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WhatsApp message linking Nipah virus to food wrapped in banana leaf not true, says Health Ministry

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has debunked a message that has gone viral on social media linking a death at a local private hospital to consuming food wrapped in banana leaf and supposedly caused by the Nipah virus.

Health Ministry dismisses claims of Pharmaniaga's monopoly over meds supply

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has refuted claims that Pharmaniaga is monopolising the supply of medicines to the ministry.

No royal marriage on the cards for Nurul Izzah

PETALING JAYA: Nurul Izzah Anwar has denied a fake message circulating on social media which says she is getting married to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V.

Video of electrocuted man did not happen near Asia Jaya LRT station

PETALING JAYA: A viral video of a man getting electrocuted atop a high voltage transmission tower did not happen in front of the Asia Jaya LRT station.

Viral photos of 'seized' Birkins, Rolex watches aren't from Najib's home, but are actually stock photos

PETALING JAYA: Several viral photos of luxury watches, handbags and stacks of cash supposedly seized from former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's residence are fake.

Dr Maszlee is not 'preacher' in viral video

PETALING JAYA: A viral video of a preacher allegedly making racial comments is not Education Minister-designate Dr Maszlee Malik.

Auditor-General warns of fake versions of 1MDB report

PETALING JAYA: There are a few fake versions of the Auditor-General’s Department report on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) that are being spread around on social media.

Fake news of alleged US$1bil donation from Brunei Sultan goes viral

PETALING JAYA: A social media post alleging that the Sultan of Brunei donated US$1bil (RM3.95bil) to help boost the Malaysian economy is fake.

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Statement on abolition of GST is fake

PETALING JAYA: A letter purportedly by the Finance Ministry declaring that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be abolished in June is fake.

Media can report what they like, says Dr M

PETALING JAYA: The media can report what they like as long as this does not disturb public order, said the Prime Minister.

Make sure it’s real: A commuter (red T-shirt) reading news from his mobile phone next to an advertisement discouraging the dissemination of fake news at a train station in Kuala Lumpur. — AP

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