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THE Rakyat Post has been temporarily shut down following funding issues faced by the online news portal.

The portal in a statement Monday thanked their readers for their continuous support.

According to digital measurement and analytics company comScore, the portal was once the third most viewed website in Malaysia on mobile and 13th most viewed on desktop.

The portal will be undergoing restructuring and looking at solving their funding issues.


JOHOR BARU : The Johor Ruler’s new “Gold” Boeing 737 aircraft touched down at the Senai International Airport after flying in from the United States.

Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar was at the airport to view and tour the aircraft after it landed at about 1.30pm here yesterday.

The plane, painted in gold and blue, bears the Royal Johor Crest on its tail and the state’s royal and state flags on its body.

According to aircraft monitoring website flight radar 24, the plane had

KUALA SELANGOR : A Royal Malaysian Air Force aircraft made an emergency landing in Pantai Asam Jawa, in Kuala Selangor today at 8.50am.

The CN235 aircraft, based in Subang was carrying eight crew members when the incident took place.

RMAF in a statement said it will set up a committee to investigate the incident.

"The RMAF will also assist in the aircraft recovery," it said in a statement today.

Meanwhile, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein confirmed that all on board are

SINGAPORE : The authorities in Singapore have deported four Indonesians believed to have been en route to the Middle East to join the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

A source familiar with the case told The Straits Times on Monday that the four suspects, including a 15-year-old boy, were arrested at Woodlands Checkpoint as they were making their way into Singapore from Johor.

Identified as Muhammad Mufid Murtadho, Untung Sugema Mardjuk, Mukhlis Koifur Rofiq and Risno, they are linked to

KUALA LUMPUR : The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) must remain faithful to the peace process despite the current setback faced, since it is a practical choice to resolve the Bangsamoro issue in the southern Philippines.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the process thus far, had been very successful in delivering relative peace and stability in southern Philippines.

"Reverting to armed struggle is definitely not an option and bloodshed must be avoided at all cost," he said in a

KUALA LUMPUR : The Department of Civil Aviation today dismissed a rumour that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH149 went missing last night en route from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne, Australia.

DCA director-general Datuk Seri Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said the flight landed safely in Melbourne at 5.21am (8.21am Australian time) today. The flight had taken off from KL International Airport at 10.07pm yesterday.

The rumour circulated on social media was a false report disseminated by irresponsible people

SEOUL : Samsung Electronics Co. showed off new Galaxy S7 smartphones featuring upgraded components and the return of a popular feature, in the latest attempt to breathe life into its premium line and wrest ascendancy back from Apple Inc.

The S7 sports a 5.1-inch screen using its own Exynos or Qualcomm Inc. processors, with a larger 5.5-inch Edge model equipped with the same kind of wraparound display the company debuted last year. While the new phones look almost identical to the S6 line

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