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Health Ministry Confirms Third Case Of Botched Circumcision

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Health (MOH) has confirmed another case of a boy who sustained complications following a circumcision procedure as reported recently in various printed and electronic media.

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Circumcision Practitioners Must Be Competent: Health DG

PETALING JAYA: Health practitioners should possess the necessary competency and have sufficient experience before performing any circumcision procedures, said Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.

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No More Dog Meat For 'Olog-Olog' The Croc

KOTA KINABALU: A crocodile which has been feeding on dogs belonging to Kampung Ramayah residents in Penampang for several months will have to give up its canine diet.

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Kelantan Flood Victims Decrease This Afternoon

KOTA BHARU: The number of flood victims in Kelantan dropped to 4,196 people as of 1pm today compared with 4,695 this morning.

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Malaysia Ready To Face Possibility Of TPPA Cancellation

IPOH: Malaysia is ready to face any eventuality arising from the possibility of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) being scrapped.

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MACC Arrests 'Datuk' Returning From Umrah

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested a "Datuk", who is also a former managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) of a financial services agency for micro and small entrepreneurs under the government today.

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Ah Long Aims At Wrong Target In A Case Of Mistaken Identity

SEREMBAN: A married couple revealed the horror of living in fear after receiving a threatening note mistakenly sent by Ah Long and having their home splashed with paint.

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Hubby Pimping Wife: Neighbours Say Couple Did Not Raise Suspicion

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SUNGAI PETANI: FOUR months ago, a couple appeared from nowhere and shifted into the flat unit on the fourth floor of one of the low-cost blocks in Paya Nahu People’s Housing Project (PPR) with their belongings and some furniture.

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East Coast Floods: T'ganu Declared Free Of Flood-Related Diseases

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KUALA TERENGGANU: In spite of recent widespread flooding, Terengganu has been given a clean bill of health. State health department director Dr Mohamad Omar said there were no cases of vector-borne, contagious or communicable diseases reported during the week-long monsoon floods which inundated many low-lying areas and villages.

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ARC Proposes 2017 Be Declared "International Rohingya Solidarity Year"

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Asean Rohingya Center (ARC) here has proposed that 2017 be declared “International Rohingya Solidarity Year.”

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