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  2. The Star (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    The Star (Malaysia) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Star ( MYX: 6084) is an English-language newspaper in Malaysia. Based in Petaling Jaya, it was established in 1971 as a regional newspaper in Penang. It is the largest paid English newspaper in terms of circulation in Malaysia, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

  3. Malaysian Today - Wikipedia

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    Malaysian Today started out as an English tabloid in Sarawak which was founded in 2001 but ceased publication in December 2004. On 1 March 2005, the newspaper was revived as a sports biweekly in Peninsular Malaysia. It was headed by Jessie Soon, the daughter of Sarawak politician S'ng Chee Hua.

  4. Free Malaysia Today - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .freemalaysiatoday .com. Free Malaysia Today ( FMT) is an independent, bilingual news online portal with content, in both English and Bahasa Malaysia (Malay), with a focus on Malaysian current affairs, published since 2009. [1] [2] It is one of Malaysia 's most accessed news sites with monthly visits of 11.83 million.

  5. 2021–2022 Malaysian floods - Wikipedia

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    On 16 December 2021, a tropical depression made landfall on the eastern coast of Peninsular Malaysia, bringing torrential downpours throughout the peninsula for three days. The resulting floods affected eight states across the peninsula, and left at least 54 dead and 2 missing.

  6. Maleisië Nieuws - Wikipedia

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    Maleisië Nieuws is a news aggregator that collects and distributes Dutch news articles on Malaysia. The site is maintained from the city of Seri Kembangan near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia . Overview and history Part of Maleisie.be, originally formed in 2001, Maleisië Nieuws has been active since 2007.

  7. 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)

  8. The Malaysian Insider - Wikipedia

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    (January 2022) The Malaysian Insider (also known as TMI, The Insider, or Malay Ins Ins) was a Malaysian bilingual news site. During its peak, it ranked consistently as one of the country's 100 most popular websites. In June 2009, Alexa ranked it as Malaysia's 57th most popular website. [1]

  9. Malay Mail - Wikipedia

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    The Malay Mail is a newspaper in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, first published on 1 December 1896 when Kuala Lumpur was the capital of the then new Federated Malay States, making it the first daily newspaper to appear in the FMS. It started off as a free lunchtime paper with 100,000 copies circulated around the Klang Valley.