Twitter admits ‘massive’ outage as woes continue

TWITTER yesterday suffered a brief but unprecedented outage with users worldwide reporting they could no longer read links to articles from outside websites. “Some parts of Twitter may not be working as expected right now,” the company’s tech support account said in a tweet, blaming the problem on “unintended consequences” from an update to the […]

Brazil’s Bolsonaro faces probes over Saudi jewels

BRAZIL’S justice minister asked federal police yesterday to investigate reports ex-president Jair Bolsonaro tried to illegally import jewellery worth US$3.2 (RM14.3)  million gifted by Saudi Arabia, as tax officials probe a second present of jewels. The far-right former president has faced mounting questions over the jewels since newspaper Estado de Sao Paulo reported Friday that […]

Scammed of last penny

KUALA LUMPUR: A woman has been surviving on her savings after she was retrenched from work soon after Covid-19 hit Malaysia in 2020. Read full story

Hefty bills await car owners

JOHOR BARU: If your car has been submerged in floodwaters, be prepared to fork out about RM10,000 for repairs, says the Johor Auto­mobile Repairmen’s Association. Read full story

Retiree and son survived on instant oats

SEGAMAT: It was a harrowing experience for retiree Abdullah Mohamed, who was trapped at home for two days with only a little food after the roads surrounding his house were submerged in floodwaters. Read full story

Penang axes four Perikatan reps

GEORGE TOWN: After almost three years of fighting against it, the axe has finally fallen on four Penang state assemblymen. Read full story