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Malaysia deports Australian journalists
Malaysia on Tuesday deported two Australian journalists who were detained after trying to question Prime Minister Najib Razak about multiple scandals swirling around him.
A leading Malaysian news portal that was blocked by the government after it ran reports on a scandal linked to Prime Minister Najib Razak is shutting down after eight years, it announced Monday.
Monotony and 'terror' mark search for missing Flight 370
The shifts on board the ship are punishing: 12 hours on, 12 hours off, seven days a week, for a month straight -- though pingpong and poker during the downtime help break up the monotony. But for the American man who designed a sonar device being used in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, spending nearly six months at sea searching for the plane was something of an honor.
Leaders from across Malaysia's political spectrum joined forces Friday to call for the removal of scandal-hit premier Najib Razak, in a sharp escalation of a festering corruption crisis.
Don't make missing Flight 370 pilot the fall guy: sister
Time has not eased the pain for the family of Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the senior pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Nearly two years after the plane disappeared, they must cope not only with his loss but with the theory that he was to blame.
MH370 families issue emotional plea for open-ended search
Families of MH370 passengers on Thursday issued an emotional plea to authorities to keep searching for the missing plane beyond an expected mid-year completion date, for the sake of distressed relatives and future aviation safety.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak rejected a new report Tuesday that a state investment fund likely deposited close to a billion dollars into his personal bank accounts.
Ex-Malaysian leader Mahathir quits ruling party in protest at party head
Former Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad has quit the ruling Malay party, saying Monday it has been hijacked by embattled Prime Minister Najib Razak to protect his own interests.
Confusion reigned in Malaysia yesterday over its foreign labor policy, just a day after the country signed an initial agreement in Dhaka to bring blue-collar Bangladeshi workers into Malaysia over three years.
The Malaysian Federal Court has held that a non-Muslim marriage does not dissolve automatically when one of the parties converts to Islam.
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