True Or Not

That school bullying video? It happened in Singapore

PETALING JAYA: A widely-shared video of a student being abused inside a classroom did not happen in Malaysia.

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Ministry: Don't believe rumour that 17,000 failed SPM History paper

PETALING JAYA: The Education Ministry has quashed rumours that 17,000 students who sat for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination in 2017 have failed the History paper.

No truth to viral message on PM's 'special announcement'

PETALING JAYA: A message which has gone viral on social media that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was due to make an important announcement on Wednesday is false.

MAS dismisses claim flight to Jeddah experienced technical difficulties

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines has refuted claims on social media that Flight MH8008 from Kuala Lumpur to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia was facing technical difficulties.

No EPF withdrawals? That’s a fake message, folks

PETALING JAYA: A WhatsApp message that has gone viral claiming that no withdrawals can be made from the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) for the next six months is not true.

JPJ denies forcing lorry drivers to strip down to their underwear

KUALA LUMPUR: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has rubbished claims that its personnel had directed several lorry drivers to strip down to their underwear for failing to offer them bribes as suggested in a viral photo.

Chinese police cars in Malaysia? It’s just a movie, folks

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have rubbished allegations made via social media that Chinese police cars were spotted in Malaysia, saying that this was actually from a movie shoot.

Cops dispel rumours of mutilated bodies found with organs missing

KOTA KINABALU: Police have dispelled rumours of people being killed to harvest their organs after pictures of so-called "victims" were circulated on social media and messaging apps.

True or Not: It’s okay to say ‘good morning’, really

KUALA LUMPUR: A fake message has been making the rounds on social media and WhatsApp, warning people to refrain from sending morning and festival greeting messages.

Met Dept says it did not advise people to wear thicker clothing

PETALING JAYA: The Meteorological Department has denied reports that it had advised people to wear thick clothes to avoid getting a fever.