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Siti Aishah Abd Wahab, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman who was allegedly held for more than three decades by a cult-like Maoist sect in London, is recuperating in hospital after apparently suffering a stroke recently. Her niece Siti Zawiyah Othman,
Consumers should brace themselves for a 10%-20% hike in electricity tariffs next year. The quantum (of increase) is not finalised but anything below 20% is reasonable, said Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili.
The announcement by the Malaysian police for individuals to surrender their paintball markers and airsoft guns have enthusiasts of these sports up in arms. On Monday, police issued a one-month period for individual owners of these sports gadgets to
Standard & Poor's cut its credit outlook for four Malaysian lenders on concern that rising home prices and household debt are contributing to economic imbalances in the country. Group, AmBank (M), RHB Bank and sister company RHB Investment Bank.
London 'slavery' case women interviewed The women, aged 69, 57 and 30, were rescued from a house in Brixton last month Formal police interviews with three women allegedly held as slaves in London for 30 years are due to begin. Police say the
Family rejoices as Malaysian police identify woman held as 'slave' in UK for 30 years Posted November 27, 2013 19:03:25 Police in Kuala Lumpur have reportedly said one of three women allegedly held as slaves in London for 30 years is a Malaysian who
A Lithuanian artist who angered Malaysian officials with a street mural depicting a knife-wielding Lego robber has found unlikely admirers across the border in graffiti-averse Singapore for his works on a softer theme. Ernest Zacharevic, who has been
More family members have come forward to share information following reports that identified the Malaysian woman held as a slave in Lambart for 30 years as Aishah Mautum. In a report on Astro Awani, the channel's magazine editor Zan Azlee Zainal
Malaysia on Tuesday summoned the High Commissioner of Singapore over allegations that it helped the US and Australia spy on its South-East Asian neighbours. Singapore and South Korea played a key role in tapping undersea telecommunications cables in
A Malaysian family has spoken to the English press claiming to be related to the Malaysian woman who was saved from alleged slavery in Lambert recently. The Daily Telegraph spoke to retired teacher Kamar Mautum who claims to be the sister of the 69-