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Lynas evaluation committee exploring instruments to send waste to Australia

KUALA LUMPUR: The task force tracking the radioactive output of the Lynas Advanced Material Plant is identifying international instruments for the process of sending water leached purification residue (WLP) back to Australia, the Dewan Rakyat was told today. Energy, Science,

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US: M’sia, S’pore should be aware of Iran’s tactics to evade oil sanctions

SINGAPORE: The United States is keen to see that Malaysia, Singapore and others are fully aware of illicit Iranian oil shipments and the tactics Iran uses to evade sanctions, a top US sanctions official said on Friday. Sigal Mandelker, under-secretary of

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PM Mahathir: LIMA triggers Malaysia to keep up with growing defence industry

LANGKAWI: The introduction of Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) in 1991 has helped to trigger Malaysia keep up with the catalytic and rapidly growing defence industry, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. The Prime Minister, when launching LIMA ‘19

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Pakistan sends subtle messages to India

ISLAMABAD — The annual Pakistan Day military parade in Islamabad, held on a rainy March 23, showcased the country’s military arsenal in a big way to allies, while sending clear but distinct messages to India and the United States. The

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Najib’s supporters and students probed

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are probing the confrontation between supporters of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak and university students under Section 160 of the Penal Code for committing affray. The section outlines punishment for committing an affray, which

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IMU student Kiren Raj formally apologises for sexist and insensitive remarks

PETALING JAYA: International Medical University (IMU) student Kiren Raj has publicly apologised for his comments on a social media page on the death of local actress and singer Emily Kong. In his letter that he read out, Kiren said he

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Double silver for Malaysia at Abu Dhabi Special Olympics

ABU DHABI: The Malaysian contingent to the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019 bagged two silver medals on the third day of the competitions on Sunday through athletics and bowling. Muhammad Naiim Rosli, 20, clinched the men’s singles bowling

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Pasir Gudang: Students sad they couldn’t take SPM results at school

PASIR GUDANG: Students receiving their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results at the Pasir Gudang district education office here were disappointed that they could not visit their school one last time as it was shut down due to chemical pollution. Students from

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Pakatan names Fuziah Salleh as chairman for Pahang

KUANTAN, March 13 — Pahang PKR chairman Fuziah Salleh has been appointed the state’s Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman, effective today. In a statement today, PH Secretariat Head Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said the appointment of the Kuantan MP was to replace

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Second wave of chemical pollution pushes number of victims to 207

JOHOR BAHRU, March 11: The number of victims in the dumping of toxic waste into Sungai Kim Kim last Thursday has risen dramatically to 207 people as at 11 pm last night following the second wave of attack which took

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