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Bayern's Hernandez given until October 28 to enter prison | New Straits Times

#NSTsports #BayernMunich defender #LucasHernandez has until October 28 to enter prison 'voluntarily' after he appeared before a Madrid court for violating a restraining order in 2017.

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NSTsports BayernMunich defender LucasHernandez has until October 28 to enter prison 'voluntarily' after he appeared before a Madrid court for violating a restraining order in 2017.

MADRID: Bayern Munich defender Lucas Hernandez has until October 28 to enter prison “voluntarily” after he appeared before a Madrid court on Monday for violating a restraining order in 2017.

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Sulaiman reports for duty as Melaka's 13th Chief Minister

MELAKA: Datuk Seri Sulaiman Md Ali has begun his official duties as the 13th Chief Minister of Melaka at his office at Kompleks Seri Negeri, Ayer Keroh here.

Covid-19 (Oct 18): 5,434 cases, lowest since June 28New case count for the country is continuing to trend downwards. Muhammad Qasim telah melihat banyak mimpi ilahi mengenai masa depan umat Islam. Dalam mimpi pada tahun 2014, dia diarahkan khas untuk berkongsi mimpinya dengan seluruh dunia. Kini banyak ramalan dalam mimpi Qasim menjadi kenyataan. Ketahui lebih lanjut di

Akifcafe instant coffee to enter Middle East market | New Straits TimesNSTnation A Kelantan-based company which produces instant coffee powder, is spreading its wings into more MiddleEast markets.

Fully vaccinated from within Malaysia no longer need to apply before entering Sarawak | New Straits TimesKUCHING: Individuals from the peninsula, Sabah and Labuan who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will no longer need to apply via EnterSarawak platform to travel to the state effective Oct 18, said the Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC).

Non-Sarawakians still need to go through EnterSarawak to enter state | New Straits TimesNSTnation Travellers who are not Sarawak-born, including Malaysian citizens, are still required to apply through EnterSarawak to enter the state. EnterSarawak Sabah and Sarawak should grow up and open their borders to all Malaysians. There are Malaysians who can bring money, technical know-how to create jobs. You can have laws to protect natives who are vulnerable. It's Malaysia. Not Malaya plus Borneo This is why the feeling of segregation will not end despite formation of Msia. The sovereignty is to the state not to the country.

Kelantan all geared up to enter Phase 3 | New Straits TimesNSTnation After more than three months of being in Phase 2, Kelantan is ready to transition into Phase 3 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) beginning tomorrow.