KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
- Inspector-general of police Abdul Hamid Bador expressed frustration at the political
saga unfolding over a sex video implicating PKR deputy president Azmin Ali,
stating that it consumed a huge amount of police resources.
- Azmin skipped the PKR leadership retreat again despite Anwar Ibrahim acknowledging a police statement that the deputy president was "not involved" in the sex video.
Pasir Gudang MP Hassan Karim quit as Johor PKR chief partly due to a spat with the state's royalty, said Anwar.
Bersatu aims to hold its first-ever party elections by June next year after amending the party constitution at an extraordinary general meeting.
Three Temiar Orang Asli in Gerik were detained and subsequently released over clashes with loggers who tore down their anti-logging blockade.
César Pelli, the Argentine designer behind the Petronas Twin Towers, died at the age of 92.