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Will Azmin accept Anwar’s olive branch?

DATUK Seri Anwar Ibrahim had seemed a bit wobbly on the political front the last few weeks but the PKR retreat last weekend ended in a show of support for his leadership.

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Fallout at point of no return

ANOTHER bombshell has just fallen – the sex video, which has dominated the headlines, is more likely to be authentic than a deepfake.

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Sex video issue hots up

All sides seemed to have upped the ante following the arrest of a top aide of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

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Play for Malay votes on Dr M’s birthday

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was flooded with birthday greetings but the Malay parties probably gave him the best present by pushing for a Bill that will inject some 3.9 million new Malay voters into the voting pool.

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Pakatan split on Malay unity

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad may find himself facing a firing squad of sorts when he chairs the Pakatan Harapan presidential council meeting today.

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Video casts a shadow over Azmin

The beleaguered Datuk Seri Azmin Ali seems to have the support of the most influential man behind the Prime Minister but the burning question is why the police investigation into the sex video is taking so long.

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Tensions to rise between PM, Umno

HE had dropped off the radar screen the last six months but Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has returned with a bang.

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Azmin still far from being in the clear

IT was the Hari Raya open house at the Prime Minister’s Department but the centre of attention was Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.

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Twists and turns in sex video case

A FIERCE storm continues to swirl around Datuk Seri Azmin Ali but the Economic Affairs Minister has gone about his Hari Raya rounds as if all is normal in his work and life.

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Hidden hands behind sex rendezvous

DATUK Seri Azmin Ali must have lived through some of the worst two days of his life after being accused of being one of two men engaged in a sex act in a dimly lit hotel room in Sandakan.

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Fearless and unconventional

THE shockwaves over the appointment of former PKR politician Latheefa Koya (pic) as the new head of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) have yet to subside. It was a thunderbolt that nobody, not even Cabinet members, saw coming.

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Expect the unexpected from Dr M

IT has been no less than a spot on centrestage for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as the ruling coalition marked its one year in power.

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