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Malaysia Airlines outgoing CEO says Ryanair needs his help

Oct 18, 2017

Malaysia Airlines outgoing CEO Peter Bellew says he decided to return to Ryanair as a form of national service because the Irish budget airline needed his help

Malaysia Airlines plans to buy 35 more wide-bodied planes

Sep 27, 2017

Malaysia Airlines CEO Peter Bellew says the national carrier plans to buy 35 more wide-bodied planes over the next year as part of a fleet restructuring as it seeks to return to profitability by 2018

Malaysia police say beer festival axed due to security fears

Sep 21, 2017

Malaysian police say an annual beer festival has been axed due to information that militants were planning to sabotage the event

Vettel's recklessness plays straight into Hamilton's hands

Sep 17, 2017

Vettel's recklessness plays straight into Hamilton's hands at Singapore Grand Prix

Singapore PM's siblings say they hope to resolve family feud

Jul 6, 2017

The siblings of Singapore's prime minister have launched another public attack on their brother over social media _ but they say from now on, they're keeping the spat private

Singapore shuts airport terminal after fire; flights delayed

May 16, 2017

A fire at Singapore's Changi Airport has caused the closure of a terminal and lengthy delays as passengers and flights are moved

NKorea to host Malaysia in soccer after diplomatic dispute

May 8, 2017

North Korea has finally been approved to host a 2019 Asian Cup qualifying match against Malaysia following political tensions between the countries

Trump's planned reduction in refugees may hit Myanmar worst

Mar 16, 2017

An Associated Press analysis suggests that the people hurt most by President Donald Trump's planned deep cuts in refugee visas are from not any of the six Muslim countries listed in his travel ban, but Myanmar

Myanmar refugees may be hurt most by Trump resettlement cuts

Mar 16, 2017

An Associated Press analysis suggests that the people hurt most by President Donald Trump's planned deep cuts in refugee visas are from not any of the six Muslim countries listed in his travel ban, but Myanmar

Malaysia says only 315 North Koreans left in the country

Mar 12, 2017

Malaysia's deputy prime minister says 315 North Koreans are in the country and barred from leaving amid a dispute over the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half brother

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