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The 22-year-old woman is accused of intentionally causing the death of her only child.
By 2040, nearly one-quarter of the population will be aged 60 or over in some areas, according to the latest government forecasts.
Journalist Katie Morley earned the wrath of Malaysians after she complained about the local dish she had on a British Airways flight.
Australian influencer Jamie Zhu claims he was upgraded to business class for free after faking a broken ankle.
Prosecutor Datuk V Sithambaram said that the move at such a late stage of trial clearly showed that the application was an ‘afterthought’.
Thermal scanners are being used at Kuala Lumpur International Airport ahead of the Lunar New Year travel rush after the WHO confirms the virus has spread to Japan and Thailand.
By the time he was in nursery, ‘Little Haryz’ could read his own favourite storybooks.
Police say they have received reports of rape from two women who were targeted over the Bigo Live app and there may be more to come.
Malaysians and some Singaporeans defended the local dish after journalist Katie Morley expressed disgust with the meal she had on a British Airways flight.
Inspector General Abdul Hamid Bador said he wanted to be a ‘superhero’ but faced ‘many obstacles by certain parties’ in bringing the fugitive financier to justice by 2019.
The former PM used the phrase ‘can I advise you something?’ to take a swipe at the attorney general who said nobody in the video could be identified.
Tommy Thomas said none of the individuals implicated in the video could be positively identified.
The social media star was stalked by fans during visits to the city state and Kuala Lumpur in 2013 and 2016.
Asian countries dominate the Henley Passport Index for 2020.
According to the files unveiled by the firm’s ex-employee Britanny Kaiser, Umno requested the company to prepare a proposal to regain 13 seats.
More than 230,000 Singapore vehicles have registered for the VEP but only a quarter have installed radio frequency identification tag.
The suspects were rounded up during raids on residential and office units in Puchong by the Immigration Department.
Those arrested were part of a group of 680 suspected scammers who were rounded up during a large-scale operation by the Immigration Department.
Police confiscated 80 mobile phones, 31 personal computers, seven internet routers, several credit cards, cash in various currencies and one passport.
‘Impulse-buying behaviour, easy access to personal loans and credit card financing’ heighten the risks, particularly among those aged 25 to 34.
Cheaper prices, regular flights and lower cost of living prove hard to resist, even for Hong Kong celebrities like Aaron Kwok, Hugo Ng and Dickson Lee.
The former premier testified that the funds from the late King Abdullah were a sign of support and to ensure political stability.
The online scam, which was run out of Kota Kinabalu, targeted victims from China, as the mainland clamps down on internet syndicates.
China’s ambassador to Malaysia said the embassy had received several reports of tourists who did not respect the sensitivities of Malaysians.
Malay women dressed in wedding gowns were photographed alongside tombstones and the images have been criticised as distasteful.
The prime minister said Malaysia was not ‘a very strong nation’ and did not have much bargaining power
The Home Ministry recently banned the book, which was distributed in some schools, for cultural insensitivity.
Liu Shasha, who was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, rammed her car into a 58-year-old public health assistant.
Assemblymen G. Saminathan and P. Gunasekaran were charged for supporting the militant group at an event held in 2018.
The seafood outlet, which initially used the machine on live animals, says it does not let customers play with the mechanical claw function.
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