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Malaysia is still waiting on the verification on whether the debris found on the Reunion Island were from MH370 flight.
POSTED |  01-08-2015
Malaysia is “almost certain” that plane debris found on Reunion Island in ...
POSTED |  30-07-2015
Malaysia and Indonesia on Wednesday (20 May 2015) offered to provide “temporary shelter” to thousands of migrants stranded at sea.
POSTED |  20-05-2015
The foreign ministers of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand are scheduled to meet to discuss the flow of Bangladesh and Myanmar migrants ...
POSTED |  17-05-2015
Malaysia has actively proposed a common time zone for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as a symbol of integration.
POSTED |  28-04-2015
Malaysia will have to convince Australia that former police commando Sirul Azhar Umar will not be sent to the gallows before the country will agree to send him back.
POSTED |  17-01-2015
The search and locate (SAL) operation for a missing AirAsia ...
POSTED |  29-12-2014
Malaysia’s bid to join the United States’ Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) will be high on the agenda...
POSTED |  27-09-2014
The Mekong River is useful only for fish and hydropower. Navigation is limited by waterfalls and shoals. Irrigation is only suitable in the lower region and the river is being rapidly fished out. The famous giant Mekong catfish has been almost extinct since 1970, long before the dam era.
POSTED |  06-08-2014-- By Frank Lombard --
An extremist group planning to carry out terrorist attacks in Malaysia and abroad has networks in Syria.
POSTED |  03-05-2014
Malaysia will release a preliminary report on Thursday on the disappearance of flight MH370 nearly two months after it went missing.
POSTED |  01-05-2014
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