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PETALING JAYA - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has condemned the bombings at churches in Tanta and Alexandria in Egypt on Sunday which killed dozens of worshipers.

"I am disgusted by the cowardly attacks on churches in Tanta and Alexandria.

"At this time of mourning, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those lost and the Egyptian people,” the Prime Minister said.

"These attacks are yet another reminder of the threat of violent extremism. We must never surrender, and each atrocity should deepen our resolve.

"Daesh's (Islamic State) intention is to divide us –Muslims, Christians and other faiths – but our strongest response is to come together and fight this nihilistic menace with a united front," he added.

It was reported that at least 44 people were killed in the attacks on two Egyptian Coptic churches on Palm Sunday.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said the Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

-THE STAR

KUALA LUMPUR - The identity of the North Korean citizen killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) on Feb 13 was confirmed as Kim Jong-nam based on fingerprint data obtained from a database belonging to China's authorities.

Records of Jong-nam's fingerprints were kept by authorities in Macau after the deceased and his family lived in multiple undisclosed locations there for their safety.

"Confirmation through fingerprint database is part of the process in identifying the victim in

PETALING JAYA - The emergency meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Foreign Ministers this Thursday in Kuala Lumpur will discuss restoring the status of the Rohingya in Myanmar.

OIC Special Envoy for Myanmar Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said the main objective was to create protection for the ethnic minority, whose rights as citizens have been denied.

"Malaysia proposed the meeting because of the urgency of the matter, and not because we want to interfere in Myanmar's internal

According to the latest statistics, a total of 20,000 people lost their home in Maungdaw, Myanmar. 24 villages were burned in Maungdaw and Buthidaung. 500 people were killed, 60 people were victims of rape, 1,500 people disappeared and 8 mosques were burned and destroyed.

This cruelty is happening towards the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. It was another series of "ethnic cleansing" which is altogether a very inhumane act.

Contrary to what is taught by the Dalai Lama, "my religion is very

 

KUALA LUMPUR - Japan reportedly provided Malaysia with fingerprint data and other information on Kim Jong-nam needed for the investigation into the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

The fingerprint data was obtained when the Japanese immigration officials detained Kim in 2001 at Narita International Airport when he tried to enter the country on a false passport, Kyodo news agency quoted sources as saying on Sunday. 

He had told the Japanese

KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian astrophysics PhD student, Nur Adlyka Ainul Annuar was among a group of astronomers who have discovered evidence of black holes in our cosmic backyard, presented earlier today during a press conference at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Grapevine, Texas.

Adlyka, who is currently pursuing her Phd at the Centre of Extragalactic Astronomy, Durham University, United Kingdom, was among British researchers who conducted analysis of the American space agency

Libya died with Gaddafi. The people of Libya have never been worse off.

One Mahommed, a 31 year old Libyan spoke words that largely resonated with the general feeling in his country.

He said, “I joined the revolution in the first days and fought against Gaddafi. Before 2011, I hated Gaddafi more than anyone. But now, life is much, much harder, and I have become his biggest fan.”

The country has seen a five-fold increase in the cost of food, unpaid salaries for months, the rise of Islamic

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