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Israeli security forces deploy inside Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque complex following clashes which broke out in the morning with Palestinian protesters, on April 22, 2022. - AFP
Dozens wounded in clashes at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound
JERUSALEM - Israeli police clashed with Palestinian protesters on Friday in the latest violence at...
Palestinian demonstrators clash with Israeli police at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound after the morning prayers in east Jerusalem. - AFP
New clashes at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound
JERUSALEM - New clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters broke out on Friday at the...
General Operations Force (GOF) seized goods and property worth RM1.427 million in Taman Kota Puteri in Masai, Johor.
Syndicates selling subsidised diesel smashed in Johor
JOHOR BAHRU - The General Operations Force (GOF) in Simpang Renggam has crippled a syndicate...
epaselect epa09889627 Palestinian mourners carry the body of Palestinian Qusai Al Hamamrah during his funeral in the West Bank town of Husan near Bethlehem, 14 April 2022. According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, the 14-year-old Qusai Al Hamamrah was shot and killed by Israeli forces on the evening of 13 April, during an incident between Palestinians and Israeli security forces in the town of Husan, near Bethlehem. EPA/ABED AL HASHLAMOUN
At least 60 Palestinians injured after Israeli police broke into Jerusalem mosque, reports
MOSCOW - At least 60 Palestinians sustained injuries as a result of clashes with Israeli police...
Protestors take part in a demonstration against the surge of prices and shortage of fuel and other essential commodities at the entrance of the president's office in Colombo on April 4, 2022. - AFP
Sri Lanka parliament speaker warns crisis risks starvation
COLOMBO - Sri Lanka's crippling economic crisis risks causing starvation across the island...
Malaysian economy will be driven by recovery in domestic demand and expansion in exports, World Bank report says.
World Bank estimates Malaysia's economy to grow 5.5% in 2022
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia’s economy is expected grow 5.5 per cent this year, driven by recovery in...
A bird sits on the head of a statue outside the Alexandria federal court house during the trial of IS member El Shafee Elsheikh, the "Beatle", in Alexandria, Virginia, on March 30, 2022. - AFP
Italian aid worker recalls brutal treatment by IS 'Beatles'
ALEXANDRIA, UNITED STATES - An Italian aid worker described being beaten with a rubber cable and...
Ketum or its scientific name, Mitragyna specios - Source: 123rf
Ketum sale could help improve economy, says exco
ALOR SETAR - The state government's proposal to export ketum leaves should be looked at...
“They helped develop the country” – Vivy Yusof criticised for her explanation on British colonisation
A history lesson explaining on British colonisation to her son has landed female entrepreneur Vivy...
Dr Mahathir Mohamad-led Pejuang today launched their aspirations for Johor polls with focus on bringing the country back on track. Pic from Astro Awani
Vote for us if you hate corruption, Mahathir tells Johor voters
SHAH ALAM: Pejuang today laid out its aspirations for the Johor state polls, stating it will focus...
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Abuse: ‘Police can’t commence investigation unless the victim cooperates’ –...
Proton hints about launching new NEV models soon
German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach looks on during a plenary session, as the parliament scheduled the vote on decriminalisation of cannabis, on February 23, 2024 at the Bundestag (German lower house of parliament) in Berlin. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)
German parliament votes to legalise recreational cannabis
US President Joe Biden speaks to a bipartisan group of governors in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, during the National Governors Association Winter Meeting, on February 23, 2024. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)
US unveils fresh sanctions as Putin hails Russian 'heroes'
Lawyer LS Leonard addressed questions about the SRC International corruption case and former Najib's pardon, stressing the presence of evidence and due process. - Photo illustrated by Sinar Daily
Najib pardon - 'Two wrongs don't make a right'
Fully residential religious schools in Perak not allowed to use plastic bottles, packaging
Sultan Nazrin said the initiative by MAIPK and JAIPK to instil a culture of reducing single-use plastic usage should serve as an example for all departments and agencies in Perak. - Photo by Bernama
Oldest lipstick ever found discovered in Iran
Mineralogical composition of the oldest lipstick ever found. Photo by F. Zorzi/Scientific Reports
Journey along Merbok River reflects ancient Kedah Tua Kingdom era
Sungai Merbok, rich with various valuable treasures, attracts tourists from both within and outside the country.
Clearing the air: Asthma vs Bronchitis, what you need to know
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From warriors to queens: Meet Malaysia's princesses who led battles and shaped history
From Puteri Gunung Ledang to Princess Walinong Sari, Malaysia’s impressive princesses have captured hearts with their courage and beauty. - Photo for illustration purpose only.
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