RM177mil In 91 Bank Accounts Belonging To MBI Frozen In Nationwide

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PUTRAJAYA, May 31 – A total of 91 bank accounts, amounting to RM177 million, have been frozen following Monday’s raids on various locations linked to a local financial scheme company, MBI Group International. Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry’s enforcement director Datuk Mohd Roslan Mahayudin said the accounts with eight banks comprised of 43

Petrol Price Go Down On First Week Of June

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PETALING JAYA, May 31 – The new retail price for petrol RON95 and RON97 for the first week of June will deccreased by 2 sen per liter while diesel will decreased by 1 sen per liter which will effective at midnight tonight. The new prices will come into effect on Thursday until June 7. The new price after

Passenger Plane Overshoots Runway In Eastern Indonesia

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JAKARTA, May 31 – A Indonesian passenger plane carrying 146 people skidded off the runway as it landed in the eastern Papua region Wednesday, an official said, the latest mishap to hit the country’s aviation sector. No one was hurt after the Boeing aircraft operated by domestic carrier Sriwijaya Air overshot the

Kabul Blast Toll Leaps To 80 Dead, More Than 300 Wounded

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KABUL, May 31 – At least 80 peoplewere killedand hundreds wounded Wednesday when a massive truck bomb ripped through Kabul’s diplomatic quarter, bringing carnage to the streets of the Afghan capital and shattering windows hundreds of metres away. Bodies littered the scene and a towering plume of smoke rose from the

Alor Gajah CID Chief Released On MACC Bail

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PUTRAJAYA, May 31  – A police officer who was remanded for seven days to facilitate the investigation into a corruption case involving collecting of protection money from illegal gambling joint operators and massage parlours in Malacca, was released today. Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasmin Wan Ab Rahman allowed the Assistant Superintendent of

Three Malaysians Questioned In Manchester Are Innocent

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PETALING JAYA, May 31 – The three Malaysians, who were questioned by British police on Monday, are “innocent Muslim students”. The Times reported today that they may have been “used” by Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi. Friends of the three Malaysians said yesterday that Abedi may have taken advantage of their hospitality

Uber Fires Engineer At Center Of Trade Secret Suit

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SAN FRANCISCO, May 31 – Uber on Tuesday confirmed that it has fired an engineer accused in a trade secrets suit involving files he purportedly purloined from Alphabet’s self-driving car unit Waymo. The firing of Anthony Levandowski came just ahead of a date set by a judge for Uber to return files

Trump’s Use Of Private Cellphone Raises Security Concerns

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WASHINGTON, May 31 – President Donald Trump has been handing out his cellphone number to world leaders and urging them to call him directly, an unusual invitation that breaks diplomatic protocol and is raising concerns about the security and secrecy of the US commander in chief’s communications. Trump has urged leaders

Three Suspects Released In Manchester Terror Probe

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LONDON, May 31 – Manchester police on Tuesday released three of the men arrested in connection with the May 22 terrorist attack at pop concert in the British city. A total of 11 people remain in British custody following the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena where US star Ariana Grande was performing.

Sri Lanka Appeals For Help As Floods Cripple Water Supply

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COLOMBO, May 30 – Sri Lanka appealed for volunteers Tuesday to help with a massive recovery operation in the wake of devastating flooding that left 183 dead and tens of thousands without clean drinking water. State television broadcast calls for public assistance to clean drinking wells contaminated by the monsoon floods, the

‘Jihadist Drug’ Seized For First Time In France

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PARIS, May 30 – French customs officials said Tuesday that they had intercepted 135kg (300 pounds) of Captagon, dubbed the “jihadists’ drug”, at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport this year, a first for France. Captagon, a type of amphetamine, is one of the most commonly used drugs among fighters in the Syrian

Bursa Malaysia Ends Mixed In Cautious Trading

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 – Bursa Malaysia ended mixed in cautious trading as gains in key heavyweights were offset by losses in small-cap stocks. The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) ended at 1,765.34, up 0.45 of-a-point from yesterday’s close of 1,764.89. After opening 0.5 of-a-point lower at 1,764.39, the market

Court Releases Van Driver On MACC Bail

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PUTRAJAYA, May 30 – A van driver who was remanded for six days to facilitate investigations in a corruption probe related to illegal gambling premises and massage parlours in Melaka, was released on bail yesterday. Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman allowed the 32-year-old man to be released on a Malaysian

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