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LAST_UPDATEMon, 20 Feb 2017 6pm

Boat Frame Found During Search For Capsized Catamaran

KOTA KINABALU: Police today confirmed the discovery of a boat frame in Membakut waters near here yesterday but have yet to ascertain whether it was of the catamaran that capsized in the waters of Pulau Mengalum on Jan 28.

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Bringing Babies, Kids To Gathering Violates Law

Filepic: ReutersKUALA LUMPUR: Members of the public who brought babies and children to the Gathering 355 yesterday have contravened Section 4 (2)(f) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.

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MCPF Wants Stricter Enforcement Of Child Act 2001

SEREMBAN: The government should ensure stricter enforcement of the Child Act 2001 including taking action against parents who allow their underage children to roam outside the house during the wee hours.

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Johor Promises RM1,000 Aid To Each Survivor Of Cycling Tragedy

Filepic: BernamaJOHOR BARU: The Johor government will give RM1,000 each to the eight teenagers injured in Saturday’s cycling tragedy here.

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Ban Underage Youths From Loitering In Cities At Night: Nur Jazlan

Filepic: New Straits TimesJOHOR BAHRU: The Home Ministry (KDN) wants state governments to ban underaged youths from loitering around city areas, roads and certain locations late at night.

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MACC Nabs Customs Officer Impersonator Who Pocketed RM2,500 Bribe

Filepic: New Straits TimesJOHOR BAHRU: The Kluang branch of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) detained a man yesterday for taking a bribe of RM2,500 while masquerading as a Customs officer.

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Malaysia Summons N. Korean Ambassador, Recalls Envoy From Pyongyang

Filepic: BernamaMalaysia's foreign ministry summoned North Korea's ambassador on Monday over allegations he had made over the Southeast Asian country's handling of the investigation into the murder in Kuala Lumpur of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother.

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Four Prime Suspects Fled Country, Cops Also Hunting For Three More North Koreans

KUALA LUMPUR: Four prime male suspects, who were present at klia2 when Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, was killed on Feb 13, have fled Malaysia.

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Youth Held For Punching DBKL Enforcement Officer

Pic: FacebookKUALA LUMPUR - Police detained a local youth for allegedly punching a Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) enforcement officer over a banner on cycling here Sunday.

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Parents' Plea To Public To Stop Viralling Blame Over Cycling Tragedy

JOHOR BAHRU -- "It's enough. I hope the public will stop blaming the parents and victims," said Fatimah Nasir, mother of one of the victims of the cycling tragedy at the Middle Ring Road.

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