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PETALING JAYA: Several lawyers took to task Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi for his alleged comments that gangsters would be "shot first" if evidence was obtained as well as claims that a group of gangsters were "friends".
RAUB: A serial rapist known as "Rambo Bentong" who is facing 133 years in prison and 50 lashes, pleaded guilty on Monday to three additional charges of rape, causing hurt and committing robbery at a Sessions Court here.
PEKAN: A 17-year-old National Service trainee has been charged with murdering his fellow trainee at the Pinggiran Pelangi camp.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - For two decades, Lalu Prasad Yadav was a giant on India's political stage. He ran a state of 100 million people, he took charge of the country's massive rail network and his party was a crucial prop for the shaky coalition government in New Delhi.
MANAMA (Reuters) - The deputy leader of Bahrain's largest opposition party is to face trial on charges including inciting terrorism, the public prosecutor of the Gulf Arab kingdom said on Saturday.
SIBU: A local writer, Ann Chin Kit Suet (pic), will have her three books released for sale by Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh on Oct 12.
KUALA LUMPUR: Pascal Najadi, the son of slain Arab-Malaysian banking group founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi, said the revised Prevention of Crime Act (PCA) would be instrumental in thwarting hired killers in their tracks.
ROMPIN: All six National Service trainees from the Pinggiran Pelangi camp in Muadzam Shah near here are expected to be charged in Pekan on Monday over the death of a fellow trainee.
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PUTRAJAYA: The key suspect in the murder of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi is willing to surrender to police.