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Sabah beefs up security in tandem with Marawi liberation

KOTA KINABALU: Authorities have stepped up surveillance of the east coast of Sabah to prevent militants from fleeing to the state as Manila makes its final push to regain control of Marawi.

Facing crime wave, residents in South Sudan capital pay police for protection

JUBA (Reuters) - Residents of South Sudan's capital say they are collecting cash to pay police unofficially to patrol their neighbourhoods, amid a crime wave and a cash crunch that means authorities often cannot pay their wages.

Amir takes massive pay cut to focus on gold

NATIONAL B1 (totally blind) chess champion Amir Shamsuddin took a massive pay cut to focus on the Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games.

Gold on the chessboard: Malaysia’s Nur Feiqha Maulad posing with her gold medal on Wednesday.

Local and US scholars putting out book on M’sian Chinese literature

KUALA LUMPUR: Academicians from Malaysia and the United States are collaborating to publish a book about Malaysian Chinese literature.

Academically inclined: (From left) Dr Khor, Chan, Prof Wang, Dr Seng and Chia taking a photo together after their meeting.

Russia's new anti-doping chief looks for fresh start

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Almost two years after Russia crashed out of world athletics amid a spate of drugs scandals, former university lecturer Yuri Ganus sits in his Moscow office, plotting the rehabilitation of the national anti-doping agency.

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.

Free learning portal for national schools

REPUTED to be among the leading law colleges in the country, Brickfields Asia College (BAC) has now embarked on a new free multilingual learning portal called freeschool.my.

Raja Singham (left) and Dr Khair at the launch.They believe that technology and education can bring about positive outcomes to students.

Inside a sadist’s mind

RAPED on a bus, killed and thrown off on the street. Raped at a party. Head shaved by family members after rape. We read, we vent, we discuss, we forget, we are reminded again the next day. And worse things keep happening.

Uniten student represents country

REALISING the importance of producing holistic graduates, who are not only excellent in their studies but also in other skills, Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) constantly exposes its students to events and competitions.

Koguleshun taking part in the national level competition.

Stand up to cyberbullies

It is imperative that Malaysians speak up against cyberbullying

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