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Chinese boy, 18, told his adoptive father is prime suspect in real parents’ murder

Teenager was just a year old when he went missing in 2001 from property in which his parents were bludgeoned to death Man he called ‘dad’ now behind bars awaiting trial for double murder and kidnap


How the IPCMC should work | Newsflash

According to research by Center For A Better Tomorrow (Cenbet), over half of Malaysians don’t believe the police is trustworthy.


Perhilitan rescues female elephant stuck in mud pool

PETALING JAYA: A short clip of Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (Perhilitan) personnel freeing a female elephant stuck in a pool of mud has gone viral.


Cops detain man suspected of murdering event planner

PETALING JAYA: Police have arrested a man in connection with the murder of an event planner at his home in Ukay Perdana, Ampang.


Factbox: Blood and treasure or fantasy - What is the UK-U.S. 'special relationship'?

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's so-called special relationship with the United States was one of the most enduring alliances of the 20th century, though Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump have raised questions about its future.


Police investigate apparent murder of German local politician

BERLIN (Reuters) - German police are investigating the apparent murder of a prominent local politician, known for his pro-migrant views, who was found dead of a gunshot wound at his home.


Is MUET the right assessment?

THE dust has yet to settle on the Education Ministry directive instructing English option teachers to sit for the Malaysian University English Test (MUET).


Working her MaGIC

The new captain steering the ship at the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre is on a mission: to create local entrepreneurs savvy enough to ride on the waves of technology in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


China to tighten rules on foreigners using genetic material

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China said on Monday it will tighten regulations on human genetic material, putting checks on the passing of it abroad and insisting that any foreign companies or institutes wanting to use it in their work do so with a Chinese partner.


Cholera surge stalks Yemen's hungry and displaced

HAJJAH, Yemen (Reuters) - In the last two weeks Dr Asmahan Ahmed has seen a surge in suspected cholera cases arriving at her health centre in Abs, a small, Houthi-held town in northwest Yemen.