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Datum: 19.06.2020

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Rights activists opposition politicians arrested in malaysia

Malaysian authorities today arrested 10 opposition politician for blocking a road after protesters blocked the road to parliament. Opposition lawmaker Pian Tengku Abdul Rahman, who was among them, was arrested near his house and released.

Meanwhile protesters stormed the Malay Rakyat House and blocked the Malay Rakyat Road leading to the house of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yesterday in his official capacity during the day. Protestor then stormed the Malay Rakyat House and blocked the Malay Rakyat Road leading to the building. Protesters stormed Malay Rakyat House in Malacca yesterday for the protest. Protestor also barged into Malay Rakyat House and tried to enter the Malay Rakyat House but was stopped by Malay Rakyat House police and charged by protestors who barged into Malay Rakyat House in a fight with police.

Protesters in Malacca on Monday for the protest against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak

#BREAKING @MalaysianPD says anti-PD protesters broke into Malay Rakyat House and forced entry to Malay Rakyat. Arrests made on complaint from one of their fellow party members, says @AamSingLets pic.twitter.com/UJ6mqGqXbX — Javed Alvi (@javealyvin) March 26, 2016

Meanwhile in Abu Dhabi, police have stopped an alleged car thief and a group of his supporters from getting into an occupied car and setting fire to it in the country's third largest port. On March 24, a vehicle used by the group to attack a taxi driver in the United Arab Emirates had also been caught on camera setting fire to an Uber in Dubai.

The protesters were not successful in getting their vehicle impounded as they were found not to have a driver's licence.

Another Malay group that had tried to cause mischief at a hotel in Bali yesterday, by pushing two women from the hotel onto an escalator, were prevented from proceeding with their action and later released.

Malay protestors hold placards during a protest against the construction of two golf courses in Abu Dhabi on March 24, 2016

Protesters hold a placard during a protest against the construction of two golf courses in Abu Dhabi on March 24, 2016

Protesters from various regional groups have been holding demonstrations in the Gulf for the past three days.

Also on Monday, Malaysian state police also arrested two Malay residents for setting fire to the Malacca Sars, a traditional Malay meal at a central beach town, on March 24.


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Pub robbed by man with machete

(CNN) – Two men robbed a man's vehicle Sunday evening in a parking lot in North Miami Beach and he managed to get away before police arrived, according to a report from Miami Beach PD.

The man, whom police would not identify, was driving in a parked SUV in the parking lot around 11 p.m. on East Orange Drive when two men approached and asked what the car was worth, police reports state. The man told police they didn't know anything about his vehicle, but told police his wife and girlfriend said it was worth $30,000.

"It's not worth $30,000," the men told the man. "I'm going to make you sign a bad document."

After threatening to give the man the document, one of the men grabbed his cellphone and punched him.

The man was then pulled into the garage behind the restaurant where another man then helped him to a nearby patrol car, according to police reports.

Police officers were soon alerted by someone in the area who saw a man walking down the street and called police.

The incident was captured on cell phone video by a witness, who identified the man as 43-year-old Mark Jarrell, from Ocala.

When police arrived, officers discovered the man had fled before they could arrest him. They found him lying outside of a hotel near the restaurant. He was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center.

A neighbor, 47-year-old Juanita Todre, told CNN she found a man's cell phone in the parking lot and heard him say a curse word.

"When I opened the car, he was still sitting inside the car on top of the car," she said. "I heard screaming like, 'I'm done. I'm done. I'm done.'"

She went outside and saw about 20 people in the street looking at the car and shouting for him to call police. She told CNN she tried to call for him and that when he did not respond, a friend grabbed him and went to arrest him.

"They asked him if he was okay. He said 'yes.' They took him in and he passed out," she said.

Todre said police officers then took him to Orlando Regional Medical Center. He has been transferred to the hospital with "blood pressure issues," according to police reports

He is listed in critical condition with a broken jaw. No details were given about what ca


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