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6-year-old Malaysian boy dies after being left in van for 3 hours

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

PETALING JAYA: A six-year-old boy died after he was left in a van for three hours unnoticed by the driver, according to a report by the Star on Sunday (Apr 23). 108 more words

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What a waste: Malaysia's struggle with excess food

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KUALA LUMPUR: The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers are among the tallest buildings in the world, looming over Kuala Lumpur at 1,483 feet. Now, imagine if both those towers were filled to the brim with food.  1,062 more words

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3 more Malaysians rescued from Abu Sayyaf

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KUALA LUMPUR: Three more Malaysian nationals who were kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf
terrorists in the Dent Haven waters in Lahad Datu on Jul 18 last year were saved by Filipino security forces. 134 more words

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MACC seizes US$123,000 from ministry sec-gen's house

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Friday (Jan 6) seized RM550,000 (US$123,000) at the house of the Rural and Regional Development Ministry secretary-general. 160 more words

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14 killed, 16 injured as express bus plunges into ravine in Johor

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MUAR: An express bus plunged into a six-metre deep ravine 137km of the North-South Highway near Jalan Kangkar Senangah Pagoh on Saturday (Dec 24) killing 14 people and injuring 16, according to the Johor Fire and Rescue Service. 90 more words

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Malaysian woman, 73, hypnotised and cheated of $27,500

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – A 73-year-old woman lost more than RM86,000 (S$27,456) in cash and jewellery after being hypnotised and conned by a syndicate headed by a healer. 303 more words

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Malaysia to award $18.3b KL-Kelantan rail project to China

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BEIJING • Malaysia is awarding a RM55 billion (S$18.3 billion) rail project to China Communication Construction Company (CCCC), just two weeks after Prime Minister Najib Razak made public the plan to build the Kuala Lumpur-Kelantan line. 424 more words

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