Adib inquest: Experts differ over EMRS van impact

SHAH ALAM: Retired UKM pathology professor Dr Shahrom Abd Wahid rebutted testimony by Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) forensic department head Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood and its medical forensic specialist Dr Ahmad Hafizam Hasmi over the impact of the reversing Emergency

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‘World’s smallest baby boy’ set to go home in Japan

TOKYO: The world’s smallest baby boy, who was born in October in Japan weighing as much as an apple, is now ready for the outside world, his doctor said Friday. Ryusuke Sekiya was delivered via emergency Caesarean section, after 24

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Tawau Immigration Department detains 45 Filipino illegal immigrants

TAWAU: A woman who was begging at Jalan Persisiran Highway here with her baby was among 45 illegal immigrants who were detained by the Tawau Immigration Department here yesterday. In the incident at 12.30 pm, the woman, in her 30s,

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Government’s AG failed to convince against four anti Rome Statute academics

BANGI: A lawyer contended that the government failed to ratify the Rome Statute because the Attorney General Tommy Thomas failed to convince the Malay Rulers.  He further stated that it was not the case of four law academics confusing the

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Indonesian jailed for illegal possession of bullet, knife at klia2

SEPANG: An Indonesian construction worker was sentenced to four months’ jail by the magistrate’s court here today for being in possession of a bullet, two bullet shells and a folding knife at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2) on

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Tony Pua: Malaysia’s current account balance remain in surplus

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s current account balance will remain in surplus for 2019 and the economy is not experiencing a current account deficit, says political secretary to the Finance Minister Tony Pua. Pua today issued a statement in response to a

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Perak MB: I am aware of attempts to topple me

IPOH: Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu said today there have been attempts to remove him as the menteri besar of Perak from the day he was appointed to the post. Nevertheless, he said, he has remained as

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Lawyer takes pot shot at four academics against Rome Statute

PUCHONG: Constitutional lawyer Lim Wei Jiat took a pot shot at the four academics who provided anti Rome Statute points to the Malay Rulers in his invitation to the public to attend a public forum. “It’s a shame that none

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Perak recommends free building maintenance programme

IPOH: The Perak government is proposing a free building maintenance programme for low and medium-cost apartment buildings in the state in the future. Chairman of the state Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages Committee Paul Yong

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Homeless man reunited with pet rat, thanks to New South Wales cops

SYDNEY: A homeless man in Sydney, Australia, has been reunited with his pet rat which disappeared earlier this month. Chris, 59, is a well known figure in downtown Sydney where the rat, called Lucy, is usually curled up on a

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