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Malaysia's FDI rises to $160b in Q2
Foreign direct investment (FDI) position in Malaysia increased to 667.5 billion ringgit (about $160 billion), from 662.7 billion ringgit in the preceding quarter, official data showed on Friday.
British teen's family 'heartbroken' after body found in Malaysia
The family of British teenager Nora Quoirin, whose body was found in Malaysia, said their "hearts are broken."
Ceramic works from Iran’s Qajar Era on view at Malaysia’s Islamic Arts Museum
An art exhibition titled, ‘Qajar Ceramics – Bridging Tradition and Modernity,’ featuring a total of 78 artifacts from the 19th and early 20th centuries is underway at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian PM: Israel ‘the main cause of terrorism in world’
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says the occupation of Palestinian territories as part of attempts to form an illegal entity, called Israel, has been the main cause of terrorism in the world.
China, Malaysia restart massive 'Belt and Road' project after hiccups
China and Malaysia resumed construction on a massive “Belt and Road” train project in northern Malaysia on Thursday, after a year-long suspension and following a rare agreement to cut its cost by nearly a third to about $11 billion.
Shadowed by trade war, Malaysia says 2020 fiscal deficit target a 'challenge'
Malaysia will find it challenging to meet its three percent fiscal deficit target for next year due to uncertainties around the US-China trade war, the finance minister told Reuters in an interview on Monday.
Malaysia Film Festival nominates Iran’s ‘Axing’ in six categories
The Iranian feature, ‘Axing’, directed by Behrooz Shoaibi, was nominated in six different sections in the third edition of the Malaysia International Film Festival (MIFFest).
Malaysia seizes $240m from Chinese state firm's bank account
Malaysia has seized more than 1 billion ringgit ($243.25 million) from a bank account of state-owned China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Ltd. (CPP), the Straits Times newspaper said on Saturday.
Malaysia calls for ‘justice’, citizenship for Rohingya Muslims
Malaysia on Saturday said the perpetrators of violence against Myanmar's Rohingya minority must "be brought to justice", in sharp comments delivered at a normally tame regional summit.
Iran’s ‘Hat-trick’ sweeps nominations in Malaysia
Iranian feature film, ‘Hat-trick,’ directed by Ramtin Lavafipour, set a new record by winning the most nominations in the 2019 edition of the Malaysia International Film Festival and Malaysia Golden Global Awards.
Russia censures MH17 probe’s findings as groundless
Russia's Foreign Ministry has decried as “groundless” the accusations made by an international team investigating the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Malaysia's last male Sumatran rhino dies in captivity
Malaysia's last male Sumatran rhinoceros has died, an official says, dashing efforts to save the critically endangered species in the country.
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.

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