#ICYMI Weekly Editor's Picks (June 27 - July 3)

#ICYMI Weekly Editor's Picks (June 27 - July 3)
Astro AWANI Editor's Picks for the week beginning June 27 to July 3, 2016.
IN case you missed it, here is a list of news handpicked by an Astro AWANI editor for the week beginning June 27 to July 3, 2016.

The top headlines for the week include the latest Cabinet reshuffling exercise, Penang Chief Minister hauled up to court over corruption and a deadly hostage situation in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

MONDAY, JUNE 27: Najib announces new Cabinet lineup

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announces his new Cabinet lineup, the third one since he assumed office in 2009.

TMJ's first child named Tunku Khalsom Aminah Sofiah
President of the Johor Council of Royal Court, Datuk Abdul Rahim Ramli announces that the first child of the Tunku Mahkota Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim who was born on June 25, has been named Yang Amat Mulia Tunku Khalsom Aminah Sofiah.

TMJ and Che Puan Khaleeda Bustamam with their new bundle of joy at home in Istana Bukit Pelangi. - Facebook/JOHOR Southern Tigers
TUESDAY, JUNE 28: Mother kills intruder after finding him in her young daughter's bedroom

A woman in Portland, Oregon in the United States shot a man after she found him in her 10-year-old daughter's bedroom.

The suspect killed has been identified as 59-year-old David Daniel McCrary of Gresham, Oregon. - The Washington Post/Portland Police Bureau
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29: MACC issues arrest warrant on Guan Eng

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officers arrived at the Penang Chief Minister's office in KOMTAR to detain him while he was chairing a state exco meeting.

Guan Eng being taken away by MACC officers from his office in KOMTAR, Penang. - Astro AWANI
Company GM injured in North-South Expressway shooting

The 40-year-old executive was shot at six times, four times from the right side of his car and twice from the left side.

The victim took two shots on the right arm, two on the right side of the neck and one on the chest. - Astro AWANI
THURSDAY, JUNE 30: Guan Eng pleads not guilty to corruption charges

The Penang CM and DAP secretary-general claims trial at the Penang High Court on two corruption charges involving the purchases of a bungalow and a plot of land in the state.

Among the 1,000-odd supporters and members of the publilc who gathered outside the courthouse in George Town on Thursday morning. - Astro AWANI
FRIDAY, JULY 1: Tesla driver killed on 'autopilot' mode, US probe opened

Tesla Motors Inc. says a driver was killed while using its "autopilot" self-driving mechanism on its Model S electric car, leading to a federal safety investigation.

A file photo of the Model S electric car. Tesla says the fatality was "a tragic loss" and was the first such incident with its Autopilot system activated.
SATURDAY, JULY 2: 18 injured in Makkah stampede

The incident happened near the Grand Mosque as Muslims gathered in large numbers to mark the Night of Destiny, one of the high points of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.

A Sept 24, 2015 file photo of rescue workers attend to victims of a stampede in Mina, Saudi Arabia during the annual hajj pilgrimage. The even was deemed as the worst disaster to ever strike the ritual. - AP Photo
SUNDAY, JULY 3: Measles fever on the rise in Selangor due to vaccination refusal

Cases of measles in Selangor in the first quarter of this year recorded an increase following the refusal of parents to allow their children to be given the vaccine jabs and immunisation.

A total of 403 measles cases in Selangor have been reported in the first quarter of 2016.