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Young scribes in training

The Star’s chief reporter Christina Chin offers news writing tips and a rare glimpse into the behind-the-scenes struggles and triumphs of a journalist.

Still smiling after surviving the Zombie Outbreak are Chin (second from right, standing) and the BRATs participants.

Suhakam: religion and political homophobia not license to 'terrorise' LGBT community

PETALING JAYA: No parties have the right to discriminate against the LGBT community says Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam).

China's Liaoning vows to eradicate 'bad influence' of Bo Xilai

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's northeastern province of Liaoning has drawn up new guidelines aimed at "completely eradicating" the bad influence of its disgraced former governor Bo Xilai, who was jailed in 2013 for corruption and abuse of power.

The lobsters in Maine keep on the grass

A RESTAURANT in the United States is using marijuana to sedate lobsters before killing them.

Businessman, 34, dies after being shot twice at close range in Skudai

JOHOR BARU: A businessman has died after he was shot twice at close range in his car park in front of his house.

At the heart of yoga ball murder case was a deeply unhappy marriage, trial hears

Love triangle, while not relied upon by prosecutors, was a key feature of trial that saw Khaw Kim Sun, 53, convicted of killing his wife and teenage daughter with deadly gas

Rights group accuses Mexican armed forces of unlawful killings

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican troops and police committed two extrajudicial killings while confronting presumed fuel thieves in the central state of Puebla in May 2017, a Mexican human rights group said on Wednesday, adding to allegations of abuse against the military.

Liquor stores raided, seven held

SHAH ALAM: Seven people have been arrested in the aftermath of a mass alcohol poisoning that claimed 21 lives.

Held for questioning: Police officers escorting two workers from a shop selling liquor of the same brand as the ones bought at a shop near Taman Sri Kuching. — Bernama

Suspect escapes but wife shot during police operation

JOHOR BARU: A 40-year-old wo­­man was shot in the hip and back when policemen opened fired at a car driven by her husband who tried to flee a police operation.

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Xavier: Authorities should form task force and clamp down on illicit liquor

PETALING JAYA: Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar has called upon the authorities to clamp down on the sale of counterfeit liquor at grocery shops, following a mass alcohol poisoning that has already claimed 19 lives.

Dr Xavier Jayakumar. -filepic

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