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Turkish President and Leader of the Justice and Development (AK) Party, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, greeting citizens during an electoral rally at Gundogdu Square in Izmir, on April 29. - Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared in public on April 29,for the first time in three days, after a stomach infection kept him off the campaign trail before key polls. - Pic: AFP
Turkey's first-time voters turn away from Erdogan
ISTANBUL Turkey - Student Emre Ali Ferli has known no leader other than Recep Tayyip...
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Ex-headmaster loses death sentence appeal over Thai shooting
BANGKOK - Thailand's Supreme Court has rejected the final appeal of a former headmaster...
Sachi Wagh, an activist from a local anti-death penalty advocacy group, the Transformative Justice Collective (TJC), Sachi Wagh reads messages of support from the public during a livestream vigil for death row inmate Tangaraju Suppiah at a private office in Singapore on April 26. Suppiah was executed on April 26 according to the local anti-death penalty advocacy group the Transformative Justice Collective (TJC), in the country’s first capital punishment carried out in the year. Tangaraju was convicted for abetting an attempt to traffic one kilogram of cannabis in 2013. The case has reignited debate in the city state on capital punishment amid concerns by activists on the fairness of his trial and conviction. Pic: EPA
Singapore hangs prisoner over 1 kg of cannabis
SINGAPORE - Singapore hanged a prisoner on Wednesday after he was convicted of conspiracy to smuggle...
Singapore on Wednesday hanged a prisoner convicted of conspiracy to smuggle one kilogramme of cannabis, authorities said, ignoring international calls for the city-state to abolish capital punishment.
Singapore hangs prisoner over 1kg of cannabis
SINGAPORE - Singapore on Wednesday hanged a prisoner convicted of conspiracy to smuggle one...
Execution of Singaporean Tangaraju Suppiah will be carried out on 26 April at Changi prison, officials say.
Family of Singaporean on death row for cannabis pleads for clemency
SINGAPORE - The family of a Singaporean man due to be hanged next week over a kilogram of cannabis...
Transport Minister Anthony Loke says the move by Transport Ministry to abolish the theory test for PSV licences could help speed up the application process.- Bernama pic
Backlog of 2,000 PSV licence applications to be cleared soon, says Loke
PUTRAJAYA - The backlog of nearly 2,000 applications for the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) vocational...
Anwar (in front, center) taking a picture with Penang civil servants at Prime Minister Mandate Ceremony to Federal and Penang state civil servants held at Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Penang branch, here, on Friday.
PM seeks time to prove good governance, eliminate corruption
BUKIT MERTAJAM - The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has asked the people for time to prove...
The United Nations (UN) human rights experts hailed the government’s decision to revoke the mandatory death penalty for a range of serious crimes - FILEPIC
UN experts hail Malaysia's decision to end mandatory death penalty
KUALA LUMPUR - The United Nations (UN) human rights experts hailed the government’s decision to...
The Ipoh High Court today postponed its decision on a case of a trader charged with murdering a woman six years ago after allowing an application by the defence lawyer following the passing of a bill to abolish the death penalty in Malaysia by the Dewan Negara yesterday (April 11).
Abolition of mandatory death sentence: Decision on trader charged with murder postponed
IPOH - The High Court here today postponed its decision on a case of a trader charged with murdering...
Under Syariah criminal law, the death penalty is provided for offences for which the Quran stipulates a punishment, for example adultery (zina) and retaliation (qisas). Picture for illustration purpose only.
Death penalty in Islam only imposed in limited circumstances - religious experts
SHAH ALAM - In Islam, punishments were only restricted to very few offences and there is no offical...
UN says 'not possible' to create 'safe zones' in Gaza
No VIP prisoner rooms in Sungai Buloh Prison
Married couple lose over RM1.6 million to investment scam
Jovian, Nina going separate ways after 10 years of marriage
Four NGOs want OIC to urge Israel to stop trespassing into Al-Aqsa mosque
Nine cases of monkeypox reported in Malaysia
Nine cases of monkeypox infection (mpox) involving a foreign national and eight locals were reported in the country between July and November this year. - Photo 123RF
GEG: Khairy's fight for public health continues
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Child sexual abuse cases tops JKM's list - Nancy
Nancy - Bernama
Home Ministry drafting bill to safeguard welfare of police retirees, former police officers
The Home Ministry is drafting a bill to regulate the welfare aspects of police retirees, as well as former police officers, said its deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah. - BERNAMA FILE PIX
Gig economy attracting youths with flexible hours, independent environment - Nurul Izzah
Nurul Izzah during "Inspiring Women Series Tea and Talk" last week - FILE PIX by Sinar
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