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Malaysia finds ancient iron smelting site
The Malaysian National Heritage Department (JWN), which is conducting archeological excavation near Sungai Muda in Kampung Padang Chicak, Jeneri, Sik, Kedah, since last Jan. 3 has found an ancient iron ore smelting site in the area.
Malaysian PM welcomes Rouhani's cryptocurrency proposal alternative to US dollar
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said that he agrees with Iran’s suggestion on using cryptocurrency as an alternative to the US dollar.
Malaysian Environment Department activates two action plans to tackle haze
The Malaysian Department of Environment (DoE) has activated the National Open Burning Action Plan and the National Haze Action Plan to coordinate measures by government agencies in addressing open burning and the haze in the country.
Malaysian court postpones ex-PM Najib’s corruption trial
A Malaysian court has postponed the corruption trial of former prime minister Najib Razak over charges related to a multibillion-dollar scandal at state fund 1MDB pending an appeal, his lawyer says.
China denies it offered to bail out Malaysian fund
Beijing has rejected a Wall Street Journal report saying Chinese officials offered to bail out scandal-ridden Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and try to get the US and other countries to drop corruption probes into the fund.
Malaysian economic growth likely to ease in December
Latest economic figures showed that Malaysia's economic growth is likely to ease in December this year to February 2019, Malaysia's Statistics Department said on Wednesday.
Number of jobless Malaysian youth reaching alarming rate
In Malaysia, young people are basically competing with matured adults with more work experience, which is worrying.
Malaysian reciter, Indian memorizer winners of int’l Qur’an contest for visually-impaired
The winners of the international Qu’ran competition for the visually-impaired were announced by the panel of judges.
Malaysian media call for screening more Iranian films
Representatives of Malaysian media attending a press conference on Iran's first film festival in Malaysia called for screening more Iranian films in the country.
Donation boxes in Malaysian university for Iran, Iraq quake survivors
Students of a Malaysian university have held donation boxes to collect aid for the survivors of the recent powerful earthquake in Iran-Iraq border region that left scores of people homeless.
Malaysian flood death toll climbs to seven
At least seven people were confirmed dead in the northwestern Malaysian state of Penang after devastating floods triggered by the heaviest rainfall recorded in Penang's history.
Malaysian police arrest 6 Daesh suspects
Security forces in Malaysia have arrested six local people suspected of membership in the Takfiri Deash terrorist group.
Malaysian schools to get complaint boxes
All Malaysian schools must now provide a complaint box for tip-offs on student misconduct and criminal activity.
Myanmar yet to give green light to Malaysian aid flotilla for Rohingya
An aid flotilla organized to deliver food and emergency supplies from Muslim majority Malaysia to Rohingya Muslims is yet to receive permission to enter Myanmar, raising fears of confrontation and deterioration of already-tense ties between the countries.
Thousands of Malaysian protesters urge scandal-hit PM Najib to resign
Thousands of anti-government protesters, known as yellow-shirts, have defied a police crackdown and staged a rally in Malaysia's capital, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak over a corruption scandal.

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