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JOHOR BARU: Eleven men pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here for unauthorised possession of subsidised cooking oil - a controlled item in Malaysia - as well as for attempting to resell the item.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Turkey and Egypt will try to improve strained ties at talks starting in Cairo on Wednesday after an eight-year rift which led them to back rival factions in Libya's war and put them at odds in a dispute over east Mediterranean waters.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia is considering barring overseas pilgrims from the annual haj for the second year running as COVID-19 cases rise globally and worries grow about the emergence of new variants, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - In a rented three-storey building in Jakarta, Indonesian cleric Halim Ambiya has built his own Islamic boarding school that aims to help street youth return to the faith.
MASJID Jamek in Seremban continues to stand strong 121 years after the mosque was built, Harian Metro reported.
PETALING JAYA: A petition created in solidarity with 17-year-old Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam has gathered 900 signatures in support of her crusade to make schools a safe learning space for young girls and boys.
RAMBOUILLET, France (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Jean Castex paid tribute in a nationally televised ceremony on Friday to an administrative police worker stabbed to death last week at a police station, saying she was victim of "Islamist terrorism".
PETALING JAYA: A civil society group lodged a police report against a Facebook group for allegedly falsely claiming that a Christian leader insulted Muslims.
(Reuters) - At least 44 people were crushed to death at an overcrowded religious bonfire festival in Israel on Friday, medics said, in what they called a stampede.