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An intensified underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will start in about two weeks' time, Australian premier Tony Abbott said Saturday as he visited Malaysia to discuss the issue.
 

Malaysia Airlines will slash thousands of staff, trim routes, replace its CEO and could see future stake sales to outside investors under plans announced Friday to save it from bankruptcy after two devastating disasters.
 

A Malaysia Airlines plane was forced to turn back due to pressure problems inside the aircraft after being in the air for almost an hour, a top aviation watchdog official said Sunday.
 

Chinese physics student Jimmy Wang had no interest in aviation until March 8, when Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing with his 58-year-old father Wang Lijun aboard.
 

Carried by soldiers and draped in the national flag, coffins carrying Malaysian victims of Flight MH17 returned home Friday to a country still searching for those onboard another doomed jet and a government battling the political fallout of both tragedies.
MH17 bodies returned as Malaysia battles fallout

 

Malaysia's resurgent opposition coalition appeared to have averted a rift as its Islamic partner threw its support behind the other member parties on Sunday after weeks of wrangling.
 

Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim faces a hefty civil lawsuit by a former male aide who has accused the opposition leader of sodomizing him, Anwar's lawyers said on Wednesday, calling the suit “politically motivated.”
 

Influential former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad on Tuesday criticized the takeover of crisis-hit Malaysia Airlines by the country's sovereign wealth fund as a recipe for more losses by the carrier.
 

A paralyzed man in China is blissfully married to a Malaysian woman he met online. Li Kangyu has not left his house for 30 years. Diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, he has been paralyzed and bedridden since he was seven.
Chinese man, Malaysian woman in 'fairy tale' love story

 

Former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has called for the Internet to be censored to preserve “public morality,” in what the opposition suggested Saturday was an attempt to silence government critics.
 
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