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PONTIAN: The decision on whether Malaysian militant Yazid Sufaat, who has direct links to the Sept 11,2001 attacks in the United States, would be freed from the Simpang Renggam prison, has yet to be finalised.
PONTIAN: The decision on whether to free Malaysian militant Yazid Sufaat, who was directly linked to the Sept 11,2001 attacks in the United States, from the Simpang Renggam prison has yet to be finalised.
PUTRAJAYA: A policy to address security threats, which have become more complex and harder to tackle via conventional means, is needed to ensure the country’s security and public order be maintained, says the Prime Minister.
KUALA LUMPUR: The authorities have arrested 519 people suspected of being involved in terrorism, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Up to July 31, the police have arrested 519 people suspected of being involved in terrorism, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Monday (Aug 26).
A lot more has to be done to improve human rights in our country. Malaysians need to band together to subdue undemocratic forces in a democratic way.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - A United Nation expert said on Friday some Sri Lankan laws are "frequently applied" in a discriminatory manner and urged the government to address the root causes of public protests by treating everyone equally.
PETALING JAYA: A group of retired senior police officers want the government to only abolish provisions of law stipulating mandatory death sentence.
PETALING JAYA: The Retired Senior Police Officers Association of Malaysia (Respa) has called on the government to "clear the air" over the status of implementing the abolishment of the death penalty.
ONE year after the new Pakatan Harapan government has come into office, we find that human rights in Malaysia continue to be perverted because of apparent lack of political will to significantly reform the old Malaysian institutionalised politics of racism and racial discrimination.