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Terror suspect a skilled bomb maker

KUALA LUMPUR: The 19-year-old suspect detained for planning to attack the Better Beer Festival and other targets in the Klang Valley has bomb-making expertise which rivals that of a now deceased infamous Malaysian militant.

Hard at work: Counter-terrorism personnel detaining suspects in Kelantan.
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Terror suspects were targeting beer fest, non-Muslim houses of worship (updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: Five improvised explosive devices (IED) were seized following the arrests of three men in Pasir Puteh, Kelantan last week who were plotting to attack the now-called-off Better Beer Festival, says Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.

Some of the seized items being displayed at the press conference on Tuesday.
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Create immersive environment for learning English

From MUHAMAD SOLAHUDIN RAMLI, Marang, Terengganu.

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A letter from SHAHRILL RAMLI, Serendah, Hulu Selangor.

‘Fastest interveners in the world’

SEPANG: An accident occurs during the Grand Prix sending a race car straight into a tyre wall, causing the driver to be pinned in his car.

Farm-to-fork drive for agro sector PM: Food supply chain to be developed

SERDANG: The agriculture sector will be developed more extensively so that it can become a new source of wealth for the country, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Jackpot jackfruit: Najib and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek (third from right) with a giant jackfruit weighing in at 30kg in Serdang. The fruit has been a major draw at the expo. — Bernama
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Apps to the rescue

These young Malaysians are using technology to help feed the hungry, educate children and save the environment.

Over 120,000 meals have been distributed and 30,000 kg of food has been saved since Robin Food was launched last December. – Robin Food

Volunteers remove trees uprooted by storm from hiking trails

FALLEN trees and branches due to the heavy rainfall in Penang last Friday had also blocked many hiking trails on Penang Hill.

Water released from the catchment area in the Penang Botanic Gardens has caused part of the gardens to become flooded. —Photo courtesy of NG AH BAK

Workers rush into blaze to rescue woman

GEORGE TOWN: Ten Vietnamese workers rescued an Indonesian woman who was trapped in a burning shophouse in Penang Road.

Emergency: Smoke (above) rising from the burning shophouses as firemen work to extinguish the fire along Penang Road.
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