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"I want all the children without documents and without education to be given a chance to go to school."
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Kuala Lumpur and Balakong residents try to save items from the muddied waters outside their property, homes and cars lie submerged under flood waters and workers clear out damaged goods from a building.
Horseback archery: Malaysians take a shot at ancient pastime
Horseback archery was common for thousands of years in hunting and warfare but declined with the introduction of firearms and other modern combat gear.
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A Western PR firm that once represented Burma's military junta is now helping billionaires counter the narrative that palm oil is dangerous.
French conspiracy theorist and kidnapping suspect arrested in Malaysia
Malaysian police have arrested French conspiracy theorist Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann, who was wanted over the kidnapping of a young girl in April.
Malaysian police search for man linked to kidnapping of French girl
France has issued an international arrest warrant for the suspect who allegedly helped organise eight-year-old Mia's abduction on April 13.
Malaysia says no one else involved in French-Irish teen's death
The 15-year-old's parents insist their daughter could not have been alone because of her mental and physical disabilities. They maintain she was kidnapped from the cottage.
This Malaysian mill is still making coffee the old-fashioned way
The Antong coffee mill has been using antique machines and traditional bean-roasting methods to produce its famed caffeine-laden powder for 87 years
MH17 suspect asks to address court in person as he denies involvement
A Russian suspect in the downing of flight MH17 has asked to be allowed to give his version of events in court, denying any involvement as the trial resumed in the Netherlands.
Former Malaysian PM found guilty in corruption trial
Najib Razak was found guilty on Tuesday in a corruption trial over the looting of the 1MDB investment fund.
Thaipusam — a colourful Hindu festival in Malaysia
Crowds trekked for hours to reach the the Batu Caves complex before the final arduous climb up 272 steps to reach the temples.
Coronavirus: Malaysia arrests five for sharing misinformation online
Authorities say they will continue to intensify efforts to control the spread of fake news "to maintain public peace and order".
Malaysia returns waste to Europe: 'we're not world's rubbish dump'
Shipments of unwanted rubbish have been rerouted since China banned the import of plastic waste in 2018, but Malaysia and others are fighting back.
Putrajaya light festival celebrates Malaysian diversity
On New Year’s Eve, Putrajaya Square will be lit up with live and digital firework displays.
Cyprus to strip 26 people of 'golden passports'
The small Mediterranean island has had a citizenship for investment scheme since 2013 allowing wealthy non-European individuals to get a foothold in the European Union for a minimum of €2.15 million.
Burnt forests and consequences of the smoke
Indonesia and neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia are regularly hit by smoky haze from slash-and-burn clearances of forests for timber and palm oil plantations.
Malaysia fights back to ‘protect the reputation’ of palm oil
The biggest supermarket in Malaysia stops selling anti-palm products following a national offensive to preserve the country’s key export.
Elephants saved after getting stuck in muddy pond
Five elephants were rescued this week after getting trapped in a large muddy hole in Malaysia. Local media reported that the elephants were found stuck on August 20. in an abandoned illegal mining pool, located in Pahang's forest reserve, about 200 kilometres east of capital Kuala Lumpur.
Nora Quoirin: Autopsy reveals teen likely died from hunger and stress
The post-mortem has so far found no evidence of kidnapping or sexual assault, Malaysian police said on Thursday.
Nora Quoirin: France opens criminal probe into teenager's death
The Paris prosecutor's office has opened a criminal investigation into the death of an Irish-French teenager found dead in a Malaysian jungle, a spokeswoman told Reuters on Wednesday.
Body found in Malaysia confirmed as missing teenager Nora Quoirin
The Lucie Blackman Trust confirmed "with great sadness that the body found today is that of missing teenager Nora Quoirin."
Nora Quoirin: Malaysia police concerned over welfare of missing teen
The parents of a missing teenager who went missing from a Malaysian resort are convinced their daughter was abducted.
Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020 launches with the support of the whole country
A festive red hibiscus, a wild green fern, and a brilliant blue rhinoceros hornbill will be welcoming visitors to Malaysia over the next 18 months - the Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020 campaign has now been launched.
César Pelli dies aged 92
César Pelli, known as the architect who designed some of the world's best-known buildings, has died aged 92.
Malaysia to send European and US plastic waste back
Some 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste has been dumped in Malaysia under the pretext of recycling
Making a splash at Malaysia's mermaid school
Wearing tails made of plastic fins covered by shimmering fabric, five women glided through a pool at a Malaysian centre that teaches people how to swim like mermaids.