Boko Haram blamed for suicide bombings targeting refugees
Seven suspected Boko Haram militants blew themselves up near a refugee camp outside Maiduguri, Nigeria. Eight members of the civilian local militia were injured in the attack, though no civilian casualties were recorded yet.
Suspects taken to KLIA2 for re-enactment; Kim's last words
Two female suspects believed to be involved in the death of North Korean Kim Jong-nam, were brought to the crime scene at KLIA 2, for a re-enactment of the incident, according to China Press.
RM50mil allocation to be given to Chinese schools, says Chong
Deputy education minister Datuk Chong Sin Woon said government-assisted Chinese schools will receive the long awaited RM50mil allocation for school maintenance, announced under Budget 2016 by the end of this month.
Thousands of dead fish dot Costa Rica's coastline
The bodies of thousands of the sardines have washed up on the shores of Abangaritos Beach in Puntarenas.
Counting the Penang Thaipusam donations
70 people spent eight hours to finalise the Thaipusam undial collected by the Penang Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB), during the recent three-day Thaipusam celebration.
Drugs worth RM12 million seized
Police seized a total of RM12mil worth of drugs in a raid on a double-storey home turned drug-manufacturing lab in Setia Alam Tuesday evening.
Sarawak by-election to be conducted peacefully
EC chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah reported that the campaigning period throughout the Tanjong Datu by-election had been clean with no report of untoward incidents or election violation.
Pakistan mourns victims of major ISIS attack
Residents and relatives of victims of the blast at a shrine in Sehwan, Pakistan mourn the deaths of more than 70 people.
Envoy returns from HKL as North Korea seeks to claim body of Jong-nam
North Korean ambassador to Malaysia Kang Chol was seen returning to the embassy from Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) on Friday afternoon following speculation that the body of Kim Jong-nam would be claimed by Pyongyang.
Feisty Trump shouts down media
A feisty Donald Trump takes on the media during a news conference on the White House.
Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee arrested
Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee is arrested over his alleged role in a corruption scandal that led parliament to impeach South Korean President Park Geun-hye, dealing a fresh blow to the world\'s biggest maker of smart phones.
Scores of children killed in Pakistan attack
At least 72 people were killed including some 30 children in the apparent Islamic State suicide bombing of a Sufi shrine in Pakistan, the deadliest in a string of recent attacks.
Cuppa News: Thu, 16 Feb 2017
Kim Jong Nam\'s assassins remanded and no let up in Datuk Lee Chong Wei and Morten Frost tiff are our top stories of the day.
1. 警方今天逮捕一名印尼籍女嫌犯和她的男友，助查金正男毒杀案。 2. 副首相表示，政府会按要求将金正男遗体归还朝鲜。 3. 柔佛古庙众神出銮，上千信众齐喊兴！旺！发！
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Chong Wei: Difficult to reconcile with Frost
During an interview with the press, national badminton ace Datuk Lee Chong Wei said it would be difficult to reconcile with Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) technical director Morten Frost after his knee injury.
Cops: Detained driver is boyfriend of second woman
The third suspect who were involved with the murder of Kim Jong-nam, has been arrested on Thursday.
Suspects taken to KLIA2 for re-enactment; Kim’s last words
Two female suspects believed to be involved in the death of North Korean Kim Jong-nam, were brought to the crime scene at KLIA 2, for a re-enactment of the incident, according to China Press. China Press also reported that Kim’s last words before he collapsed was ‘very painful, very painful, I was sprayed liquid’.