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Zahid expected to face fresh corruption charges

PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is expected to face 40 counts of corruption involving the foreign visa system (VLN) when he is brought to court this week.


Businessman Yakobashvili doesn't plan to return to Russia after gallery searched - Ifax

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Prominent businessman David Yakobashvili told Interfax news agency on Monday he did not plan to return to Russia after security services searched his art gallery, though he later denied this was the reason for his staying away.


Pasir Gudang pollution: Nine more kindergartens ordered to close

JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Nine tabika perpaduan or government kindergartens in Pasir Gudang near here have been ordered to close temporarily in light of the air pollution that has prevailed since Thursday (June 20).


Penang convent schools land will not be sold and will continue to be used for education, says owner

GEORGE TOWN: Sisters of Infant Jesus Malaysia, the owner of three convent schools in Penang, has reiterated that they will continue to advocate wholesome education in their mission schools.


Governments must regulate social networks: FB head

Governments must regulate social networks and not the companies themselves, Facebook's head of global affairs Nick Clegg said.


EXPLAINER: Money talks in Trump's Mideast plan. But can it pave way for peace?

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - More than two years after U.S. President Donald Trump first proposed a plan to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, its first phase will be formally unveiled on Tuesday at an economic workshop in Bahrain.


Haziq gets in touch with father, says he is okay and not to worry

SIBU: Abdul Aziz Ibrahim says his son, Haziq Abdullah Aziz, called him several days ago with the message: “Dad, I am okay. Do not worry about me”.


Suspected Chikungunya cases increase in Kedah, 23 people hit so far

ALOR SETAR: The number of people suspected to have been infected by the Chikungunya virus in Kedah has increased to 23.


IMF: Vital for Malaysia to boost policy buffers

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia must continue to build its policy buffers, given the possibility of escalating global trade tensions, to ensure that it has room to manoeuver in the event of a downturn, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


RHB Research positive on MoF’s RM6.2b takeover offer for highways

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Research Institute is positive on the Ministry of Finance’s (MoF) RM6.2bil offer to buy out four tolled highways after four months of negotiations.