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We’ve assigned a media bias rating of leanRight to Malay Mail. You can read more about our methodology here.
If you want to know if Malay Mail is credible or reliable, look no further. We rank Malay Mail as mixed factuality. Find out more about our methodology here.
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Business · Washington

Twitter to pay $150M penalty over privacy of users' data

45% Center coverage: 67 sources
Twitter Inc. has agreed to pay $150 million in civil penalties to resolve allegations. The social media giant failed to protect users' data privacy in line with a 2011 agreement with the FTC. The settlement will resolve allegations that Twitter violated the FTC Act and an administrative order issued by the FTC in 2011.See the Story
Europe · Kyiv

Ukraine says war in Donbas region at 'maximum intensity'

54% Right coverage: 13 sources
Russian troops come close to taking key highway in the east, but are beaten back. Moscow has poured thousands of troops into its assault, attacking from three sides. Sense of normality returning to Kyiv, says DW correspondent Rebecca Ritters. Russian foreign ministry threatens to expel Western journalists over YouTube block.See the Story
Latin America · Rio De Janeiro

Shock over Brazil police 'torture, executions' in drug raid

Coverage: 10 sources
Rio de Janeiro police raid that left more than 20 alleged drug traffickers dead. Police say they encountered heavy gunfire when they carried out a raid in the slum of Vila Cruzeiro. Evidence from the scene has raised concerns that some of the dead were tortured and killed in cold blood.See the Story
Asia · Taiping

Jakim to send halal team to conduct audit in Australia

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
TAIPING, May 28 — The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) will send a halal team to conduct audits at all abattoirs and at the Supreme Islamic Council of Halal Meat in Australia Inc (SICHMA) in Australia, which supplies meat to Malaysia.See the Story
Asia · Kedah

PKR polls: Re-voting completed in six divisions, results within 24 hours

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
HULU SELANGOR, May 28 — Things got slightly heated in Kedah, but other than that the 2022 PKR election physical re-voting process involving six divisions in four states ran smoothly. The six divisions were Dungun, Marang and Kemaman in Terengganu; Hulu Selangor (Selangor); Padang Serai (Kedah) and Pensiangan (Sabah).See the Story
Asia · Malaysia

PKR election: All candidates have to accept results with open heart, says Anwar

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
PORT DICKSON, May 28 — All candidates contesting in the 2022 Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) election have been told to accept the results of the election which would be announced tomorrow with an open heart.PKR president and Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said the results were meant to rebuild the strength of the party.See the Story
Asia · Kuala Lumpur

Lawyer: Ex-diplomat arrested over marijuana farm discovery in Janda Baik released from remand today; son still under remand

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 — A former diplomat for Malaysia was today released from remand, after having been arrested and held for seven days by the police for investigations...See the Story
Asia · Papua

papua: Indonesia plan to add eastern provinces not viable, says Papua governor

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Rest of World News: JAKARTA: Indonesia's plan to create new provinces in its impoverished eastern region of Papua has not been adequately discussed with the local popula.See the Story
Asia · Malaysia

Monkeypox virus: Govt has no plans to close country’s borders

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
MELAKA, May 28 — The government is not planning to close the country’s border gates at this time despite cases of monkeypox detected in several countries, said Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali.He said health checks have been tightened at all entry points, especially for international travellers from countries exposed to the virus to curb the spread of infection in Malaysia.See the Story

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