Traffic Jam From Kuala Kangsar To Simpang Pulai

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 10 – Traffic on the North-South Highway is reported to be congested from Kuala Kangsar to Simpang Pulai, a distance of some 30km, as at 1.30pm today due the post-Aidifitri rush back to the Klang Valley. A PLUS Malaysia Berhad said a contra-flow lane had also been activated from Km289.6

Malaysia Can Continue To Grow By Over 4% This Year

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 10 – Malaysia’s economy can continue to grow by over four per cent this year and 2017 if the country does not face unexpected and prolonged declines in export demand, said analysts.Malaysian Rating Corp Bhd (MARC) forecast Malaysia’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth for 2016 at 4.4% and

Three Indonesians Kidnapped In Lahad Datu

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KOTA KINABALU, Jul 10 – Three Indonesians are believed to have been kidnapped by five armed men in Lahad Datu while fishing in Lahad Datu waters last night. Bernama learnt that the incident happened near midnight. Sabah police commissioner Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun is due to call a press conference on the matter in

Pak Lah Waterfall Now In A Sad State

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GEORGE TOWN, Jul 10 – Air Terjun Bayan Lepas, or better known by the locals as Air Terjun Pak Lah (Pak Lah Waterfall), a place where former prime minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi used to spend his childhood swimming is now dirty and serves as a dump site. According to locals,

Malaysia Condemns Baghdad Bomb Attack

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 9 – Malaysia condemns the terrorist attack in Karrada, Baghdad on July 3 which claimed 213 lives and injured 177 others. Wisma Putra in a statement today said Malaysia regarded the act as inhumane, and hoped those responsible would be brought to justice. It also conveyed the Malaysian Government’s deepest

US Records First Zika-Related Death

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LOS ANGELES, Jul 9 – A Utah resident infected with the Zika virus has died, becoming the first Zika-related fatality in the continental United States, officials said Friday. The elderly victim, who had an underlying health condition, died in late June after traveling to a country where the mosquito-transmitted virus is active,

22 Parcel Fraudulent Scam Cases Recorded In Terengganu

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KUALA TERENGGANU, Jul 8 – Twenty-two cases of parcel fraudulent scam with losses amounting to RM568,800 were recorded in Terengganu during the first six months of this year. Terengganu Commercial Crime Investigation Department chief, Supt Koh Ah Tiam said the number was alarming as compared to 42 cases recorded throughout last year

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