KUALA LUMPUR: The Imperial Dental Specialist Centre Sdn Bhd, charged with causing the death of the deputy prime minister's son-in-law while he underwent treatment there, had kept used syringes and
injection needles in a cabinet drawer and biscuit tin.
Private Medical Practice Safety Unit (CKAPS) deputy director Dr Ahmad Fairol Mahat told the Sessions Court today that he found the
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump will order staff Friday to pinpoint countries and goods responsible for America's nearly $50 billion (RM221 billion) trade deficit, in a protectionist warning shot to trade partners like China.
Top administration officials said Trump will issue a pair of executive orders aimed at rooting out the causes and culprits behind America's trade deficit
JOHANNESBURG: The sacking of South Africa's respected finance minister in a cabinet purge pitched the ruling ANC party into chaos Friday, creating one of its biggest tests since leading the fight against apartheid.
The country's Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa launched a unprecedented verbal attack on President Jacob Zuma, whose midnight reshuffle sent the rand currency plunging
PESHAWAR, Pakistan: At least 22 people were killed and 57 wounded Friday when a car bomb tore through a market in a mainly Shiite area of Pakistan's tribal belt, officials said, in an attack claimed by the Taliban.
Survivors described hiding inside shops after hearing a "huge bang" – then stumbling through dust-choked air filled with the sound of screams, tripping over bodies as
CHENNAI: Malaysia did not sever relations with North Korea after the republic fulfilled the demands made in the negotiation process which led to the release of nine Malaysian nationals who were detained in Pyongyang recently.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) said although faced with problems, the settlement reached had fulfilled two objectives of the neg
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Immigration Department has foiled a syndicate involved in the forgery of documents for foreigners, led by a Myanmar national known as 'Dr Harun', which has been operating here for almost three years.
The successful operations also saw the arrest of eight foreigners involved with the syndicate, comprising six Bangladesh nationals and one each from Pakistan