NSTnation Two youths who recorded their action in taking a parking spot reserved for Persons with Disabilities (PwD) at a shopping mall here have been urged to apologise to the community.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two youths who recorded their action in taking a parking spot reserved for Persons with Disabilities (PwD) at a shopping mall here have been urged to apologise to the community.
Bawak balai minta polis tampar kuat kuat, biar dia keluar balai terus jalan mcm tu They should be made to do some community service as well with the disabled to enable them to realise their actions were in bad faith, disgraceful and morally wrong. Apologize? They ought to be arrested, fined, have their drivers license suspended & banned from driving for the rest of their natural lives TrustNoOne
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Singapore confirms two earlier imported cases being Omicron variant | The Malaysian InsightSingapore confirms two earlier imported cases being Omicron variant
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One dead, two missing after building collapses in France | Malay MailPARIS, Dec 7 — French rescue workers scrambled today to find two people still missing in the rubble of a residential building destroyed in a suspected gas explosion, with one man’s body already found while a woman and baby were extracted alive. The woman and baby as well as three others were...
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