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Violence against journalists condemned

KUCHING: The Federation of Sarawak Journalists Association (FSJA) has lambasted acts of violence against journalists who are carrying out their duties. FSJA president Jacqueline David, in a statement, stressed that the media had the right and responsibility of bringing news...

Three brothers arrested for attacking woman

MIRI: Police arrested three brothers from a wooden house in Tudan Desaras in an operation at 2am on Tuesday (Jan 26). The brothers were alleged to have taken part in an attack on a woman and her child the day...

US beefs up security as election day nears

WASHINGTON: With Election Day two days away, enhanced security measures can be seen across the United States, a country that is bracing for possible violence related to the high-stakes presidential election, Xinhua news agency reported. In Washington, D.C., shopfronts are...

‘Be more considerate’

By Noor Syahhira Hady KUCHING: Cases of violence against frontliners by errand individuals who violate the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set during the recovery movement control order (RMCO) period have seen an increasing trend. In Sibu last Saturday, two men assaulted...

Be fair to this cop

KUCHING: Bintulu MP Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing has called for a fair internal investigation on the incident involving a traffic police officer and an errant motorcyclist in Sibu. The cop was captured on video kicking a motorcyclist and causing...

Violent protesters vandalise shops, bank in Hong Kong

HONG KONG: A group of violent protesters vandalised shops and a bank in Causeway Bay and Wan Chai during a demonstration in Hong Kong on Sunday, Xinhua news agency reported, quoting a statement by the police. The police warned them not to do any...
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Call to repair telco tower

KUCHING: The authorities have been urged to do something about the telecommunication tower at Nanga Serau, Katibas in Song. In...
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