Low Yat scuffle: Don’t fall for tricks to cause unrest
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Low Yat scuffle: Don’t fall for tricks to cause unrest

PKR, PAS and DAP leaders visited Low Yat Plaza on Monday saying that netizens should…

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Najib deeply regrets Low Yat scuffle
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Najib deeply regrets Low Yat scuffle

In a statement, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said he deeply regretted the…

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Police Facebook page, Twitter account hacked
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Police Facebook page, Twitter account hacked

The official Facebook page and Twitter account of the Malaysian police were hacked by an…

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Operation to weed out driving under influence
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Operation to weed out driving under influence

Ops Target has seen 950 urine tests for express bus drivers nationwide during the balik…

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Low Yat scuffle: MCA urges police take stern action
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Low Yat scuffle: MCA urges police take stern action

MCA Youth leader Chong Sin Woon urges authorities to put a stop to all illegal…

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Low Yat scuffle: PKR and DAP leaders on protests
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Low Yat scuffle: PKR and DAP leaders on protests

Several PKR and DAP leaders address the press and crowd outside the shopping mall on…

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Cairo says goodbye to Omar Sharif
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Cairo says goodbye to Omar Sharif

Egyptians mourned the loss of Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Omar Sharif at…

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Low Yat scuffle: Fights and disturbances early Monday
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Low Yat scuffle: Fights and disturbances early Monday

Several media personnel are believed to be assaulted by a throng of people around Low…

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Low Yat scuffle: Mall opens for business
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Low Yat scuffle: Mall opens for business

The shopping mall where fight and protest broke out over the weekend has resumed business…

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Low Yat scuffle: Mall heavily guarded
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Low Yat scuffle: Mall heavily guarded

The parameters of Low Yat Plaza in Kuala Lumpur were cordoned off by police and…

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