Ramadan and Aidilfitri celebrations differ at home and Malaysia

PUCHONG: Ramadan is a month when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk.  While Malaysians have the luxury of breaking fast with family at dusk and eating food before dawn, foreigners residing here don’t get to do that with their loved

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“I want to start my life again”

“I want to start my life again”, International Crime Court tweeted a story of a former child soldier, captured at the age of 12 & forced to commit crimes. Part of the crimes on trial animation series, telling the survivor

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Breaking: 3 more terror attack suspects at large

KUALA LUMPUR: Police foiled a terrorist plot to attack non-Muslim houses of worship. In a shocking revelation today, four men linked to an Islamic State ‘wolf pack’ cell were arrested during the first week of Ramadan in connection with a

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Four caught over terror attack plans in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have caught four men who were planning terror attacks and assassinations in Malaysia during Ramadan. The four men linked to an Islamic State ‘wolf pack’ cell was arrested during the first week of Ramadan in connection with a

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‘Want to influence how to indirectly murder innocent people go elsewhere’

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Youth and Sports’s supervisory facility (KBS) is a prohibition zone for any party that holds the country’s antivaccine understanding to spread their message. Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman stressed that organizing seminars

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Trio charged with causing man’s death

PASIR MAS: Three men, all aged 26, were charged in the Sessions Court here today with causing the death of a man in front of the Kampung Bagus village headman’s office in Rantau Panjang last month. However, all of them,

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Mazlan Mansor named Deputy IGP

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman’s Commercial Criminal Investigation Department (CCID) director Datuk Mazlan Mansor is the new Deputy Inspector-General of Police effective from May 9. Mazlan’s appointment, which was announced today, comes shortly after the appointment of Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador

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‘I am the original’- Modi lookalike

His white beard neatly trimmed and a sleeveless jacket was thrown over his traditional Indian shirt, Abhinandan Pathak turns heads thanks to an uncanny resemblance to the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But Pathak — almost the same height and

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More press freedom post GE-14 with room for improvement

KUALA LUMPUR: After a year of Pakatan Harapan (PH) rule, the press in Malaysia is going through some positive developments as the new government repealed or set aside many of the archaic laws seen stifling press freedom in the country.

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Lack of US-China trade deal weighs on Asian markets

Markets in Asia were largely down in morning trade on Monday as the lack of a US-China trade deal cast a cloud over the market. Investors watched the latest developments warily in the trade war between the world’s top two

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