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  2. Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    Malaysia (/ m ə ˈ l eɪ z i ə,-ʒ ə / mə-LAY-zee-ə, -⁠zhə; Malay: ) is a country in Southeast Asia. The federal constitutional monarchy consists of thirteen states and three federal territories, separated by the South China Sea into two regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo's East Malaysia.

  3. Caning in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    2019: An 11-year-old student and more than half of her class from a Puchong school were each given one stroke of the cane on their palms and given lines for not doing or bringing their homework. Domestic caning. Corporal punishment of children with a rattan cane by their parents is lawful and culturally accepted in Malaysia.

  4. List of newspapers in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    The Star – Owned by Malaysian Chinese Association Malaysia's largest and number one nationwide English-language tabloid newspaper; The Sun – Malaysia's free nationwide English-language tabloid newspaper; Malay. Berita Harian – Malaysia's nationwide Malaysia-language tabloid newspaper; Harakah – owned by Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS)

  5. 2019 Kim Kim River toxic pollution - Wikipedia

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    The 2019 Kim Kim River toxic pollution is a water pollution incident that occurred on 7 March 2019 caused by illegal chemical waste dumping at the Kim Kim River in Pasir Gudang of Johor in Malaysia. The illegal dumping released toxic fumes, affecting 6,000 people and hospitalising 2,775.

  6. LGBT rights in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    In April 2019, Malaysian authorities were accused for intimidating gay rights activist Numan Afifi by questioning him in the police station about a speech he made in the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHCR) in Geneva in March 2019. The speech pointed out that Malaysia rejected the recommendations of a coalition of twelve Malaysian LGBT ...

  7. List of television stations in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    Television broadcasting in Malaysia is provided by the federal government and respective private broadcasting companies. The government is committed to provide digital television to every Malaysian's household by end-2015 under DTTV (Digital Terrestrial Television) Project which is a part of national agenda by Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (KKMM) and managed by Malaysian ...

  8. Malaysia–Singapore relations - Wikipedia

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    On 8 January 2019, following a meeting, the foreign ministers of both countries, Singapore's Vivian Balakrishnan and Malaysia's Saifuddin Abdullah, announced that the implementation of the ILS by Seletar Airport and the permanent restricted airspace by Malaysia would be suspended, and that a working group would be set up to study and discuss ...

  9. Malaysia Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Malaysia Airlines has a freighter fleet operated by sister company MASkargo, which manages freighter flights and aircraft cargo-hold capacity for all Malaysia Airlines' passenger flights. Malaysia Airlines traces its history to Malayan Airways Limited, which was founded in Singapore in the 1930s and flew its first commercial flight in 1947.