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BANGKOK - Thai authorities arrested another Malaysian man suspected to be a key member of a drug syndicate at the busy Suvarnabhumi International Airport yesterday evening before he could board a flight back to Malaysia.
BANGKOK - Thai authorities arrested another Malaysian man suspected to be a key member of a drug syndicate at the busy Suvarnabhumi International Airport yesterday evening before he could board a flight back to Malaysia.
HEFEI - CHINA. China's home-grown humanoid robot Jia Jia fared poorly in her first English-language live "interview" with an American journalist on Monday morning.
KUALA LUMPUR - A police report was lodged against the owner of "Otai BERSIH" Facebook account, yesterday evening.
CARACAS - VENEZUELA. Gunmen killed two more people during political unrest in Venezuela on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths to 12 this month, as anti-government protests entered a fourth week with mass "sit-ins" to press for early elections.
IPOH - Perak Amanah is preparing to ensure their candidates victory in the upcoming GE14.
SHAH ALAM - Selangor Pas Deputy Commissioner, Datuk Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi denied allegation that the party is arrogant for wanting to fight against Umno/BN alone.
SERENA Williams on Monday called the alleged comments about her unborn child made by former world number one Ilie Nastase "racist" and applauded the International Tennis Federation for launching a probe into the remarks.
CAMBRIDGE - ENGLAND. A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic pollution, scientists say.
WASHINGTON - UNITED STATE. In an unusual move, the entire US Senate is being called to the White House for a briefing on North Korea.
CANBERRA - AUSTRALIA. Fresh evidence suggests that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is most likely located to the north of a main search zone, Australian scientists say.
  • YIWU - CHINA. After encountering a police checkpoint late on Monday night in Yiwu, one drunk driver came up with a creative way of getting out of failing a breathalyzer test.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Based on a research conducted by Invoke Malaysia, it showed that Amanah will overcome Pas if a three-cornered fight takes place in the upcoming GE14.
  • HEFEI - CHINA. China's home-grown humanoid robot Jia Jia fared poorly in her first English-language live "interview" with an American journalist on Monday morning.
  • BANGKOK - Thai authorities arrested another Malaysian man suspected to be a key member of a drug syndicate at the busy Suvarnabhumi International Airport yesterday evening before he could board a flight back to Malaysia.
  • CARACAS - VENEZUELA. Gunmen killed two more people during political unrest in Venezuela on Monday, bringing the total number of deaths to 12 this month, as anti-government protests entered a fourth week with mass "sit-ins" to press for early elections.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - A police report was lodged against the owner of "Otai BERSIH" Facebook account, yesterday evening.
  • SERENA Williams on Monday called the alleged comments about her unborn child made by former world number one Ilie Nastase "racist" and applauded the International Tennis Federation for launching a probe into the remarks.
  • SHAH ALAM - Selangor Pas Deputy Commissioner, Datuk Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi denied allegation that the party is arrogant for wanting to fight against Umno/BN alone.
  • IPOH - Perak Amanah is preparing to ensure their candidates victory in the upcoming GE14.
  • WASHINGTON - UNITED STATE. In an unusual move, the entire US Senate is being called to the White House for a briefing on North Korea.
  • CAMBRIDGE - ENGLAND. A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic pollution, scientists say.
  • DAEJEON - SOUTH KOREA. A South Korean man has died from poisoning after eating toads he had mistaken for edible bullfrogs.
  • CANBERRA - AUSTRALIA. Fresh evidence suggests that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is most likely located to the north of a main search zone, Australian scientists say.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - PKR Youth chief Datuk Adam Rosly Abdullah was charged in the Sessions Court here today with six counts of giving false statements and documents to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) during investigation on his alleged extraordinary wealth.
  • NEW DELHI - - INDIA. India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) issued a non-bailable warrant against international preacher, Dr. Zakir Naik regarding allegation that his ‘preach encourages terrorism’.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - The cost of living in Malaysia is the lowest among ASEAN member countries, according to the survey on the cost of living around the world in 2017 by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
  • MELAKA - The spirit of loyalty and togetherness should exist among civil servants in the country for Malaysia to become a successful nation, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today.
  • LOS ANGELES - UNITED STATE. An off-duty policewoman flew from Los Angeles international airport (LAX) to Taiwan with a gun in her hand luggage.
  • SHAH ALAM - The Malaysian Anti- Corruption Commission (MACC) has received a list of names consisting of players and officers in the Football Association Malaysia (FAM), associated with the allegation of misconduct.
  • LARUT - The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) will cooperate with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to curb the spread of fake news of fuel prices.
  • BEIRUT - LEBANON. The deadly nerve agent sarin was used in an attack that killed scores of civilians in northern Syria this month, the global chemical weapons watchdog said Wednesday.
  • SHAH ALAM - Allegation that Bersatu practiced cronyism by its former party leader is untrue, said Bersatu Deputy President, Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman.
  • PARIS - FRANCE. One policeman has been shot dead and two others wounded in central Paris, French police say, with their suspected attacker killed by security forces.
  • BANGKOK - Thai police scored a major success in its battle against an international drug syndicate with the arrest of a Malaysian man, whom they believed played a key role in smuggling hundreds of kilogrammes of "Ice", a type of Methaphetamine drugs, into Malaysia.
  • LONDON - An heir to the Red Bull energy drink fortune has refused to answer questions about whether he will return to Thailand this month to meet with prosecutors over an alleged hit-and-run that killed a police officer almost five years ago.
  • JELI - Kelantan Umno is setting up a special committee to prepare an election manifesto for Kelantan Barisan Nasion (BN) for the 14th general election.
  • GEORGETOWN - Bukit Bendera MP, Zairil Khir Johari have requested to deal with the issue of the intimate pictures circulating on social media himself.
  • GEORGETOWN - Penang DAP wants Bukit Bendera MP, Zairil Khir Johari to clarify on the allegation that he was the one caught in a combo of photos which went viral on social media showing him in close proximity with a female in a restaurant.
  • BEIJING - CHINA. A man and woman were detained at an airport in southwest China on Tuesday for brawling on the tarmac as they were boarding their flight, which was delayed for half an hour, a local news portal reports.
  • LOS ANGELES - Tennis superstar Serena Williams is pregnant and expecting to deliver her first baby this fall, her spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
  • SHAH ALAM - The 63rd Pas Muktamar, to be held end of the month, is expected to determine whether the party will end or maintain its political cooperation or ''tahaluf siyasi" with PKR.
  • SULAWESI - INDONESIA. In the Toraja region of Sulawesi, in Indonesia, the dead are a constant part of day-to-day life.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang has been challenged to step down from the post as the party has been unable to topple the Barisan Nasional (BN) in the general elections (GE) despite having the most seats as compared to other opposition parties.
  • SUZHOU - CHINA. A boy from eastern China survived after he copied a cartoon he had just seen by jumping from the 10th storey of a building trying to use an umbrella as a parachute, according to a television report.
  • SHAH ALAM - The Selangor police is expected to call activist Peter Chong soon to record his statement to facilitate investigation into the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo, who was reported missing since last February.
  • PUTRAJAYA - The appointment of Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein as the Minister of Special Functions is not to take over the duty of another ministry but to complement and strengthen the leadership institution in the government and party, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today.
  • HONG KONG - Actor Aaron Kwok, 51, ended days of speculation over his marriage plans when he threw a low-key wedding banquet at the swanky Peninsula Hong Kong Tuesday night with his Chinese model girlfriend Moka Fang.
  • CALIFORNIA - UNITED STATES . Facebook's chief has paid his respects to the family of a man whose killing was filmed and posted onto its site.
  • AFTER three years of marriage, celebrity couple Syamsul Yusof and Puteri Sarah welcomed their first born, a baby boy today.
  • JOHOR BAHRU - Johor state exco Datuk Abd Latiff Bandi and a property consultant were charged in the Sessions Court here today with 33 counts of corruption, involving RM30.3 million.
  • ALOR SETAR - The 37 year old woman detained by the police following a road crash which killed Baling Narcotics chief ASP Mohd Noor Mat Yaub and his wife yesterday tested positive for drug, Baling district police chief Supt Sharifudin Yusof said.
  • CALIFORNIA - UNITED STATES. Three white men were killed and another wounded when a black gunman opened fire in Fresno, California, in a suspected race attack, police have said.
  • PENDANG - Pokok Sena MP, Datuk Mahfuz Omar denied Pas Vice President, Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah allegation that he is still looking for a place to rely on.
  • ALOR SETAR - Two of the four siblings who were injured in a fatal accident that saw their parents killed in Kampung Teluk Keduri, Baling on Tuesday, will undergo surgery on their feet and hands, today.
  • JAKARTA - Some seven million Indonesians head to the polls today for the second round of voting in a local election to choose a governor for Jakarta.
  • JAKARTA - Voters in the Indonesian capital Jakarta are electing a governor after a campaign which has seen heightened religious and racial tensions.
  • PENNSYLVANIA - UNITED STATES. A man suspected of randomly shooting a grandfather and posting video of it to Facebook has taken his own life.
  • PUTRAJAYA - The need to send an envoy to North Korea and the status of the Malaysian Embassy in Pyongyang will be discussed, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
  • CLEVELAND - UNITED STATES. On Sunday morning, before he gained an unwanted fame on Facebook as a homicide victim, Robert Godwin, 74, visited his son, Robert Godwin Sr.
  • CORDOBA - SPAIN . An Argentine football fan died on Monday after being pushed from a stand at a derby match by an angry crowd who thought he was a rival supporter, officials said.
  • WASHINGTON - Donald Trump has congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his victory in Sunday's referendum that gave him sweeping new powers.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - The Ministry of Education (MOE) plans to allow students to use information and communication technology (ICT) devices such as laptops, tablets and mobile phones in schools.
  • SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA. A 17 year old girl has died after being mauled by a shark in full view of her parents on Australia's southwest coast, authorities said Tuesday April 18.
  • PUTRAJAYA - The remand period for a Selangor PKR youth leader has been extended four days starting tomorrow until April 22 to facilitate investigations into allegations of his extraordinary wealth.
  • SHAH ALAM - Pas Information Chief, Nasrudin Hassan will be contending for the position of Pas Vice President in the 63th Muktamar at the end of the month.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Thunderstorms over the waters off Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Sabah (Interior and West Coast) are expected to continue till late morning today.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Advisers to the national leader must be open-minded and be prepared to accept the views of others, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - A senator yesterday said Barisan Nasional (BN) should be given an A+ rating for its commitment in defending the people and contribution towards the nation''s prosperity.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - James Lee Chong Meng, the oldest Malaysian who attempted to capture the peak of Mount Everest, arrived at Lobuche today.
  • SHAH ALAM - Pas is confident of winning more than half of the 36 Dun seats in Kedah in PRU14 and form a new government in the state.
  • ANKARA - TURKEY. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has rejected criticism by monitors of Sunday's referendum in which he won sweeping new powers.
  • SHAH ALAM - PKR Vice President, Rafizi Ramli claimed that suing Malaysia Today website operator, Raja Petra Kamaruddin is a waste of money.
  • CLEVELAND - Police in Cleveland are searching for a man who broadcast the fatal shooting of a "random" victim live on Facebook.
  • SEPANG - Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito left today after a five-day official visit to Malaysia.
  • ANKARA - TURKEY. President Tayyip Erdogan told crowds of flag-waving supporters on Sunday that Turkey could hold another referendum on reinstating the death penalty, as he claimed victory in a vote that will hand him sweeping new powers.
  • PRAGUE - CZECH REPUBLIC. Two women died in a sauna in the northern Czech Republic after the door handle came off, trapping them inside, police said Sunday.
  • ISTANBUL - TURKEY. Residents in several neighbourhoods of Turkey's largest city Istanbul banged pots and pans from their windows on Sunday in a traditional form of protest as President Tayyip Erdogan claimed victory in a tightly-fought referendum.
  • JOHOR BAHRU - The Home Ministry (KDN) has warned all licenced print media against publishing articles that can threaten public order in the country and hurt the feeling of the people and their religion.
  • ANKARA - TURKEY. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has narrowly won a referendum to expand presidential powers, which could keep him in office until 2029.
  • BEIRUT - The death toll from a bomb attack on a crowded bus convoy outside Aleppo has reached at least 126 in the deadliest such incident in Syria in almost a year, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said on Sunday.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Muslims are advised to be with political parties which based their struggles on Quran and Sunnah.
  • RANTAU PANJANG - Only 33 Pas members has officially registered as Amanah members in Rantau Panjang.
  • SEPANG - After winning the world keirin title at the UCI Track World Championships in Hong Kong on Thursday, national elite track cyclist Mohd Azizulhasni Awang has now set his sights on the gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
  • DUNGUN - Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today visited ailing former Terengganu Wanita Umno chief Zaleha Long at her home in Kampung Molek here.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito today visited the National Museum as part of his five-day visit to Malaysia.
  • PYONGYANG - NORTH KOREA. North Korea has failed to launch a missile on its east coast, South Korean and US military officials say, a day after Pyongyang warned the US amid rising tension in the region.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - International preacher, Dr Zakir Abdul Karim Naik was awarded Anugerah Bintang Pahlawan Pribumi Perkasa Negara by Perkasa.
  • KUANTAN - Mara chairman Tan Sri Annuar Musa is expected to be called soon to give his statement on the alleged involvement in misappropriation of funds and abuse of power relating to the sponsorship for the Kelantan football team.
  • KUALA TERENGGANU - The Terengganu Health Department has confirmed that a pregnant woman has died of the Influenza A virus (H1N1), as circulated on social media recently.
  • KUALA NERUS - The Barisan Nasional (BN) government has great vision and plans for the country and the people to be implemented within the next few years, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
  • SHAH ALAM - PKR Wanita Chief, Zuraida Kamaruddin expressed willingness to be investigated by the Malaysian Anti-RCorruption Commission (MACC) following the detention of a young PKR leader in connection with his great wealth.‎
  • VERBANIA - ITALY. The world's oldest person has died in Italy at the age of 117, reports say.
  • ATLANTA - A 5 year old boy sustained fatal injuries at a rotating restaurant atop a skyscraper in downtown Atlanta when his head became lodged between a stationary wall and a table affixed to the slow-moving floor, officials said on Saturday.
  • RASHIDIN - SYRIA. A huge car bomb has blasted a convoy of coaches carrying evacuees from besieged government-held towns in Syria, killing at least 45 people.
  • PETALING JAYA - What an incredible ride to the top. ‘Pocket Rocketman’ Azizulhasni Awang finally claimed the rainbow jersey (winner’s jersey) he had been eyeing the whole of his illustrious career with a stunning display of speed in the Track Cycling World Championships in Hong Kong.
  • SYRIAN President Bashar al-Assad called claims that he used deadly sarin gas on his people a “100 percent fabrication” and insisted the US worked “hand-in-glove” with terrorists to carry out the attacks, he said in an interview published Thursday.
  • CALIFORNIA - UNITED STATES. "In our house, there is beauty in the way we speak to each other ... language is not broken but rather, bursting with emotion. It is a little messy. But this is where we have made our home."
  • GEORGIA - UNITED STATES. A Muslim teacher in a Georgia high school said someone left her an anonymous note in her classroom on Friday, telling her that her "headscarf isn't allowed anymore."
  • SUNGAI BESI - PKR Vice President, Rafizi Ramli claimed that former Pas leader, Dr Nasharudin Mat Isa received 1MDB fund from Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak's account.
  • SHAH ALAM - The government led by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, is believed to remain in power after GE14.
  • WASHINGTON - Russia has vetoed a draft resolution at the UN Security Council that would have condemned last week's alleged chemical attack in Syria and demanded that Damascus cooperate with investigators.
  • OTTAWA - CANADA. Nobel Peace prize laureate Malala Yousafzai says she is "humbled" to become the sixth person to receive an honorary Canadian citizenship.
  • SEPANG - The high-profile murder case of Kim Chol or Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has been set for remention on May 30.
  • SHAH ALAM - Statement of Bersatu President, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin which said that the party is ready to conditionally support RUU 355 was like placing a time bomb in Pakatan Harapan.
  • PUTRAJAYA - Crown Prince Naruhito's five-day official visit to Malaysia, beginning today will be the highlight of the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Malaysia-Japan bilateral relations, says Wisma Putra.
  • KUANTAN - Forty schools located throughout the country will be selected as pioneers of a cashless transaction system in line with the Education Ministry's desire to set up a debit card system for school students in the country.
  • WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump has said Nato is "no longer obsolete", reversing a stance that had alarmed allies.
  • SEPANG - Two women who had been tentatively charged with murdering North Korean Kim Jong-nam were brought to the Sepang Court Complex here today under heavy guard, for remention of their case.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has expressed support for Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein over his appointment as Minister with Special Functions in the Prime Minister's Department, effective today.
  • KUALA LUMPUR - The Inspector General of Police, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar prohibit the dialogue between former Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Minister of Tourism and Culture, Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz from being held at a police college.
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