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Saudi Arabia’s crown prince postponed his first trip to Malaysia – one day before he was due to arrive
The Crown Prince's trip to Malaysia would have been his first visit to the country since being appointed Saudi Arabia's crown prince in 2017.
Mahathir just accepted 7 Umno MPs into Bersatu, claims they’ve been ‘vetted’ and won’t get official positions
The news sparked an angry statement from Chang Lih Kang, vice president of PH component party PKR, who called the move "a sheer betrayal" of the peoples' desicion to "oust" Umno at the elections.
A Malaysian runner is asking for RM4 million to pay for the ‘high costs’ of her world tour – but netizens aren’t buying it
To scale 30 of the world's tallest towers by next year, she needs USD1 million (RM4.07 million), free flights, and free accommodation.
Economy minister Azmin Ali admitted the government could not afford hefty interest rates demanded by high-profile ‘Belt and Road’ project
Mahathir says Malaysia will consider laws to restrict imports of French products if Paris does not withdraw plans to curb the use of palm oil in biofuels.
A global anti-corruption fund mooted by Mahathir gets named after him – and Malaysia has donated RM500,000 to it
He proposed a global fund to protect the staff of anti-corruption agencies - and it ended up being named after him.
The world’s oldest and youngest government leaders just met – here’s what Mahathir and Austria’s Sebastian Kurz talked about
One's 93, the other is 32. Here's what they talked about.
Israeli athletes have been barred by Malaysia from attending the World Para Swimming Championships scheduled for the eastern state of Sarawak from July 29-Aug. 4.
Mahathir is the first Malaysian invited to speak at Oxford Union, whose past speakers include Einstein, Johnny Depp and Shakira
According to the society's website, Mahathir will speak on Friday (Jan 18) at 5pm UK time.
Malaysia to define what is considered an insult to royals and enact harsher punishments, after 3 arrested for comments about former King
The government has decided to enforce harsher punishments for those who make insulting comments about royals.