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MH17 foundation raps Dr M for ‘sowing discord’ over JIT findings

Stichting Vliegramp MH17 tells the prime minister he is not serving the interests of the relatives of those who died onboard the ill-fated flight with his recent statements.

Address criticisms by Dong Zong through dialogue, govt urged

Suaram says government should avoid demonising opponents and silencing those with different views.

FA probe Guardiola’s referee remarks

None of Taylor's decisions proved controversial in a match City, the reigning Premier League champions, won 3-1 to return to the top of the table. 

Australia’s new leader Scott Morrison: ‘No easy job in politics’

Here are some of Scott Morrison, Australia’s new prime minister's remarks on key issues in the country.

Commonwealth chief slams ‘human lamington’ comment

Commentator Kerri Pottharst had drawn condemnation after she compared the sand-covered players, who are black, to lamingtons -- a chocolate-coated sponge cake dipped in coconut.

MP censures Najib for ‘insensitive’ remark about Penang floods

Ramkarpal Singh accuses prime minister of using plight of those hit by the Nov 5 floods as ‘fodder’ for political mileage at the Umno general assembly.

Tengku Adnan apologises over ‘slow learners’ remark

Umno secretary-general admits that at times he can be a loose cannon, and promises to be more careful with his choice of words in the future.

Mahathir’s Bugis remarks: Selangor assembly won’t interfere

Speaker says the Ruler asked the authorities, not the assembly, to probe remarks.

Salleh: Mahathir’s ‘Darul Penyangak’ remark indefensible

Minister says former PM is constantly dredging up the issues of 1MDB and GST to incite hatred among people for Najib Razak.

Khairy: Don’t get too worked up over Schooling’s remarks

Youth and Sports minister says he does not think the Singapore swimmer meant his comments on 'teaching them a thing or two' in any negative manner.

1 day jail, RM4,000 fine for insulting Najib on Facebook

Money changer pleads guilty, as goverment lawyer presses for harsh sentence to deter other would-be offenders from making disparaging remarks about the prime minister.