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Bahrain says Twitter account of its foreign minister hacked

DUBAI (Reuters) - Assailants have hacked the Twitter account of Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa and posted hostile and insulting videos, the foreign ministry and local media reported on Saturday.

North Korea‘poses a threat to us all’: Mattis

Singapore, (AFP) -North Korea and its nuclear weapons programme pose a “threat to us all,” US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday, calling on the international community to work together on the issue.

Taman Mas resident fears danger posed by large, leaning tree

A LARGE raintree is leaning dangerously towards wireman K. Mahendran’s house at Taman Mas, Menglembu.

Behind the mask of family entertainment

MIRI: Sarawak Housing and Local Government Ministry is urged to stop issuing licences for “family-entertainment” centres and revoke all existing permits.

Beijing probes Japanese citizen over security concerns

BEIJING: China said a Japanese citizen was being investigated for harming national security, following a similar case last month in which China said six Japanese were being questioned on suspicion of illegal activity.

MPS to launch ‘Green Project’ to beautify Rawang township

MANY trees in Bandar Country Homes (BCH), Rawang have been cut down over the past six months but Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) Zone 18 councillor Durairatnam Selladurai wants to ensure that the area will be greener.

Singapore motorists owe RM42mil

JOHOR BARU: State traffic police managed to collect about RM5.6mil from Singaporean motorists for outstanding traffic summonses from 2008 until April this year.

Wee: Tap into China’s appetite for Malaysian fruits

YONG PENG: Owners of orchards and small fruit farms, especially those here, should seize the opportunity that comes with China’s huge appetite for local fruits, said Mini­ster in the Prime Minister’s Depart­ment Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

Tackling transnational crime

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and China have agreed to cooperate in 16 areas in their fight against transnational crime, including tracking down citizens of either country suspected to have violated laws in the other nation.

Driver who went against traffic near Kulai surrenders

JOHOR BARU: A driver made a sudden U-turn while driving near the Kulai rest stop area of the North-South Expressway (NSE), ending up going against traffic and being in a video that has gone viral.