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Bus driver jailed and fined for stealing watch

SHAH ALAM: A bus driver was sentenced to four days’ jail and fined RM2,500 by the magistrate’s court here for stealing a wristwatch belonging to an official of the Malaysian women’s football team.

Long queues at venues due to spectator screening, says IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: The long queues outside event venues for the SEA Games here are due to the screening of spectators before they are allowed to enter, the Inspector-General of Police said.

DPM: We aim to get into Tier 1

EXCLUSIVE: PUTRAJAYA: A special court to handle human trafficking cases has been set up as part of the measures to get Malaysia into the top-ranked Tier 1 list of countries in the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TiP) annual report by 2020.

MB: Proposed RCI on Memali not targeted at Dr Mahathir

ALOR SETAR: The proposal for a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on the Memali incident is not to victimise Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Kedah Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah said.

Biker survives 12m plunge from flyover

A MOTORCYCLIST lost control of his high-performance bike on an elevated road in Penang and was flung 12m to the ground.

Acquaintance of slain cop held under Poca

KUALA LUMPUR: The acquaintance that Sub-Inspector Abu Hashim Ismail was talking to before he was shot dead is under restricted residence for smuggling activities.

Motorcycle theft trio stopped in their tracks

BALIK PULAU: Police have busted a motorcycle theft gang with the arrest of three suspects, two of them Indonesians.

MACC reports filed against PKR duo

GEORGE TOWN: Two PKR’s Penang Island city councillors have denied any wrongdoings as alleged by two non-governmental organisations which lodged reports with the state anti-graft body.

New app makes it easier to share and report crime cases

THE PUBLIC can now share information or lodge complaints pertaining to crime more easily with the Volunteer Smartphone Patrol mobile app.

Philippines' Duterte says there could have been abuses in war on drugs

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday said there could have been abuses in his government's war on drugs and ordered the police to take custody of officers who were involved in the killing of a high school student last week.