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Hungarian opposition welcomes news of raid in Malaysia amid protests over ventilator deal

This comes amid an investigation involving Vinod Sekhar, on the back of a lucrative deal to sell medical ventilators to Hungary.

Transition to endemic phase on hold due to Omicron, says Hishammuddin

He says precautionary measures will continue to be implemented in the country.

No legal action for now against entrepreneurs who default on loans, says Noh Omar

The minister says the matter will be reviewed after six months but 'now is not the time' to take legal action given the pandemic situation.

Guan Eng’s defence in graft case challenges statement of Ewein Bhd founder

His legal team says the statement by the late Ewe Swee Keng was fabricated and should be rejected as it does not comply with the necessary regulations.

Zahid’s lawyer questions conclusion of illegal activities in donations to charity foundation

He says there is no direct evidence on where the money came from.

New cases top 4,800

This takes total confirmed infections in the country to 2,632,782.

Stir in Selangor assembly over RM700 million PKNS losses, handover of project to ‘bankrupt’ firm

Gombak Setia assemblyman Hilman Idham says the losses show that PKNS has basic structural issues.

Omicron ‘probably’ more transmissible than Delta, says Khairy

However, he says its virulence is still unknown.

P Ramlee’s grandson among 3 who escape death after acquittal

The trio were acquitted of drug trafficking after a lengthy trial.

Ruth Sitepu’s family pleads for closure 5 years after disappearance

They urge those responsible for the disappearance of her and her husband Joshua Hilmy to return her remains in the event that they met with tragedy.

World squash event in KL axed after Israelis barred

The World Team Championship for men was axed due to the 'possibility that some nations would be unable to compete due to the lack of confirmation over the issuing of visas'.

96.8% of adults, 85.9% of teens fully vaccinated

Some 98.3% of adults and 89.5% of teenagers have received at least one shot of vaccine.

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