KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic on several major highways was under control as of 12 noon today, although there were many cars reported to be heading out of the capital today.
KUANTAN: A total 1,309 dengue cases with six deaths were recorded in Pahang as of June 25, said State Health Department director Datuk Dr Zainal Ariffin Omar.
ARAU: Police received a stroke of luck this morning when a traffic accident led to the discovery of 150kg of compressed ganja, the biggest haul in the state this year.
KEPALA BATAS: Malaysians who wish to go to Turkey are advised to contact Wisma Putra or the Malaysian embassy there to know the latest developments in the country following the terrorist attacks at the Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul.
KEPALA BATAS: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, who is facing two counts of corruption, should not have burdened the people by allowing a donation drive to raise fund to pay for his RM1 billion bail, said a Penang UMNO leader.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak has condemned the act of terror in Dhaka, Bangladesh, labeling it as another mean for terrorists to instill fear in the hearts of people.
KUALA LUMPUR: A man and his daughter were killed in a fire that razed the first floor of their house in Taman Jati, Rawang, this morning.
KUALA LUMPUR: The rates for roadside parking in KL's central business districts (CBD) will be increased next month.
KUALA LUMPUR: A 33-year old man who had a habit of kicking pedestrians from behind, near the Bank Negara Malaysia building was arrested yesterday.
GEORGE TOWN: The donation drive by DAP to raise RM1 million for Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's bail in his corruption case, has continued to rise and reached RM1.3 million as of yesterday.
SHAH ALAM: Former Selangor Menteri Besar Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo has advised Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng to stop comparing their cases together.
PUTRAJAYA: Cumulative dengue cases from Jan to June 25 reduced by 1.4 per cent (768) with 55,765 cases compared to 56,533 cases recorded last year in the same period.
DHAKA: Bangladesh security forces ended a siege Saturday after storming a cafe in Dhaka where dozens of diners had been held captive through the night and shot dead six of the hostage-takers.
KUALA TERENGGANU: This Hari Raya holidays, 716 university students studying outside Terengganu will enjoy free bus rides back to their hometowns, courtesy of the state government and two agencies.
JOHOR BARU: A couple have been arrested for murder following the discovery of a body buried by the side of a highway on Friday evening.
TAPAH: A total of 20,463 vehicles have been inspected during Ops Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2016, and from the total, 5,636 drivers were found to have committed various offences.
DUNGUN: A woman seated at the front passenger seat of a car died in a gruesome manner after a metal divider pierced her following an accident near here last night.
REMBAU: Veteran actor Datuk Abdul Aziz Singah, 75, who died of prostate cancer yesterday, was laid to rest at the Kampung Bongek Muslim Cemetery, here today.
PUTRAJAYA: No Malaysians were involved in the deadly hostage incident at the Holey Artisan Bakery Cafe, in the city of Gulshan, Dhaka, Bangladesh today.
GEORGE TOWN: A female pedestrian had her foot severed in a freak accident with a motorcycle at Lebuhraya Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu, here today.
JOHOR BARU: Pagoh Umno division acting chief Ismail Mohamed today said that it is Umno's tradition to have members with differing opinions.
KUALA LUMPUR: The hip and happening team of 'Syukur On Wheels' will be at Sogo and the Bandaraya LRT station today to give away free food packs to city folk.
PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (RTD) expects to generate up to RM17 million in revenue for the 'F' number plate series.
JOHOR BAHARU: A man who was reported missing while out fishing yesterday, was found drowned at the beach of Rimba Terjun, near Pontian, today.
NEW DELHI: Gunfighting at a besieged restaurant in the Bangladeshi capital ended on Saturday and between eight and ten hostages were rescued by commandos who were still inside the building, a police official said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The traffic flow out of the federal capital is still under control as at 10 am today, although at some locations it was reported to be slow moving.
DHAKA/NEW DELHI: Bangladeshi police stormed a Dhaka restaurant on Saturday to free 20 hostages, including several foreigners, that were trapped inside after gunmen launched an attack on it late on Friday night, an official said.
CAIRO: Islamic State posted photos on Saturday it claimed to be of foreigners killed in an attack on a cafe in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where gunmen were holding hostages as police laid siege to the building, news agency Amaq said.
DHAKA/NEW DELHI: Bangladesh security forces were preparing to free around 20 hostages, including several foreigners, from a restaurant in an upmarket area of the capital Dhaka early on Saturday, after gunmen stormed the building killing at least two policemen.
MILAN: Seven Italian nationals are thought to be among the hostages taken by gunmen who stormed a cafe popular with foreigners in the capital of Bangladesh on Friday, Italian state television said quoting the Italian ambassador to Bangladesh.
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