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Indonesian Toddler Dies After Church Attack By Militants In Samarinda

JAKARTA - An Indonesian toddler died Monday from injuries sustained in a suspected extremist attack on a church, with a group of militants who...

Four Hurt In East Kalimantan Church Explosion, One Suspect Arrested

JAKARTA: Four people, including children, were hurt after a church in Samarinda, East Kalimantan was hit by an explosion on Sunday at 10am local...

Sarawak Needs RM8 Billion For Water And Electricity Supply – Minister

KANOWIT - Sarawak needs an allocation of RM8 billion to to provide clean water and electricity supply to all its rural areas by 2025. Public...

Traffickers Luring Teenage Girls In Sarawak To Be Drug Mules – Police

KUCHING: Drug traffickers are luring teenage girls in Sarawak to become drug mules, said State Police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansur. He said seven cases of...

Sufficient 1-Kg Cooking Oil Stocks In Sarawak, Clarifies KPDNKK

MIRI - The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) has refuted allegations there is shortage of cooking oil sold in the 1kg...

Roneey Rebit Finally Gets New MyKad Without ‘Islam’ – Lawyer

KUALA LUMPUR – Roneey Rebit has been issued a new identification card (MyKad) that recognises his non-Muslim identity and does not contain the word...

Rabbit Breeding Can Increase Income Of Sarawak’s Rural Communities

BINTANGOR - Rabbit breeding has the potential to increase the revenue of the rural communities in Sarawak who are still dependent on commodity crops. Sarawak...

Wife-Beater Held By Miri Police After Spouse Lodges Report Tuesday

MIRI - Police have arrested a man who is alleged to have beaten up his wife with a piece of wood in Tudan on...

12 Police Reports Lodged Against “Sarawak Keluar Malaysia 2021” FB Page

KUCHING - Twelve police reports have been lodged as of 9pm today against the Facebook page regarding its recent posting 'Sarawak Keluar Malaysia 2021'...

After 10 Years At The News-Stands, Brunei Times Shuts Down Tuesday

MIRI - Effective Tuesday (Nov 8), Brunei Times, one of the two English-language newspapers in oil-rich Brunei, will cease operations after 10 years. In a...

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