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· List 4/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic →
Asian Football Confederation Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on April 16 postponed.
· List 2/4 of sports events affected by coronavirus pandemic →
Men’s Cricket World Cup Challenge League A between Canada, Denmark, Malaysia, Qatar, Singapore and Vanuatu in Malaysia from March 16-26 postponed.
· List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic →
Diving Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from June 5-7 postponed.
· Pakistan PM Khan says mediation prevented Saudi-Iran escalation →
Asked about his absence from a Muslim summit held in Malaysia last year, Khan said he decided to not attend the meeting in order to preserve unity among Muslims, insisting that Islamabad viewed both Ankara and Riyadh - which boycotted the event - as reliable partners in several fields.
· Liam Fox is the latest in a long line of victims duped by Russia's GRU →
They even went to Malaysia, hacking into the local police force following the shooting down in 2014 of Malaysian Airlines MH17 over eastern Ukraine.
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· Chinatown Is Coming Back, One Noodle at a Time →
Jean Lim, a young entrepreneur who moved to New York from Malaysia, signed the lease on her narrow bakery in February.
· Tok Mat urges govt to focus on rural economy in light of Covid-19 economic impact →
The Umno veteran pointed out that Malaysia’s rural community is facing a lot of financial pressure as a result of the low demand for commodity products — which is the bread and butter for that outside of urban areas.
· Ministry of Transport: Rm20.37b paid for ECRL project as at July 13 →
The ECRL project, estimated to cost RM44 billion, is owned by Malaysia Rail Link Sdn Bhd (MRL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Minister of Finance Incorporated.
· CBD Melbourne: Liaw signs up for government culinary mission →
The money will go towards the production of a program provisionally titled Adam Liaw’s Heritage Kitchen, which will promote “Australia’s finest produce in cooking Malaysian dishes, showcase Australia’s scenic regions to promote tourism destinations, and feature personal stories of Australian producers/farmers to support the cultural connection between Australia and Malaysia”.
· AirAsia to resume Malaysia-Singapore flights following the Reciprocal Green Lane decision →
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 3 — AirAsia is gearing up for the resumption of flights between Malaysia and Singapore, including the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route that is touted to be the world’s busiest, following the decision to implement the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL).