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Malaysia prepares to boost palm-biofuel use in wake of EU limits
Malaysia’s national automotive policy is expected to allow for a higher percentage of palm-biodiesel blends over the next few decades, according to International Trade and Industry Minister Darell Leiking.
Malaysia drafts tougher penalties for offenses that harm environment
Stiffer penalties of up to a RM5 million (S$1.6 million) fine will be imposed for environmental offenses under a new act that is currently being drafted.
Teenage girl kills herself 'after Instagram poll' in Malaysia
A 16-year-old girl reportedly killed herself in Malaysia, after posting a poll on her Instagram account asking followers if she should die or not, and 69 percent of responders voting that she should.
Malaysia joins Asia easing cycle with quarter-point rate cut
Malaysia’s central bank cut its benchmark interest rate for the first time since July 2016, seeking to support the economy as global risks mount.
Malaysia environment groups, Lynas workers rally over rare earths plant
Malaysian environmental groups and Lynas Corp workers held rival demonstrations in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday over concerns about radioactive waste from the company’s rare earths processing plant in the country.
Malaysia says 200 Rohingya migrants still at sea after latest arrival
Malaysian authorities on Monday were on the lookout for boats believed to be carrying up to 200 Rohingya after dozens of migrants were found near a beach in the country’s north.
Iranian researcher receives Malaysian National Book Award
The thirteenth Malaysian Book Fair ended with the introduction of the book, ‘The Cultural and Civilization Heritage of Iran and the Malay World: A Cultural Discourse,’ and the granting of the Malaysian National Book Award to this book, which is jointly edited by an Iranian researcher residing in Malaysia, Abdolreza Alemi, and Professor Farid al-Attas, a professor at the National University of Singapore.
Malaysia drops murder charge against second woman in Kim Jong-nam’s case
Malaysian prosecutors have dropped a murder charge against a Vietnamese woman accused of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in 2017, sentencing her, instead, to over three years in jail for a lesser charge.
Malaysia rejects call to free Vietnamese accused in Kim Jong Nam killing
Malaysia’s attorney-general on Thursday rejected Vietnam’s request to free a woman accused of the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, and a court set April 1 for her trial to resume.
Dozens treated for suspected chemical poisoning in Malaysia
Thirty-five people, mostly students, have been treated for poisoning in Malaysia after a suspected chemical leak near two schools in the country’s south on Thursday, officials said.
Malaysia attends TITE 2019 to promote tourism
Tourism Malaysia aims to welcome some 12,000 Iranian tourists to Malaysia during the Iranian New Year holiday, Norouz.
Bangladesh stops 30 Rohingya Muslims from leaving
Bangladeshi security forces have stopped 30 Rohingya refugees from heading to the more prosperous and Muslim-majority Malaysia, officials say.
China offered to nearly halve cost of Malaysia's $20-billion rail project: sources
China offered to nearly halve the cost of a $20-billion rail project to save the centerpiece of its infrastructure push in Southeast Asia, two sources said on Thursday, but contradictory remarks by Malaysian ministers leave the outcome uncertain.
Malaysia's premier draws analogy between Trump wall, ban on Israeli athletes
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has defended Malaysia’s ban on Israeli athletes from taking part in international events, comparing the move to President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the United States’ border with Mexico.
Malaysia says won't host any more events involving Israel
Malaysia's foreign minister announced on Wednesday that his country will not host any events in the future involving Israel.

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