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Malaysia expresses desire to be on all committees on MH17

Malaysia has informed the Netherlands government of its desire to sit on all committees to be set up to investigate every aspect of the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH17 tragedy, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said today.


Ukraine assures MH17 probe to go on despite resignation of PM

The Ukrainian government today gave the assurance that the investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in Ukraine would go on despite the resignation of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk last Thursday.


Date of Aidilfitri for whole country streamlined since 1983

At about 8 pm on the 29th day of every Ramadan, Muslims in the country will be glued to their television sets waiting for the announcement of the date for Aidilfitri.


Unhealthy air quality in Port Klang

The air quality in Port Klang was at an unhealthy level at noon today, raising to two the number of places with such air quality.


Economics expert suggests cost-effective team open house

The open house practice which has become very common during festivals among Malaysians can be a cost-effective affair for all communities, according to a local economics expert.


Bodies of Malaysian victims to arrive only next month: official

It may take up to two or three weeks more for the bodies of Malaysians killed in the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) plane crash in Ukraine to be brought to Malaysia, according to one of the Malaysian investigators of the crash.


IATA DG to attend high-level meet in Montreal

The International Air Transport Association's (IATA) director-general/chief executive officer Tony Tyler will attend a special high-level meeting on July 29, to discuss issues surrounding the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight, MH17.


Traffic out of city on all highways moving slowly

Traffic was reported to be moving slowly on all highways leading to the north, south and east coast as at 9 am.


CI to move between 1,860 and 1,880 next week

The FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) is likely to move between 1,860 and 1,880 points next week as the improving global economic conditions are unlikely to lift investor confidence.


Removal of heritage buildings follows procedures: Chow

The removal of buildings as old as 100 years in Jalan Macalister here last May followed procedures without the original structures affected, said Penang Local Government Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow.