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Malaysia proposes $20 million fine on Grab for abusive practices
Malaysia’s competition regulator on Thursday proposed a fine of over 86 million ringgit ($20.5 million) on ride-hailing firm Grab for violating competition law by imposing restrictive clauses on its drivers.
Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over toxic haze from forest fires
Thousands of schools were shuttered across Malaysia and Indonesia Thursday, affecting at least 1.7 million pupils, officials said, as toxic haze from rampant forest fires sent air quality plummeting.
Schools, airports closed as Indonesia fires spark fears for Singapore F1
Toxic haze from Indonesian forest fires closed schools and airports across the country and in neighboring Malaysia Wednesday, while air quality worsened in Singapore just days before the city’s Formula One motor race.
Staggering 81.8% increase in dengue cases in Malaysia
The number of dengue cases in Malaysia this year increased drastically by 81.8 percent compared to last year, with 93,344 cases recorded from January until Sept. 7, Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said.
Indonesia hits back at Malaysia over forest fires
Indonesia on Friday rejected Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting from its forest fires across the border, saying blazes were also raging in parts of Malaysia and on Malaysian-owned plantations in Indonesia.
Malaysia arrests 22 Shia Muslims in Selangor
More than 20 Shia Muslims have been arrested by Malaysian authorities in a series of raids over the past few days, which have sparked fears of an upward trend of persecution.
Malaysia Independence Day marked in Tehran
The Malaysian Embassy in Tehran on Wednesday celebrated national Independence Day in a ceremony attended by Iran’s Information and Communications Technology Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi.
Iran, Malaysia FMs discuss bilateral cooperation
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Malaysian counterpart Saifuddin Abdullah conferred on issues of mutual interests in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.
Drugs worth $161m seized in Malaysia's biggest haul
Malaysian authorities seized nearly 3,700kg of ketamine and cocaine worth about $161 million in the country's biggest drug haul to date.
Malaysia's Mahathir says linking palm oil to deforestation 'baseless'
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Friday said linking the production of palm oil to deforestation was “baseless, unfair and unjustified”, and that the industry has grown responsibly.
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.

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