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Prosecution asks for RM3mil bail each, as Najib, Irwan plead not guilty

KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and former Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah have pleaded not guilty to six charges of criminal breach of trust involving RM6.6bil at the Sessions Court.


Amazon officials pitched their facial recognition software to ICE

Amazon officials earlier this year pitched the company's controversial facial recognition software to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, according to documents uncovered by the Project on Government Oversight.


Politicking gone overboard

MIRI: The past week has seen ordinary Sarawakians treated to a cocktail of very-public political controversies from both sides of the political divide in the state.

Metro News

Pouring their hearts into charity effort

CELEBRATING diversity and culture, the Technicolour Festival was a sight to behold with activities, food and performances galore.

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Corporate sector’s help sought

JOHOR BARU: State government agencies should make sacrifices including “cutting down” on at least one or two meals served during meetings annually and channel the savings to non-governmental organisations such as the Johor Cerebral Palsy Association, said Johor Consumerism, Human Resources and Unity Committee chairman Dr S. Ramakrishnan.

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Japan confirms ID of journo freed from Syria

TOKYO: Japan confirmed that a man freed from Syria is a Japanese freelance journalist who was kidnapped three years ago and said he appears to be in good health.

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Abe vows closer ties with China

TOKYO: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (pic) vowed to bolster cooperation and friendship between Japan and China in a key policy speech before making the first official trip to Beijing by a Japanese leader in seven years.

Metro News

Graduating with bright outlook ahead

IT WAS a memorable day on Oct 21 for First City University College’s Class of 2018 graduates as they reached the pinnacle of their education journey.


China-Japan ties improve

Thanks to Trump’s sharp attacks on the trade front


Deutsche Bank cuts full-year revenue outlook

FRANKFURT: Deutsche Bank AG conceded that the scaling back of its business will hit revenue more than previously expected, even as cost reductions may help it post the first annual profit in four years.