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Najib warns protesters over violence ahead of rally

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak warned Thursday violence would not be tolerated at a major anti-government demonstration planned for the weekend.


Laws must be complied in rallies

We hope both rivaling sides will exercise utmost restraint this Saturday, and let the police handle any untoward incident instead of taking the law into their own hands.


Feeling nervous in the run-up to Nov 19

We need clean and fair elections, good governance and a country free from corruption. There is too much at stake here to be frightened.


Water cannons may be used, police warn rally participants

IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says the police may have to resort to using water cannons this Saturday if the rallies go out of control.


Zuraida lodges police report over Jamal's accusation

Zuraida lodges a police report today at the Ampang police headquarters over Jamal's accusation that she caused him to suffer the bleeding nose.


In Malaysia's heartland, a call to action over corruption

With yellow flags waving and vuvuzelas blaring, a convoy of two dozen cars snakes into the sleepy Malaysian town of Batu Gajah, breaking the rural calm with warnings of corruption and national decay.


Why is ringgit falling despite China deals?

We simply have too many economic challenges ahead of us, but unfortunately our government gets so much carried away by the flashy economic data that it has overlooked the potential risks and the people's feelings.


Jamal warns of political violence

A Malaysian rightist figure has vowed that his supporters will confront a planned large-scale protest against corruption-tainted Prime Minister Najib Razak this month, warning ominously that "anything can happen, including violence."


Bersih, Red Shirts not registered under Societies Act: Zahid

The Registrar of Societies today confirmed that the Bersih and Red Shirts groups are not registered under the Societies Act 1996, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.


MCMC probing alleged foreign funding of portals: Salleh

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission is investigating complaints on the alleged channelling of foreign funds to certain news portals with the intention of overthrowing the democratically elected government in the country, it was stated here today.


 

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