NSTletters As much safety precaution as we can take, that doesn't guarantee that we will be 100 per cent protected. The least that we can do is to reduce harm.
On the road, there are more cars with people heading back to the office and elsewhere.
Johor cops bust training centre for Macau scam syndicate recruits
JOHOR BARU: Police here have busted a training centre that was actively recruiting people to work for a Macau scam syndicate, arresting eight people.
'Kita menghapuskan sistem faedah dan membentuk sistem perbankan yang bebas dari bunga, dan semua bentuk penindasan dan terorisme dicabut' - Waktu Imam Al-Mahdi ada dalam mimpi Muhammad Qasim.
New lava lake lets DR Congo volcano 'breathe', experts say | New Straits TimesGOMA, DR Congo: The reappearance of a lava lake in the crater of the Nyiragongo volcano in eastern DR Congo is a good sign, experts said Sunday, four months after a major eruption killed 32 people.
Contest Umno presidency or form new party, analysts tell Ku Li | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Analysts believe Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah should either run for the Umno presidency or form a new party instead of aiming to revive the “old 1946 Umno”. Tengku Razaleigh shud realize that time is not in his favour retirement shud be his main agenda
Over 13,000 new Covid-19 cases [NSTTV] | New Straits TimesNSTnation Kuala Lumpur reported 270 cases, Kedah (721), Penang (955), Perak (994), Negri Sembilan (165), Pahang (604), Melaka (362), and Terengganu (685). Read here:
Taliban urge international airlines to resume Afghan flights | New Straits TimesNSTnation The Taliban urged international airlines Sunday to resume flights to Kabul, saying all technical issues at the country's main airport have been resolved.
Fernandes vows to keep taking penalties after Villa misery | New Straits TimesLONDON: Bruno Fernandes says he will keep taking penalties “without any fear” despite the spot-kick miss that condemned Manchester United to a 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa.
In European first, women in majority in Iceland parliament | New Straits TimesNSTworld Iceland on Sunday became the first country in Europe to have more women than men in parliament, a day after a general election that left the future of the left-right coalition in doubt despite winning a clear majority.