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May, 26, 2016

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To whom it may concern: please claim your Boeing 747s
Still puzzled by the mystery of missing flight MH370, Malaysian airport authorities now have the opposite problem: three Boeing 747 planes left unclaimed at the country's main airport.
 
Critics have hit out against a new Malaysian security law granting unprecedented emergency powers to the government, which they say is aimed at quashing challenges to scandal-tainted Premier Najib Razak and is propelling the country toward dictatorship.
 
A U.N. body has determined that former Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has been jailed in violation of international law and called for his immediate release, according to a copy of the opinion released by his family.
 
Malaysia increasingly resembles a "police state" as the government uses repressive laws to silence critics including those demanding the prime minister answer corruption allegations, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
 
Delegates at an international drug-policy conference in Malaysia urged the U.N. drug office on Wednesday to officially release a leaked policy paper in which it makes a landmark call for decriminalization.
 
Malaysian police have arrested a "terrorist hacker" wanted by Washington for allegedly stealing data related to more than a thousand U.S. military and government personnel and providing the information to the Islamic State group.
 
A former leader of Malaysia's ruling party and his lawyer were charged Monday with economic sabotage over reports lodged abroad against a debt-laden state investment fund.
 
Malaysia's nine state sultans have issued a rare joint statement expressing concern over a corruption scandal swirling around Prime Minister Najib Razak and calling for a swift and transparent investigation.
 
Malaysian Prime Minister Razak urges Indonesia to act on smoke-belching fires
Malaysia's premier has urged Indonesia to act against those responsible for raging fires that have blanketed Southeast Asia in smog for weeks, as Malaysian schools closed again Monday over health concerns.
 
Malaysian PM urges Indonesia to act on smoke-belching fires
Malaysia's premier has urged Indonesia to act against those responsible for raging fires that have blanketed Southeast Asia in smog for weeks, as Malaysian schools closed again Monday over health concerns.
 
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