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LAST_UPDATESun, 26 Oct 2014 1pm

Ordinary People Welcome To Debate Polemical Issues

Photo: The Borneo PostKOTA KINABALU- Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan has welcomed ordinary people to hold debates to address polemical issues, specifically on federal and state relations.

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Landslide Victims May Be Allowed To Go Home

Workers clear the earth after two blocks of the Teratai Apartments were affected by the landslide at Bukit Beruntung, Selangor on October 20, 2014. — Picture By Nazerul Ramli PETALING JAYA — The 900 Bukit Beruntung residents evacuated and housed temporarily in three schools following a landslide on Monday can look forward to returning home by tomorrow if there are no further soil movements.

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Minister: US Backs Adoption Of Resolution

Photo: New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR- THE United States will co-sponsor an International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) resolution that calls on all countries to prohibit acts of violence against civilian aircraft.

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Government Should Take Firmer Action To Empower National Agenda

GEORGE TOWN- Malay rights group, Perkasa wants the government to take firmer action to push the country's national agenda forward to strengthen unity among the various races.

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When Malaysians Flee To Get Justice

Ali Abd Jalil (left), who is currently facing eight charges of sedition for insulting the monarchy on Facebook, is now said to be seeking for asylum in Sweden after flying out of the country last week. — Bernama file pic  In the same week that Malaysia won a non-permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council, a Malaysian shockingly fled Malaysia to seek asylum and protection from what he called oppression from authorities and gangsters.

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Najib: Explain Jihad To Ummah

Photo: New Straits TimesPUTRAJAYA- THE meaning of jihad has to be explained properly to the ummah and all forms of extremism must be rejected, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

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RM1.4mil Fags Seized

Photo-MMEAKOTA KINABALU- A total of RM1.41 million worth of contraband cigarettes were confiscated by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) off Sipitang waters, Friday.

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Syed Azmi, The ‘Touch A Dog’ Organiser Who Turned Hero And Villain In A Week

Photo: The Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR — In just one week, Syed Azmi Alhabshi, a budding Muslim activist, discovered what it was like to be thrown into the spotlight for daring to challenge the status quo in his country.

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Missing Boy’s Body Found In PD

Photo- streetdirectory.comPORT DICKSON- A six-year-old boy was found drowned last night after missing during a picnic with his family at 3rd Mile Pantai Bagan Pinang, near here yesterday afternoon.

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Malaysia To Stress On Real - Time Aircraft Tracking At Montreal Meeting

File pic: www.mirror.co.ukKUALA LUMPUR: The need to implement real-time aircraft tracking and sharing of information pertaining to flight risks are among issues to be forwarded by Malaysia to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Council which meets in Canada next week.

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