Daily Express
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Kota Kinabalu: It is hoped that the Malaysian Islamic Development Department's (Jakim) new guidelines for artistes and entertainers looking to perform in the country – with strict limitations imposed on their personality, dressing, behaviour and performances – will not be applicable to Sabah and Sarawak.
Kota Kinabalu: A Sabahan family managed to escape the devastating Nepal earthquake that has claimed more than 2,300 lives, but are stranded outdoors and unable to return to a resort they were holidaying in near Kathmandu.
Kota Kinabalu: The Sabah Shark Alliance (SSA) is working towards an action plan to protect sharks and rays in waters off Sabah.
Sandakan: A record 350 Australians turned out for the centenary dawn Anzac Day commemoration held at the Sandakan Memorial Park on Friday morning.
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian police said they arrested on Sunday 12 suspected Islamic militants who were plotting attacks in the country just as it prepares to host a Southeast Asian summit. National police chief Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the suspects, arrested in separate raids in suburbs of the capital Kuala Lumpur, were all Malaysian men and suspected supporters of the extremist Islamic State (IS) group.
Selangor: The Taman Medan church forgives those who had protested against the placing of a cross on its building, its senior Pastor Paul Packianathan said Sunday. Packianathan said the church doesn't hold any "grudges" against the protesters.