AirAsia boss rips into ‘MP’ after Bung complains of RM2,000 ticket

‘We have (done) so much for East Malaysia yet some MP never stops complaining.’

Pua: Are 1MDB-linked projects exempted from development ban?

The MP says the size of the 1MDB-linked projects would worsen the property glut cabinet wants to halt.

Uber breach, cover-up trigger gov’t probes around the globe

The stolen data included names, email addresses and phone numbers of 57 million Uber users.
  Jim Finkle, Heather Somerville, Reuters

‘The people have spoken,’ says Zimbabwe's new leader

'We want to grow our economy, we want peace in our country, we want jobs, jobs, jobs.'
  MacDonald Dzirutwe, Reuters

In Malay heartland, only Umno's reincarnation can change hearts and minds

SPECIAL REPORT | Malacca villagers, staunch Umno supporters, are slowly accepting opposition party Bersatu.
  Geraldine Tong

Yoursay: So MCA not in gov’t when Umno opposed UEC?

YOURSAY | ‘Is MCA's modus operandi to hang around until a leader who agrees with UEC?’

'M’sians more pragmatic than nationalistic in what they want from education'

Merdeka Center says this amid backlash over survey on Johoreans wanting a return of English education.
  Annabelle Lee

Yoursay: Now everyone except Bung can fly

YOURSAY | ‘If Umno politicians can do better, then start your own airline.’

Johor ruler raises 'power struggle crisis'; MB challenges DAP man to fist fight

KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
  Kini Roundup

Kelantan BN reps to boycott next state assembly sitting

This is following the decision by the Speaker to give the marching order to a BN rep during today's sitting. 

Man who threatened to circulate semi-nude pics of housewife nabbed

The 48-year-old woman had befriended the suspect on Facebook and later stayed in a hotel with him. 

42-hour protest ends, but fight for cheaper fuel continues

'As long as Najib continues to burden the people, this campaign will continue,' says Amanah Youth chief.

Allow flight attendants to wear headscarves, Nazri says

PARLIAMENT | Tourism minister says any such ban by MAS would be unconstitutional. 
  Kow Gah Chie

Social media hijacked to incite violent acts - Jailani

Those with radical ideologies are using social media to instigate acts of terrorism, said the deputy minister.

Ezam wants S'pore court documents and judgment admitted in 1MDB suit

The court will decide on Dec 21 whether to permit Ezam's request, as he is facing striking out applications from all the defendants.
  Hafiz Yatim

English schools: Open dialogue needed, says deputy minister

'The legal advisors will need to study this. If we want to revive it, it will be a major issue,' says Chong Sin Woon. 
  Kow Gah Chie

Activists: National identity trumps demand for English-medium schools

'We are not English, we are Malaysian and it will be unsuitable if English was used as a medium of instruction in national schools.'
  Annabelle Lee

Lebanon's Hariri suspends resignation as PM, easing crisis

The prime minister said the decision was made at the request of President Michel Aoun. 

Petrol price declines first time in six weeks, down 8 sen

The new weekly price for RON95 and RON97 will be RM2.30 and RM2.58 per litre respectively.

Johor ruler won't permit 'power struggle crisis' to continue

Sultan Ibrahim says the crisis involving Malay leaders will cause a split among Malays and weaken them.

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