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Police initiatives lauded by human rights activists

Human rights activists lauded the initiative to investigate all deaths of detainees and hold inquests but urged police to take more effort in preventing the deaths from occurring.

Faster probes into police custody deaths

All deaths of detainees in police custody will be investigated within a month and an inquest held to find out the causes as part of new initiatives to reform the remand system.

Towards a stronger Parliament

In a two-part series, PROF DR SHAD SALEEM FARUQI argues that Malaysia needs parliamentary support structure to improve our legislature#8217;s institutional efficacy.

Bar Council: Be transparent in investigating deaths

Be transparent when investigating the death of anyone in custody, the Bar Council of Malaysia has urged the Attorney-General and the Inspector-General of Police.

Focus on road mishaps

Road safety is a public health issue and efforts should be taken to ensure that roads are safer, LOH FOON FONG reports.

Video shows twins were cautioned

Iranian twins born joined at the head urged surgeons to press on with an operation to separate them, even if it could kill them, a video shown yesterday at a coroner's inquest into their deaths revealed.

US to pour more troops into Iraq

B>BAGHDAD:/BThe United States said on Thursday it will pour more troops into Iraq after another US soldier died there in a roadside ambush and Russia agreed to consider reducing Iraq's crippling debt.

Bid for inquest dismissed

A magistrate#8217;s court in Seremban has asked the father of a Form Six student shot dead by police to re-file his application for an inquest.

It’s 2-2 between cheats and refs

Cristiano Ronaldo felt a foor brush his thigh. He tumbled over. Simone Inzaghi felt a tug on his hurt. He went to ground. And two men cheated to get two penalties - and two goals - for their teams. But the refs weren't always fooled. Two others had to live with yellow cards when the refs wouldn't buy in the Champions League.

Surprise end to Porteous saga

BY JEFFREY FRANCIS