UPDATED 12.15PM | His brother Abdul Latif also claims trial to two charges of abetting the securing of RM4m in kickbacks for highway projects.
The ex-IGP says the challenge now is to unite the different separatist groups in the region.
Rahim Noor says little concern is paid to the wishes of murder victims' families.
The source claims that the staff were not consulted before being assigned to new positions, allegedly unrelated to their experience and qualifications.
UPDATED 4.50PM | Next step is to deal with the insolvency department on the party's assets, says its sec-gen.
The meeting concludes after three hours and an announcement is expected tomorrow.
He points to a series of recent meetings between officials of both countries on air and sea tensions.
CAMERON POLLS | 'I will comment if I am named as the candidate', says Ramli Mohd Nor.
'It would be interesting to have a copy of those minutes from the WSJ,' says Lim Guan Eng.
Police are probing the allegations in the report filed by the PTPTN chairperson.
However the DPP says only 70 can expect to be called to testify at the trial between July 8 and Aug 22.
Sessions Court judge says the ex-Goldman Sachs banker poses a 'serious flight risk'.
UPDATED 1.21PM | His lawyer says the former Sabah CM needs to resume medical care in London and S'pore.
The Bersatu youth chief stands firm on his conviction that the party should not seek gov't help to stay in power.
However, activist Nisha Ayub calls for the gov't to establish laws to protect the community.
UPDATED 11.43AM | He is being investigated for criminal intimidation as well as for insulting a person.
UPDATED 1.49PM | Signed by 211 NGOs, it says the minister has been made a scapegoat for the Seafield temple riots.
NGOs Kelab LLLM and Ummah hand memorandums to the PMO.
Yeo had sued the 'Red Shirts' leader for defamation over his remarks that she had abused a foundation's funds.
S Arutchelvan and group of workers hand over demand letter to Tan's representative regarding almost two-decades-old dispute.