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Sabah DAP rep tells PH to drop state-level MoU with GRS

Sabah DAP rep tells PH to drop state-level MoU with GRS

A DAP assemblyman needs the state Pakatan Harapan (PH) to drop the Sabah Reform Agenda (SRA) proposition it made to the Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) government as of late. Sri Tanjong agent Justin Wong said the SRA is like the update of comprehension (MoU) the resistance alliance endorsed with the …

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Appeals Court ruling on Ku Nan case is ‘good law’, says lawyer

Appeals Court ruling on Ku Nan case is ‘good law’, says lawyer

A greater part Court of Appeal deciding that a monetary commitment from a financial specialist to previous priest Tengku Adnan Mansor was a political gift will presently remain as “great law” since there had been no further allure, a legal counselor said. Syed Iskandar Syed Jaafar al-Mahdzar said the justices, …

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3.78 million vehicles yet to renew road tax, says JPJ

3.78 million vehicles yet to renew road tax, says JPJ

A sum of 3.78 million vehicles all through the nation still can’t seem to restore their Motor Vehicle License (LKM), also called street charge, as of Nov 16, as per the street transport office (JPJ). JPJ appointee chief general (arranging and tasks) Aedy Fadly Ramli said the proprietors of these …

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Gagal rayuan edar 1.3kg ganja, mahkamah Singapura kekalkan hukuman mati rakyat Malaysia

Gagal rayuan edar 1.3kg ganja, mahkamah Singapura kekalkan hukuman mati rakyat Malaysia

Mahkamah Rayuan Singapura hari ini menolak rayuan tiga lelaki termasuk dua rakyat Malaysia atas sabitan dan hukuman berkaitan tuduhan mengedar cannabis seberat 1.3kg. Berikutan keputusan itu, warga Malaysia Kamalnathan Muniandy, 27, dan warga Singapura Chandroo Subramaniam, 52, dihukum mati kerana bersubahat mengedarkan dadah terkawal Kelas A tersebut. Bagaimanapun, seorang lagi …

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Indonesia nabs 24 over extremist financing links

Indonesia nabs 24 over extremist financing links

Indonesia’s counterterrorism crew has captured 24 individuals on doubt of gathering pledges for Jemaah Islamiah (JI), the Al-Qaeda-connected fanatic gathering blamed for doing a portion of the country’s greatest assailant assaults. The suspects had been gathering assets for JI by means of two Islamic altruistic establishments and their captures will …

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Court rejects bids by Muhyiddin and Puad in suit by ex-PM

Court rejects bids by Muhyiddin and Puad in suit by ex-PM

The High Court here has turned down Umno preeminent chamber part Puad Zarkashi’s endeavor to save a brief directive recorded against him in a slander suit by previous head of the state Muhyiddin Yassin. Judge Mohd Firuz Jaffril likewise excused Muhyiddin’s application to broaden his order against Puad forthcoming removal …

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Thais probe Amnesty following ultra-royalist complaint

Thais probe Amnesty following ultra-royalist complaint

Thailand is exploring whether Amnesty International has violated any laws, its top state leader said today, after ultra-traditionalists required the common liberties gathering to be ousted for its help of activists confronting arraignment. A ultra-traditionalist gathering sent a letter to the public authority yesterday saying Amnesty’s missions to stop criminal …

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What we know about S. Africa’s new Covid variant

What we know about S. Africa’s new Covid variant

Worldwide specialists have responded with alert to a Covid variation distinguished in South Africa, with the EU, Britain and India among those reporting stricter line controls as researchers try to decide whether the transformation is immunization safe. Where and when was the new variation found? South African researchers identified few …

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Merck’s Covid-19 pill shows lower efficacy in updated data

Merck’s Covid-19 pill shows lower efficacy in updated data

Merck and Co said today refreshed information from the investigation of its trial Covid-19 pill showed lower viability in decreasing the danger of hospitalization and passings than a previous break examination, cutting them by 30% in the review. The drugmaker delivered break information in October showing a generally half decrease …

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French fishermen block Channel ferries in post-Brexit row

French fishermen block Channel ferries in post-Brexit row

French anglers today started a day of activity to disturb cross-Channel traffic in fight at the post-Brexit fishing freedoms allowed by Britain, obstructing ships looking to get to the northern port of Calais. About six fishing boats hindered admittance to the port as a component of a dissent because of …

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