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Lots to prove at ‘purple rally’

The biggest Muslim gathering in decades tomorrow will secure the Muslim ground for PAS but further alienate non-Muslims from the party.


Engineer denies graft charges

ALOR SETAR: A state Public Works Department senior assistant engineer was charged in a Sessions Court with five counts of soliciting and receiving bribes totalling RM105,000 as inducement to help a contractor secure tree felling, road maintenance and upgrading projects in Sik last year.


French prosecutor says Fillon fake work probe will continue

PARIS (Reuters) - Conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon's woes piled up on Thursday when France's financial prosecutor chose to pursue a probe into the fake-work scandal that has dogged him, and as far-right rival Marine Le Pen gained in the polls.


Duo claim trial to robbing hotel accountant of RM30,000

KUALA LUMPUR: Two jobless men claimed trial in a Sessions Court here Thursday to robbing a hotel accountant of RM30,000 early this month.

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Ahok heads for tough run-off

Jakarta: Jakarta’s Christian governor was heading for a tough run-off against a Muslim opponent in city elections seen as a test of religious tolerance in Muslim-majority Indonesia after a tight first round.

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Exceptions to double jeopardy protection

No persons should be imperilled by subsequent criminal prosecutions if he has already been convicted or acquitted.


April 3 hearing for Pua’s application to strike out suit

KUALA LUMPUR: A High Court has fixed April 3, to hear an application by Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua to strike out a suit filed by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak against him and an online news portal’s owner for allegedly defaming him over 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).


Six Ivorian journalists freed after three-day detention

ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Ivory Coast has released six journalists arrested for publishing stories that authorities said could incite another soldiers' revolt, the journalists' trade union said on Wednesday, following a series of army mutinies this year over pay.


Indonesians to vote in regional elections, all eyes on Jakarta

JAKARTA (Reuters) - The race to become governor of Indonesia's capital was heading for a second round between the incumbent Christian and a Muslim former education minister after neither appeared to win a majority in a Wednesday election.

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Ahok wins round one of Jakarta gubernatorial elections

JAKARTA: Incumbent Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has won the first round of gubernatorial elections held on Wednesday after a four-month campaign.