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M'sian teen still missing after NZ attack, and 6 things that happened yesterday

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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.

1. A Malaysian teen is still missing after Friday's mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

2. Police were urged to probe former Umno Youth leader Razlan Rafii after he called for "puak DAP" (DAP people) to be shot over Mengkibol assemblyperson Chew Chong Sin's remarks on the Christchurch attacks.

3. Police are trying to bring back 51 Malaysians who had left the country to join Islamic State in Syria.

4. Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad assured that toxic pollution in Pasir Gudang would not result in long-term chronic health effects. Meanwhile, a doctor at a medic centre said up to 90 percent of patients were actually suffering panic attacks.

5. Bersih and Umno criticised the government after Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad refused to concede the Public Accounts Committee chief post to the opposition. Mahathir stood by his decision.

6. Activist Ambiga Sreenevasan criticised the government after police started a sedition probe again organisers of the Women's March.

7. Newly minted Malaysian Bar president Abdul Fareed Abdul Gafoor wants attorney-general Tommy Thomas to explain the different treatment given to the two women accused of murdering Kim Jong-Nam.

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