for Islamic State (IS) militants in Malaysia seems to have declined following the death of Muhammad Wanndy Mohamed Jedi, said Deputy Comm Datuk Ayob Khan.

Mahmud Ahmad, the IS money man

EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian militant Dr Mahmud Ahmad (pic) has been touted as a weapons expert and the “go-to guy” in the Islamic State (IS) hierarchy, and he can now add money man to his list of roles in the terror group.

IGP: Terrorist Mahmud Ahmad still alive and fighting in Marawi

SEREMBAN: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has denied reports claiming that Malaysian "most wanted" terrorist Dr Mahmud Ahmad was killed in Marawi City, Philippines.

Working on walking

Pedestrian walkways need to get more ‘respect’ so that Malaysians can walk safely and comfortably while getting some exercise.

Not conducive: The study by Dr Rosilawati (below) on Jonker Street shows that walking in the popular tourist spot is far from ideal as there are shops on both sides but the pedestrian walkway is only on one side of the street.

DPM: Govt yet to verify identity of third Malaysian killed in Marawi

SEREMBAN: The authorities have yet to verify the identity of the third Malaysian killed in fighting between security forces and suspected militants in Marawi City in the Philippines, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.

Two Malaysians killed in Marawi City battle

KOTA KINABALU: Two Malaysians are believed to be among 13 suspected Islamic State militants killed late Thursday in battles between the Philippines military and gunmen who have taken over Marawi City in Central Mindanao, Philippines since Tuesday.

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UM lecturer accused of racist remarks apologises

PETALING JAYA: The Universiti Malaya lecturer accused of making racist remarks against two of her Indian students has apologised over the incident.

One-arm commander’s offer is a trap, says Jolo activist

LAHAD DATU: The offer to surrender by Abu Sayyaf’s ageing one-arm commander Radulan Sahiron is seen as a trap to massacre the Philippine soldiers in the terror group’s stronghold of Jolo island.

Cops want arrested kidnappers brought to Malaysia

KOTA KINABALU: Police are hoping their Filipino counterparts will help bring arrested Abu Sayyaf kidnappers to face charges in Malaysia.