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Inspired by the French Revolution, the young leader believes the biggest victory is sparking courage.
MIRI: A total of four people were killed when a shophouse was razed in a 3am fire on Sunday (Sept 27) in the town of Debak in central Sarawak.
Stranded Malaysians and Singaporean hosts forge friendships during the pandemic.
The power of journalism is that you can erase something or you can shine a light on it. In fighting the cause to save Fraser's Hill, we are grateful that there is such thing as journalism.
KOTA KINABALU: A “Power Ranger” stole the show at SMK Tansau Putatan when he turned up to cast his vote in the 16th state election.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah voters were up early to cast their ballots statewide, the second time in 28 months.
DANANG has returned to normal after successfully controlling an outbreak of Covid-19 cases in the city.
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Pro-independence rebels tried to seize strategic buildings in the Congolese mining hub of Lubumbashi overnight, beheading two policemen and killing a soldier before security forces repelled the incursion, regional authorities said on Saturday.
IPOH: Over 20 daily licensed petty traders are crying foul for not being able to trade outside the Jelapang market since the movement control order (MCO) went into force on March 18.
No security threats on polling day but more than 100 in boats turned away earlier, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU: No security threats or public chaos has been recorded so far on polling day, and the trend is expected to continue until 5pm on Saturday (Sept 26) when voting closes, says Datuk Hazani Ghazali.