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Malaysians should learn from Acehnese treatment of Rohingya refugees, says activist

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians should take a leaf from the book of the Acehnese people on their treatment of refugees, said a human rights activist.

Johor on high alert for leptospirosis cases at flood hit areas

JOHOR BARU: The state Health Department is closely monitoring the situation in flood-hit districts in Johor to ensure there are no leptospirosis (rat urine disease) cases.

Negri to stop spread of contagious ‘brucella’ virus in livestock

SEREMBAN: The Veterinary Services Department has been directed to cull livestock found to be infected with the contagious brucella virus after sick cows were found in three farms here.

Woman’s bid to chase snatch thief ends in fatal crash

BACHOK: A woman who tried to nail a snatch thief ended up dead after she lost control of her motorcycle and smashed into an electricity pole.

Kenyan court frees doctors' leaders jailed during health sector strike

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's Court of Appeal on Wednesday ordered the release from jail of officials from the national doctors' union so they can negotiate with the government over a strike that has paralysed the public health sector.

Suspected "Geng Chef Wan" robber jumps from third floor to escape cops

JOHOR BARU: A robbery suspect was injured after jumping from the third floor of a hotel room in Iskandar Puteri here in an attempt to evade police on Monday night.

Actor Hugh Jackman treated for skin cancer again

Sydney (AFP) - Australian movie star Hugh Jackman has undergone treatment for skin cancer again and renewed his warning to wear sunscreen.

Chop for 131-year-old raintree

A DYING raintree at the entrance of Penang Botanic Gardens will be removed in May, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

Siblings grieve loss due to dengue

GAU Chong Kee, 69, lost his younger brother Tong Sun, 62, to dengue.

Party leaders still stunned by Malacca mutiny

“CANCER”, “Gang of Four” and a “gift for Barisan Nasional” – these were some of the brickbats thrown at the four Malacca politicians who resigned from DAP.