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China envoy 'clueless' about Jho Low, and 8 things that happened yesterday

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

1. Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian said he is clueless about the whereabouts of Jho Low, but said the Chinese authorities are willing to restart search if there is new information on the fugitive businessperson.

2. An Ambank employee testified that Umno and Upko received millions in funds from a bank account linked to former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak's SRC International trial on money laundering and corruption. 

3. Time magazine has included Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad in its list of 100 most influential people for this year.

4. Amanah's Morib assemblyperson Hasnul Baharuddin denied being bankrupt after a notice of insolvency served by the High Court in Shah Alam was published in a newspaper on Monday.

5. A Toyota Vellfire used by Bukit Aman Narcotics Crime Investigation Department director Mohmad Salleh was reportedly stolen near a restaurant in Sungai Ramal, Kajang, on Wednesday.

6. Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad said Pakatan Harapan does not merely rebrand BN's programmes and initiatives, but improves them.

7. Singapore's Straits Times claimed that Mahathir and the rulers are in a stalemate over the next chief justice.

8. Public Service Department director-general Borhan Dolah said that Christian civil servants would be granted unrecorded leave for Good Friday, beginning this year.

9. Transport Minister Anthony Loke said his ministry is yet to receive any request to rename the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) from the Selangor government, and thus, it will remain as KLIA.

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