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Floods: Over 4,500 Evacuated In Malacca

Pic: A father and son moved their furniture following the heavy rain in Kampung Balai Panjang, Malaim, Malacca / NSTMALACCA: A total of 4,600 flood victims in Malacca involving 1,005 families are still being placed at 13 evacuation centres across the state as at 8am today.

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Smooth Traffic On Plus Highway, LPT

Pic: NSTKUALA LUMPUR: Traffic flow on the North-South Highway (PLUS) and the East Coast Expressway (LPT) was reported to be smooth this morning.

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Floods: Damaged Jln Tampin-Gemas Reopens

Pic: JKRGEMAS: The road at KM43 of Jalan Tampin-Gemas, which was closed since Saturday due to the overflowing of Sungai Kelamah, has been reopened.

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Tiger Hit By MPV Was From The Wild - T'ganu Wildlife Dept

KEMAMAN: The Terengganu Wildlife Department has confirmed that the tiger which was hit by a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) at KM321.2 of the East Coast Expressway Phase 2 (LPT2) in Kemaman yesterday was from the wild, and did not escape from a zoo nearby.

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Malaysia's New Twitter Police Target Critics Of PM Najib

Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak announces revisions to the fiscal budget in Putrajaya, Malaysia, January 28, 2016. REUTERS/OLIVIA HARRIS

Digitally savvy Malaysian police have been taking to social media to issue warnings to critics of scandal-hit Prime Minister Najib Razak in an unusual online campaign that critics say is unlikely to work.

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Malaysian Embassy In Indonesia Regrets Inaccurate Report On Mukhriz Mahathir's Resignation

JAKARTA: The Malaysian Embassy in Indonesia has expressed regret over local media reports on the resignation of Kedah Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir, which were found to be inaccurate and confusing.

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Rafidah's Lack Of Respect For UMNO Leadership Perplexing - Shahrizat

KUALA LUMPUR: UMNO Wanita chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said she was perplexed to read the Facebook posting of her former boss Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz, criticising the party leadership in view of the recently-concluded Kedah crisis.

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Najib Advises Traders To Adhere To Festive Season Price Control Scheme

KUALA LUMPUR -- Prime Minister today advised all traders nationwide to adhere to the Price Control Scheme, especially during this festive season.

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69 Indonesians Caught Trying To Leave Country Illegally

Pic: Marine PoliceJOHOR BAHARU: A total of 69 Indonesians including a skipper and five assistants were arrested while attempting to leave the country illegally in waters about 3.2 nautical miles west of Pulau Kukup near Pontian, at 12.15 am today.

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Number Of Flood Victims In Melaka Rises To 3,092

Pic: New Straits TimesMELAKA: The number of flood victims sheltered at the 13 relief centres in Melaka continued to rise to 3,092 involving 670 families as at noon today.

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