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Malaysia Aircraft Search Turns Up 1800s Shipwreck

The hunt for a goal Malaysia Airlines craft that left over a Indian Ocean in 2014 has detected something else: a 19th-century shipwreck. Searchers detected a plague while combing a Indian Ocean for ruins of Flight MH 370, that dead ...

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Eating in Malaysia: A juicy alliance of cuisines

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GEORGE TOWN, MALAYSIA – we utterly enjoyed my initial plate in this country. Apparently, we had it all wrong. Settling in during a Equatorial Hotel south of George Town on a island of Penang, we opted for a play of ...

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Ex-Miss Malaysia is postulated divorce from Laura Ashley trainer husband

Pauline Chai, in her late 60s, and Khoo Kay Peng, 77, were married for 43 years Three year conflict over either English or Malaysian courts will order resources value an estimated £440million Legal fees have so distant cost an estimated ...

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A Cultural Revolution in Malaysia

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Malaysia Airlines: No some-more check-in luggage on all Europe flights from tonight …

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Malaysia Airlines imposed a proxy reduction on check-in container on a routes to Europe, citing reserve and a need to preserve fuel due to ‘unseasonably clever conduct winds’. — File picKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) has ...

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Malaysia seeks to postpone bauxite mining after environmental scare

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The Malaysian cupboard wants to temporarily hindrance bauxite mining until regulations, chartering and environmental insurance can be put in place. Malaysia is pulling to postpone bauxite mining due to concerns about a impact on a environment, a cupboard source pronounced ...

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Malaysia seeks to postpone bauxite mining after environmental scare

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The Malaysian cupboard wants to temporarily hindrance bauxite mining until regulations, chartering and environmental insurance can be put in place. Malaysia is pulling to postpone bauxite mining due to concerns about a impact on a environment, a cupboard source pronounced ...

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1MDB to sell 60% of Bandar Malaysia to Iskandar, China organisation for RM7.4 billion

1MDB boss and organisation executive executive Arul Kanda Kandasamy (centre) says a Bandar Malaysia land is value RM11.5 billion. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Nazir Sufari, Dec 31, 2015.1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) has concluded to sell 60% of a ...

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Boon or bane? Malaysia’s unfamiliar workman dilemma

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KUALA LUMPUR: Back in Nepal, Raju Khadka was a youth officer in a army, and even served on a United Nations peacekeeping idea in Haiti. His crony Bijram Darai was an electrician. Both group are now confidence guards during a ...

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World Sailing to Probe Israeli Visa Refusal in Malaysia

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World Sailing pronounced Sunday it will examine reports that dual Israeli windsurfers and their manager have been refused visas to contest during a Youth Sailing World Championships in Langkawi, Malaysia, observant all general sailors should be authorised to compete. Youth ...

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