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Thai military diver dies as window for cave rescue narrows

A former Thai military diver helping to rescue a young football team trapped inside a flooded cave drowned Friday as officials warned the window of opportunity to free the youngsters is "limited".

Jaml taken straight to court from KLIA

Umno Sungai Besar Division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos arrived here today on repatriation from Indonesia and was taken straight to the Ampang Magistrate's Court from the KL International Airport (KLIA).

Jamal repatriated

Jamal arrived at KLIA at 2.47 pm on MH710 from Jakarta.

Vietnam activists flock to 'safe' social media after cyber crackdown

Tens of thousands of Vietnamese social media users are flocking to self-professed free speech platform Minds to avoid tough internet controls in a new cybersecurity law, activists and the company told AFP.

Commotion mars start of high profile court case

The fact Najib was hauled to the court to face corruption charges reflects the determination of the PH government to uphold the rule of law principle.

'Race against water' as rain threatens Thai boys in the cave

Thai rescuers on Thursday said they may be prodded into a complex extraction of 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave if forecast rains hammer the mountainside and jeopardise the rescue mission.

Rosmah may be arrested and charged

Rosmah could be arrested and charged, but not now, according to a MACC source.

AG hints of more charges on 1MDB

The Attorney-General's Chambers will file more charges relating to the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) scandal once it receives new investigation papers (IPs) from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Attorney-General Tommy Thomas said today.

Najib charged with corruption

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was formally charged Wednesday with corruption linked to a multi-billion dollar financial scandal that contributed to his shock election defeat less than two months ago.

Scores dead or missing in Indonesia ferry accident

Some 70 people are dead or missing after a ferry ran aground off the coast of Indonesia, according to an updated official toll Wednesday, the latest deadly maritime accident in the Southeast Asian archipelago.


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