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Azmin not quitting PKR, says pol-sec

Hilman Idham further states such talk is aimed at pushing Azmin out of the party.

PAS Youth apologises to Perlis PAS for allowing preacher Zamri Vinoth...

Youth committee member Afnan Hamimi Taib Azamudden says they made a mistake in not checking with others before allowing the controversial preacher to speak at the PAS Youth congress.

PAS tells Sabah Islamic authorities to act on gay sex confession

PAS deputy president also warns members against committing qazaf, or making false accusations of illicit sex.

French #MeToo founder sued for slander by man she accused

Sandra Muller, who founded France's answer to the #MeToo campaign exposing abusive behaviour by men, is being sued for defamation.

Stop telling lies, Anwar tells PAS over claim of no-confidence vote...

He says PAS has tarnished the image of Islam among the people, especially the non-Muslims.

China blasts ‘slander’ against Huawei

China's National Intelligence Law compels companies and individual citizens to actively assist China's spy organisations in investigations.

MB: Alleged Umno-PAS RM2.5 mil transaction just an assumption

Kelantan Menteri Besar Ahmad Yakob says allegation aimed at creating an unhealthy political environment.

Zamihan to apologise to Canadian preacher over terrorism claim

The controversial preacher says his claims were made based on information he obtained from the media.

Jamal: I linked Maria to terrorist group based on social media...

The Red Shirts leader says he has no evidence to back up his claim.

Penang YB receives death threat in mailbox

Police have taken the note found in the mailbox of the DAP’s Seri Delima assemblywoman Syerleena Abdul Rashid for forensic analysis.

DPM: BN ready to forestall any last minute surprises from opposition

Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says BN was unprepared in the last GE13 to counter the opposition's lies, including the allegation that 40,000 Bangladeshis had been brought in to vote.

Najib hits out at opposition over slanderous statements

He says the slanderous statements made by the opposition since GE13, many against his family, could be contained in a book as thick as the 'Kamus Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka' dictionary.

Australian media firms fail in Rebel Wilson bid

Six Australian media companies seeking to join the battle against a record Aus$4.5 million (US$3.5 million) defamation payout to Hollywood star Rebel Wilson had their case knocked back Thursday.

Felda critic arrested days after police report by Rosmah

Mazlan Aliman was arrested at his home early this morning and taken to the Kulai district police headquarters.

Former EC boss expects less hatred this time

Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof says this time, PAS is no longer in the opposition coalition and the parties appear to be in conflict.

Najib a gentleman, unlike Mahathir, says Salleh

Minister says Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been using insulting and slanderous language against Najib Razak, who in turn has taken a 'gentleman's approach' to the matter.

Rahman Dahlan to sue Rafizi over nepotism allegation

The minister appoints lawyer to ‘exhaust all legal means’ against Rafizi following the untrue allegation.

Siti Kasim warns Jamil over insulting Islam remark

The outspoken lawyer refers to the minister's statement on Jawi's investigation into her.

Wan Ji: Umno was against lowering volume of mosque lectures

Preacher says decision by Sultan of Selangor to limit sound from religious lectures at the mosque is in line with what was mooted in Penang much earlier.

Jufazli released on police bail, remand denied

Police had planned to obtain the remand order and fly Jufazli Shi Ahmad back to Tawau following his video concerning a recent spate of fires.

Proposal to register high traffic online sites in final stages

Minister Salleh Said Keruak says proposal for registration is to ensure that online portals are covered by the same rules that currently cover print media.

PKR’s Manickavasagam suspended from party

Manickavasagam was found to have allegedly uttered slanderous statements related to the party's leadership in a speech in April.

PAS members paying for suit against Sarawak Report editor

PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man denies Umno is bearing the costs of Hadi Awang’s defamation suit against Clare Rewcastle Brown in the UK.

Najib: Zahid my friend in good times and bad times

The prime minister says he does not believe the allegation that his deputy had conspired to topple him, calling it slander.