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Four Himpunan Hijau organisers to be charged

RAUB: Four organising committee members of last year’s Himpunan Hijau Raub rally will be charged in court next week under the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

Borders disappointed with Jawi delaying withdrawing charges against employee

KUALA LUMPUR: Borders Malaysia has expressed disappointment with the Federal Territory Islamic Affairs Department for continuously delaying in withdrawing its charges against employee Nik Raina Nik Abdul Aziz.

Seek advice from insolvency dept, people with financial problems urged

KUCHING: Those facing financial problems are encouraged to approach the Malaysian Insolvency Department first for advice.

Nigeria seeks extradition of al Qaeda suspect to U.S.

ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria has asked a court to grant an extradition request for one of its citizens to the United States over charges of aiding the Yemeni branch of al-Qaeda, court documents seen by Reuters on Tuesday showed.

Abdul Hamid: Proficiency in English vital to excel in legal sector

KUALA LUMPUR: It is important for law graduates to be proficient in English to be marketable in the legal sector, said former chief justice of Malaysia Tun Abdul Hamid Moha­mad.

Jakim declares dog trainer video insulting to Islam

PUTRAJAYA: The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) has declared the controversial video clip '1 Hari Di Hari Raya' showing a woman celebrating Aidilfitri with her pet dogs as insulting to Islam.

Ahmad Zahid to Waytha: Toe the line, stop thinking like Hindraf

PUTRAJAYA: Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has advised Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P. Waytha Moorthy to toe the government line and not issue statements that contradicted government policy.

Iranian freed and arrested again amid high drama

KUALA LUMPUR: There was high drama in the High Court room here when the family and counsel of an Iranian, sought by authorities in the United States, tried to stop Immi­gration officers from re-arresting him.

Pandan MP to stand trial for violation of banking secrecy over NFC documents

PUTRAJAYA: Pandan Member of Parliament Mohd Rafizi Ramli has to stand trial in the Sessions Court for allegedly violating the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (Bafia) by revealing confidential banking details linked to the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) issue.

Dismissed – Application for stay by five in Lynas case

KUANTAN: The High Court here has dismissed an application by a group of Kuantan residents for a stay of proceedings on the judicial review of Lynas’ temporary operating licence (TOL) and ordered that they pay costs.