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Singaporean businessman sentenced to 3 years and 10 months' jail for funding terrorist attacks in Syria
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): A Singaporean businessman who helped fund terrorist attacks in Syria was sentenced to three years and 10 months' jail in a district court on Thursday (Sept 9).
MANY people are not putting up the Jalur Gemilang this year due to a shortage of flags as manufacturers were not allowed to operate under Phase One of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) implemented in June.
DESPITE entering Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan, the Komtar bus terminal in Penang, is still home to some needy people with a handful of them spending their nights at the public place.
A Singaporean businessman has been charged in a district court with helping to fund terrorist attacks in Syria.
IPOH: A mobile vaccination centre is being planned in the Pasir Pinji constituency.
TO SUPPORT a bakery run by the hearing and speech-impaired, a 66-year-old spent RM1,200 to buy pastries for struggling families in the Stulang area in Johor Baru.
KUALA TERENGGANU: They may be homeless, but they know they have a role to play to ensure the country can achieve herd immunity against Covid-19.
SMALL businesses in Johor are racing to do online promotions and secure last-minute orders in time for Fathers Day tomorrow.
HUNDREDS of taxi drivers are giving up their jobs to look for other sources of income as their daily earnings have dropped by at least 80% because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
SIBU Municipal Council (SMC) has received good response from hawkers to its Covid-19 vaccination drive.