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Malaysia's Mahathir says Muslims can kill French, Twitter deletes post

Kuala Lumpur - Former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad tweeted Thursday that Muslims had a right "to kill millions of French people" after a deadly attack in Nice, sparking widespread anger and prompting Twitter to delete his post.

Malaysian king rejects PM's push for emergency powers

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's king Sunday rejected a proposal by the premier to declare a state of emergency and suspend parliament to fight the coronavirus after the plan sparked a massive backlash.

Goldman Sachs fined US$350 million in Hong Kong over 1MDB

Fpo - Global financial titan Goldman Sachs was fined US$350 million by Hong Kong's securities watchdog on Thursday for its role in the massive 1MDB Malaysian bribery scandal, the latest in a growing list of global punishments the firm faces.

Malaysian police probe Anwar over bid to become PM

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian police questioned Anwar Ibrahim on Friday over his push to topple the government and become prime minister, with the opposition leader slamming the investigation as "political harassment".

Malaysia's Anwar meets king in bid to topple government

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim had a long-awaited meeting with the king Tuesday, seeking to prove he has support to take power and fulfil a decades-old ambition of becoming premier.

Malaysia's Anwar to meet king as he seeks to topple govt

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim will meet the king next week to prove he has support from MPs to take power, he said Thursday, the latest move in the country's political crisis.

Malaysian palm oil giant hit with US ban over abuse concerns

Washington - The United States has banned imports from a Malaysian palm oil giant that supplies household titans like Procter & Gamble and Nestle over concerns its workers face physical and sexual violence and other abuses.

Malaysian PM faces major test in state polls

Semporna - Malaysia's embattled leader faces state elections Saturday that are his biggest political test since taking office, with analysts saying he desperately needs a win to strengthen his tenuous hold on power.

Malaysia's Anwar says has backing to form govt, PM stands firm

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian opposition chief Anwar Ibrahim said Wednesday he had "formidable" support from MPs to form a new government, but the prime minister insisted he remained the country's legitimate leader.

Malaysia's Anwar says has 'strong' support to form govt

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Wednesday he had the "strong" backing of lawmakers and was seeking an audience with the king to form a new government.

North Korean man in Malaysia challenges US extradition bid

Kuala Lumpur - A North Korean man launched a legal challenge Friday against a US bid to extradite him from Malaysia over allegations he supplied goods to his country in breach of sanctions.

Goldman pays Malaysia $2.5 bn as part of 1MDB deal

Kuala Lumpur - Goldman Sachs has paid Malaysia $2.5 billion as part of a settlement over the US investment bank's role in the multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal, officials said Friday.The agreement, which has a total value of $3.

Family thought French-Irish girl abducted, Malaysia inquest hears

Seremban - The family of a French-Irish teenager who died after disappearing from a Malaysian jungle resort initially suspected she had been kidnapped and taken to a nearby house, an inquest heard Tuesday.

Malaysia police tell inquest 'no sign' French-Irish teen was kidnapped

Seremban - Malaysian police insisted Monday there was no indication a French-Irish teenager was kidnapped from a jungle resort, as an inquest began into the girl's death following her disappearance while on holiday.

Malaysia opens inquest into French-Irish teen's death

Seremban - A Malaysian coroner opened an inquest Monday into the death of a French-Irish teenager, a year after her unclothed body was found in the jungle following her disappearance while on holiday.

Malaysia to open inquest into French-Irish teen's death

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian coroner will begin an inquiry next week into the death of a French-Irish teenager whose unclothed body was found in the jungle after she went missing on holiday last year.

Malaysia coast guard kill Vietnamese fisherman in S. China Sea clash

Kuala Lumpur - The Malaysian coast guard shot dead a Vietnamese fisherman whose boat tried to ram a patrol vessel in the South China Sea, an official said Monday.

Malaysian coroner visits Franco-Irish teen's death site

Seremban - A coroner in Malaysia inspected a resort and nearby jungle Thursday ahead of an inquest into the death of a Franco-Irish teenager during a family holiday there last year.

Malaysian ex-finance minister charged in graft case

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's ex-finance minister, now a key opposition figure, was charged with corruption Friday over a $1.5 billion construction project, the latest government critic to be targeted since a scandal-plagued party returned to power.

Al-Jazeera says Malaysia rejects visas for Aussie staffers

Kuala Lumpur - Broadcaster Al-Jazeera said Thursday that Malaysian authorities have refused to renew the work visas of two of its Australian journalists, just days after the network's Kuala Lumpur office was raided by police.

Malaysian police chief insists Al Jazeera probe 'professional'

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's police chief insisted Wednesday investigations into an Al Jazeera documentary are being conducted "professionally" and rejected concerns about worsening media freedom, a day after the broadcaster's office was searched.

Al Jazeera's Malaysian office raided over documentary

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian authorities raided Al Jazeera's Kuala Lumpur office Tuesday and seized computers as part of an investigation into a documentary about migrants that angered the government, drawing condemnation from the broadcaster.

Spike in demand: stinky durians enjoy online virus boom

Petaling Jaya - When a coronavirus lockdown confined Malaysians to their homes, street traders selling durians moved their pungent produce online -- and have been enjoying an unexpected spike in demand.

China denies harbouring alleged 1MDB mastermind

Kuala Lumpur - China denied Thursday it was harbouring a fugitive financier wanted over the massive 1MDB corruption scandal, after Malaysian police said he was hiding in Macau.

Malaysian ex-PM Najib sentenced to 12 years over 1MDB scandal

Kuala Lumpur - Former Malaysian leader Najib Razak was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in jail on corruption charges linked to the multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal that led to the downfall of his government two years ago.

Malaysian court to deliver verdict in Najib's first 1MDB trial

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian court will hand down its verdict in Najib Razak's first corruption trial Tuesday following a long-running case probing the former prime minister's role in the multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal.

Malaysian ex-PM Najib to learn fate in first 1MDB trial

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian court will hand down its verdict in Najib Razak's first corruption trial on Tuesday, nearly 16 months after it began probing the former prime minister's role in the multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal.

Malaysia in $3.9 bn settlement with Goldman over 1MDB

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia reached a $3.9 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs Friday over the Wall Street titan's role in the 1MDB scandal in exchange for the country ending all criminal proceedings against the bank.

Malaysia says won't restrict social media videos after outcry

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia insisted Thursday it would not use decades-old laws to stop people posting videos on social media, backtracking on earlier comments that sparked concerns about worsening freedom of expression.

US sanctions world's top surgical glove maker over forced labour

Kuala Lumpur - The US has banned the import of surgical gloves from two subsidiaries of Malaysia's Top Glove -- the world's biggest manufacturer of the product -- over forced labour concerns, despite soaring demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Lizard Squad attacked the Malaysia Airlines website, replacing the homepage.
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An aerial view of the Adelaide, Australia, city center is seen, looking southeast.
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PROBLEMATIC: Ships believed to be Chinese dredging vessels are seen in the vicinity of Subi Reef in ...
PROBLEMATIC: Ships believed to be Chinese dredging vessels are seen in the vicinity of Subi Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea in a photo from 2015.
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Sign posted at Mount Silam last month reads "Pray for MH370" at "Tower of Heaven"on Mount Silam.
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Zaharie Ahmad Shah  captain of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 bound for Beijing
Zaharie Ahmad Shah, captain of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 bound for Beijing
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Nicholas Mujah has been arrested for 'possession of seditious materials'.
The Australian Navy vessel Ocean Shield has been outfitted with a high-tech listening device to dete...
The Australian Navy vessel Ocean Shield has been outfitted with a high-tech listening device to detect locator signals from the black boxes aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
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Under Taib s rule the Penan have mounted countless
blockades to stop their forest being destroyed.
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Under Taib's rule the Penan have mounted countless blockades to stop their forest being destroyed. © A.Rain/N.Rain/Survival
Under Chief Minister Taib  the Penan s forests have been ravaged for 30 years. © Survival
Under Chief Minister Taib, the Penan's forests have been ravaged for 30 years. © Survival
The Pasukan Gerakan Khas (Abbreviation: PGK; English: Police Special Operations Command; SOCOM) is a...
The Pasukan Gerakan Khas (Abbreviation: PGK; English: Police Special Operations Command; SOCOM) is an elite high-profile counter-terrorism and special operations tactical unit of the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). PGK operators standby for Counter-Terrorism and Hostage Rescue drill.
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Malay girls
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Rare pygmy elephants poisoned to keep them away from palm oil plantations.
Rare pygmy elephants poisoned to keep them away from palm oil plantations.
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Citrawarna Malaysia parade in Kuala Lumpur
Citrawarna Malaysia parade in Kuala Lumpur
Citrawarna Malaysia parade in Kuala Lumpur
Citrawarna Malaysia parade in Kuala Lumpur
STILL LOOKING: An Australian Navy helicopter leaves the HMAS Toowoomba in the southern Indian Ocean ...
STILL LOOKING: An Australian Navy helicopter leaves the HMAS Toowoomba in the southern Indian Ocean to rejoin the search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
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A possible relative cries at the Beijing Airport after news of the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing ...
A possible relative cries at the Beijing Airport after news of the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 plane in Beijing on March 8, 2014
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Only 9% of all plastic waste ever produced has been recycled. About 12% has been incinerated  while ...
Only 9% of all plastic waste ever produced has been recycled. About 12% has been incinerated, while the rest — 79% — has accumulated in landfills, dumps or the natural environment.
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Map of Malaysia
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Kilim Geoforest park, Langkawi, Malaysia
A law enforcement counter-terrorist team in action. Special Actions Unit (UTK) or Pasukan Gerakan Kh...
A law enforcement counter-terrorist team in action. Special Actions Unit (UTK) or Pasukan Gerakan Khas (PGK) operatives armed with a Heckler and Koch 9mm MP5-N sub-machine guns simulates Counter-Terrorism operations at Bukit Aman Main Police Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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