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IS leaders - infuriated over Wanndy's failure to carry out attacks in Malaysia'

Hit and miss: Muhammad Wanndy in Syria in this file picture. The militant's position as an IS leader in Malaysia is at risk of being stripped.



Indonesian biker killed

Papar: A 61-year old Indonesia businessman died after his Harley Davidson motorcycle rammed into a Toyota Hilux at Km7, Jalan Lama Papar-Kota Kinabalu, on Monday. District Police Chief DSP Norazizulkifli Mansor said the deceased was speeding from Kota Kinabalu to Labuan during the 7.15am tragedy.



Australia, New Zealand Mark Memorials to War Dead Throughout Asia

Tens of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders paid tribute Tuesday at memorials and graves for war veterans and in remembrance to the price paid in conflict in more than a century of wars. The services, known as ANZAC Day, began following Australia's and New Zealand's role in fighting alongside former colonial power, Britain, in the trenches of Gallipoli against the Ottoman Turkish Empire during World War I .



Police arrest four over property scam

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested four people in connection with a syndicate scamming people into purchasing non-existent properties in Sg Tua. Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said police were alerted after one of the victims lodged a report on April 18. "The victim, a woman, claimed she had seen an advertisement online and went to a showroom at Jalan Segambut where she was offered a unit for RM120,000.



UNHCR, Malaysian firm launch mobile app on refugee struggle

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Teen lovers' tryst ends in tragedy with boy found dead

KOTA KINABALU: The two young lovers had apparently run off together before - but their latest tryst ended in tragedy when the girl's older brother allegedly intervened, resulting in the teenage boy's death. Mohd Ayieruchizamsyah Lambang, 16 , had returned home with a bloody nose at about 7.30pm on Sunday and told his mother that an unknown person had attacked him, police said.



Police to quiz TV presenter over Watson Nyambek insult

MIRI: Police will bring in for questioning the TV presenter over an insulting remark at Watson Nyambek's father on a national TV show. Sarawak CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Dev Kumar said that the former national sprinter had lodged a report and that police had classified the case under Section 504 of the Penal Code.



Sara KuhnMonash University Malaysia

Sara Kuhn is the senior manager for research and learning at Monash University Malaysia in Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia . Sara has been an ACRL member since 2016 and is your ACRL member of the week for April 24, 2017.



Malaysia's 1MDB reaches settlement deal with Abu Dhabi's IPIC

ABU DHABI/KUALA LUMPUR: Abu Dhabi and Malaysia have reached a conditional agreement under which Malaysian state fund 1MDB will pay US$1.2 billion to settle a debt dispute that had led to arbitration proceedings in London. Separately, 1MDB and Malaysia's Ministry of Finance will assume responsibility for all future interest and principal payments under two bonds issued by 1MDB Group companies that are guaranteed by the Malaysian state fund and Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Co , IPIC said in a filing in London.



Abu Dhabi, Malaysia conditionally agree 1MDB debt deal

Allegations that huge sums were misappropriated from 1MDB triggered a scandal which has embroiled Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, though he has denied any wrongdoing AFP/MANAN VATSYAYANA ABU DHABI/KUALA LUMPUR: Abu Dhabi and Malaysia have reached a conditional agreement under which Malaysian state fund 1MDB will pay US$1.2 billion to settle a debt dispute that had led to arbitration proceedings in London. Separately, 1MDB and Malaysia's Ministry of Finance will assume responsibility for all future interest and principal payments under two bonds issued by 1MDB Group companies that are guaranteed by the Malaysian state fund and Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Co , IPIC said in a filing in London.



Malaysia's 1MDB reaches settlement deal with Abu Dhabi's IPIC

Men walk past a 1Malaysia Development Berhad billboard at the fund's flagship Tun Razak Exchange development in Kuala Lumpur March 1, 2015. Malaysia's state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad said on Monday it had reached an agreement with Abu Dhabi state fund IPIC on the settlement of arbitration proceedings at the London Court of International Arbitration.



Girl, 12, shot and injured by bird hunters

ALOR SETAR: A 12-year-old girl from Kampung Lubuk Keriang in Pokok Sena near here was injured after being shot by bird hunters on Sunday. Police said pellets from a Topper 12-gauge single-shot shotgun fired by the hunters hit Nur Syahida Bakar, a Year Six pupil of SK Tualang in Pokok Sena near here.



Teachers under extreme stress need counselling: Malaysia deputy minister

KUALA LUMPUR: Teachers who experience ''extreme stress'' while performing their duties are encouraged to seek counselling at the education ministry''s psychology and counselling division. Deputy minister P Kamalanathan said the move was to prevent any untoward incident involving teachers.



Two UMS students killed after car smashes into tree

KOTA KINABALU: Two Universiti Malaysia Sabah students were killed in an accident after the car they were in crashed into tree along the city's Likas coastal road during the wee hours of Sunday. The two students are 23-year-old Mohd Haidil Amran from Sabah's Kunak district, and 22-year-old Nur Azlina Tan Lian Chew from Tawau.



Efforts to rein in Malaysian

DESPITE the various measures by the government to make housing more affordable, house prices continue to rise, although at a more gradual pace, participants at the "Post-Property Market Report 2016 dialogue" were told. The introduction of tighter lending conditions to remove speculation, the offering of various affordable housing schemes at national and state levels and government subsidies have not resulted in making housing affordable for the masses.



Constitutional Monarchy Ensures Stability, Inspires Confidence In Malaysia - Salleh

KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 --Malaysia's constitutional monarchy has ensured stability which brings confidence to the country, says Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak. In a posting on his blog sskeruak.blogspot.my, he noted that foreign investors had ranked this country as the most politically stable in Southeast Asia.



Setting Up Of High Level Malaysia-China Committee Strengthens Defence Cooperation - Hishammuddin

Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway Welcome to the official portal of the Malaysian National News Agency - Your News Gateway By Sh Nur Shahrizad Sy Mohamed Sharer KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 -- Tomorrow on April 24, 2017, Malaysians will once again witness the historic event of the installation of the Supreme Head of the country when the Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V, ascends the throne as the 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, replacing Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu 'adzam Shah.