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High Court awards Isaacs RM855,600 in total

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Attorney General’s Chambers head of prosecution Datuk Stanley Isaacs (pic) has been awarded RM735,596 in damages and RM120,000 in cost by a High Court here over the negligent death of his wife four years ago.


Team Malaysia report card

ANOTHER World Championships outing is done and dusted and the wait for a first Malaysian world champion continues. The bid to end the elusive chase took a cruel twist from the start when three-time silver medallist Lee Chong Wei withdrew weeks before the world meet in Nanjing due to illness. In Chong Wei’s absence, the men’s doubles and mixed doubles were entrusted with the responsibility of ending the agonising wait but none accomplished it. But it’s not all gloom and doom as Malaysia still enjoyed one of their best outings in recent years. The nation was represented in three out of the five events in the quarter-finals for the first time since the 2006 edition in Madrid. And it took an independent shuttler Liew Daren to make it a memorable outing for Malaysia. Starsport’s TAN MING WAI gives his assessment on the performances of Malaysian shuttlers in Nanjing, China.

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‘A’ for keeping KL townships clean

TEN neighbourhoods in Kuala Lumpur have received grade A rating for being an exemplary township in rallying their communities together to keep their areas clean and safe.


Probe allegations thoroughly

From CONSULTANT of Seremban.

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Taser guns for Pahang cops to fight crime

KUANTAN: Pahang police will emphasise on the use of taser guns for frontline personnel in upholding law and order among the public, said state police chief Comm Datuk Seri Rosli Ab Rahman.


Renewed U.S. sanctions target Iran's economy, Tehran cool on talks

WASHINGTON/ANKARA (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's top security adviser on Monday urged Iran to take up an offer of talks with the United States or suffer more pain from economic sanctions, but Iran's president said Washington needed first to prove it can be trusted.


U.S. wants as many countries as possible to stop buying Iranian oil - senior official

LONDON (Reuters) - The United States wants as many countries as possible to cut their imports of Iranian oil to zero, a senior U.S. administration official said on Monday in a telephone press briefing.


Sterling drops to 11-week low on Brexit fears, trade tensions boost US$

NEW YORK: Concerns about Britain's plan to leave the euro zone sent the pound to an 11-week low against the greenback on Monday, while U.S.-China trade tensions helped boost the U.S. currency.


Oil price rises after OPEC sources say Saudi crude output fell

NEW YORK: Oil futures gained on Monday after OPEC sources said Saudi crude production unexpectedly fell in July, raising concerns about global oil supplies as the United States prepares to reinstate sanctions against major exporter Iran.


Russia expels Greek diplomats in retaliatory move

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Monday it had summoned Greece's ambassador to Moscow and told him it was responding in kind to what it called an unfriendly decision by Athens to expel two Russian diplomats.