Boy, 9, left with 'serious' injuries after e-bike ploughs into him

CCTV footage captured the hit-and-run in Swansea, South Wales, which showed the rider leave the scene after the collision on Friday, June 21 at 3.30pm.

Russia pins Dagestan attack on Ukraine, ignoring religious tensions

Despite years of Islamist attacks in Dagestan, Moscow wants to blame external actors for Sunday's attack.

'Stinks of despotism', says group as Putrajaya mulls social media licensing in latest clampdown on online dissent

Rights lawyers say it is Pakatan Harapan's ultimate betrayal of its reform promises after benefiting from social media's freedom for so long.

Over 100 students, teachers vaccinated against cancer at Penang girls’ school

MORE than 100 students and teachers were vaccinated against cervical cancer at the Penang Chinese Girls’ Private High School as part of efforts by the Crisis Relief Squad of MCA (CRSM) GoCare and National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM). Read full story

Watch how thief steals woman's phone from right under her nose

This is the shocking moment a young woman had her phone stolen by a pickpocket from right under her nose. Isolde Stephens, 21, was having dinner with her cousin at Xian Biang Biang Noodles in Covent Garden, London when the incident happened.

Head teacher retires after 36 years at school

Joanne Starkey not only spent her entire career at the school but went there herself as a child.

Wanted men arrested in connection with sexual offences

The pair were found after a search involving dog and drone units, and with the help of the public.

Experts: Marketing gimmicks, weak regulations main reasons for vape popularity among teens in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — It may be the most challenging question for parents and public health experts alike: how to keep...

Fall in competitiveness ranking a wake-up call for Putrajaya, experts say

Optimistic projections and rhetoric are not the answer, they say.

Ex officer called 'bully' in alleged assault footage

A man claims he was attacked by a former Gwent Police officer during an arrest in 2021.

Malaysia upgraded to Tier 2 in latest Trafficking in Persons report

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has upgraded to Tier 2 in the latest Trafficking in Persons (TIP) 2024 report by the US State Department. Read full story

Who exactly was St. John the Baptist?

A predecessor of Jesus, St. John the Baptist is a prominent figure in Christianity. From baptisms on the River Jordan to prophesizing the birth of the Messiah, John was a notable figure in the Bible. His feast day, on June 24, is celebrated across Europe in various ways. But just who exactly was John the Baptist, and why is he venerated? Click on to discover everything you didn't know about this saint.

Beloved owner of popular café suddenly dies

Tributes are pouring in for a much loved café owner and mother-of-two who locals describe as a 'beautiful soul'.

PM explains why GIP chosen in MAHB deal

Anwar Ibrahim says GIP accepted that the chairman and CEO of MAHB must be Malaysians and that the majority shareholding must be held by Malaysian firms.

A journey from lost to found: Former LGBT members share tales of faith and resilience

Their stories are a powerful testament to the power of inner strength, unwavering belief, and the importance of a supportive community.

Russia promises retaliation against US for Ukraine strike on Crimea

By Dmitry Antonov and Guy Faulconbridge MOSCOW (Reuters) -The Kremlin on Monday squarely blamed the United States for an attack on Crimea with U.S.-supplied ATACMS missiles that killed at least four people and injured 151, and Moscow formally warned the U.S. ambassador that retaliation would follow. The war in Ukraine has deepened a crisis in relations between Russia and the West, and Russian

‘Rezone heritage site to public community facilities’

The commercial zoning designated for Vivekananda Ashram in Brickfields under the draft Kuala Lumpur Local Plan (KLLP) 2040 is inconsistent with the presence of heritage sites in the area, say stakeholders. Read full story

Civil war breaks out as leaders BAN church from using amphitheater

Town officials in Dillon blocked all non-town sponsored groups from using their amphitheater, including Dillon Community Church which had held events there for 42 years.

'A terrible decision!': How Scotland was robbed against Hungary

KTMB improves guidelines on charter trains following Pinkfish Festival, says Loke

KUALA LUMPUR: Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) has improved its guidelines on charter trains following the recent Pink Fish Festival incident, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke. Read full story

Mother killed children in rage, court told

Veronique John told police she loved her children and asked for the death penalty, a trial of facts hears.

Blinken emphasized to Israel's Gallant the need for post-war Gaza plan

By Simon Lewis and Humeyra Pamuk WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday pressed Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant on the need for Israel to swiftly develop a robust post-war plan for Gaza and ensure the tensions with Hezbollah on Israel's northern border do not escalate further. "He (Blinken) updated Minister Gallant on ongoing diplomatic efforts to advance

Wild moment muggers try to rob delivery driver in Uruguay

The less-than-minute-long altercation was captured by CCTV, and shows the two thieves skulking in the background.

Thai subsidised fuel sellers struggle after Malaysia's diesel subsidy cut

A Thai seller said this has caused him to lose half of his income and he now relied entirely on the sale of RON95 petrol.

Newspaper review: Princess Anne's injury and Holly Willoughby kidnap plot trial

Princess Anne being injured by a horse and the start of a trial over an alleged Holly Willoughby kidnap plot are among Tuesday's front page stories.

Ahead of merger with Mavcom, ex-chairman says CAAM must keep independence to inspire confidence in stakeholders

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — Economist Nungsari Ahmad Radhi has urged for the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) to...

Ukraine set for symbolic start of EU membership talks, along with Moldova

By Andrew Gray BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will open membership talks with Ukraine on Tuesday, giving the country a political boost in the midst of its war against Russia's invasion, although a long and tough road still lies ahead before it could join the bloc. The ceremony in Luxembourg will be more about symbolism than the nitty-gritty of negotiations, which will start in earnest

‘Muslim destination’ facelift considered

KUALA LUMPUR: Pulau Lang­kawi, whose status as the “Jewel of Kedah” came under question in the past few months, has come under the spotlight again after the government says it will be positioned as a “preferred Muslim destination emphasising family-friendly and spiritual tourism”. Read full story

Israel strikes kill at least 11 in Gaza, tanks push further into Rafah

By Nidal al-Mughrabi CAIRO (Reuters) -Two Israeli air strikes targeting aid supplies killed at least 11 Palestinians in Gaza on Monday, medics said, as Israeli tanks pushed deeper into Rafah in the south and fought their way back into areas in the north they had already subdued months ago. One strike at a food distribution centre in Gaza City, near the Shati historic refugee camp, killed three

How German podcast tracked down fugitive militant after 30 years

Daniela Klette had been on the run for more than 30 years, before her arrest in Berlin this year.

From PM's D-Day disaster to 'gamblegate' - the worst election gaffes

A More In Common survey showed more than 80 per cent of voters were aware of the fierce row over the PM's skipping of a major international event in Normandy.

'Julian Assange is free', has left Britain - WikiLeaks

Assange will now be reunited with his wife, whom he married at a ceremony in the prison, and their two young children.

Passengers use oxygen masks as Korean Air flight descends abruptly

Passengers on a Korean Air flight bound from Seoul's Incheon airport to Taichung, Taiwan, used oxygen masks when their Boeing 737 MAX 8 suddenly descended from over 30,000 feet to around 9,000 feet, causing ear pain, hyperventilation, and nosebleeds.

Australia waters down planned world first vape ban after opposition from Greens

By Lewis Jackson SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will water down a planned world first ban on vaping after opposition from the Greens party led the government on Monday to agree to amend a bill that would have restricted vapes to those with a doctor's prescription. The agreement between the ruling centre-left Labor party and the Greens will see legislation pass later this week that restricts the

Soccer-Police escort for Hungary PM Orban involved in crash, officer dies

By Christian Radnedge STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - A 61-year-old police officer died on Monday and another was seriously injured after a traffic collision while escorting Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban following his trip to watch his country in their Euro 2024 match against Scotland. The incident occurred on Monday morning after Orban had watched his side score a late winner in their

Deathbed reflections: A catalyst for change for former LGBT member

A former LGBT member highlighted that spirituality plays a crucial role in this journey; nurturing a relationship with Allah brings protection and guidance.

A few thousands votes in seats could cut Labour's majority in half

In a speech to Tory activists, the Prime Minister acknowledged public anger with the Conservatives but urged voters to 'think what a Labour government would mean.'

Man killed in drunken Boxing Day brawl - court

Taylor Fenwick is accused of stabbing to death Luke Miller in a drunken row in Tadcaster.

Trial of the facts begins over boys' stabbings

A woman was charged with wounding two boys with intent following an incident at a flat in Friskney.

Bestinet should be phased out eventually, says ex-MP

Charles Santiago says Putrajaya should start developing its own system.

Florida family sues NASA after their home is hit by space debris

The Otero family, from Naples, are seeking $80,000 in damages 'to account for the stress and impact' of the March 8 incident which saw debris smash through their roof to the floor below.

Scientist wants to implant prisoners with 'memories' of their crimes

A molecular scientist has unveiled a 'prison of the future' that he claimed will lead to criminals being released in just minutes, compared to years or decades.

California couple found dead at picturesque waterfall

James Hall, 35, and Monica Ledesma, 34, were found floating in the water near Angel Falls after suffering a catastrophic hiking accident on Wednesday.

School tribute to teenagers killed in A17 crash

The pair died when their car collided with another vehicle at North Rauceby last week.

GRAHAM GRANT: Next week, voters can loosen SNP's grip on our country

The SNP told us we could do so much better without the Union, when in fact we could so much better without the SNP.

Met accused of 'leaking names' of Tories who 'bet on election date'

The Met Police has been accused of leaking the identities of Tories who are alleged to have betted on the date of the general election.

Local brands flourish due to boycott of Israel-linked brands, says Armizan

KUALA LUMPUR: The boycott of Israel-linked brands has opened up more business opportunities for local businesses to flourish, says the Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Ministry. Read full story

Illegal migrants are waiting for a Labour government, says Rishi Sunak

The Prime Minister claimed the Labour leader would reverse his Rwanda policy if elected and did not have a plan to deal with the boats.

Labour refuses to rule out dragging Britain back under European Courts

Labour's business spokesman Jonathan Reynolds said the party won't 'give away our negotiating hand entirely' when asked if they would accept a European Court of Justice role.

Primary school's plan to fell five protected trees outrages parents

Gordon Primary in Eltham, south east London , is planning to fell five trees which are all healthy and 120 years old after droppings from pigeons began covering apparatus in the school playground.