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If possible, we want Jamal arrested today: Muhyiddin

"If possible, we want him arrested today, but we have to go according to procedures."

Private sector minimum wage announcement in August

Human resources minister M. Kulasegaran says the government will make an announcement on the new private sector minimum wage by August.

1 month Raya bonus for Selangor civil servants

SHAH ALAM, June 4 (Bernama) -- Selangor Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali today announced an Aidilfitri special payment of a month's salary for the 17,109 state civil servants, to be paid on June 25.

He said the payment involved a total sum of RM31.2 million.

He also said that the 755 civil servants of seven federal agencies in the state would be paid RM1,000 each, also on June 25.

Smoking causing millions of heart attacks, strokes: WHO

While the link between smoking and a range of cancers is well known, the World Health Organization warned there was too little awareness of tobacco's impact on the human heart.

Mission impossible for US cities wanting to respect Paris climate deal

When President Donald Trump announced the US exit from the Paris climate deal one year ago, the mayor of Philadelphia was among those who vowed to keep carrying the torch.

Sweet tooth? Brain-tinkering study makes sugar taste vile

Have you ever been on a diet and wished that spinach excited your tastebuds? Or that chocolate left you cold?

Joint Malaysia-Indonesia manhunt for Jamal

The police will join forces with Indonesian authorities on a manhunt to locate Jamal's whereabouts.

Placid Singapore braces for Trump-Kim storm

Singapore hotel rooms are being snapped up, police are preparing to lock down the city and thousands of journalists are set to jet in for the greatest media circus on Earth -- the US-North Korea summit.

Anwar: Canberra complicit in Malaysia corruption

Leading Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim claimed Friday that Australia was complicit in alleged corruption by the former government as he called on Canberra to send home a policeman implicated in a murder scandal.

Rafizi spared jail sentence, bound over for exposing 1MDB report

Rafizi Ramli is spared the jail sentence after the Court of Appeal binds him over to be of good behavior for two years for exposing a page of 1MDB audit report.


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