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VOA: Malaysia Revives Plans to End Mandatory Death Sentences

Rights groups say they welcome the Malaysian government’s announcement to end mandatory death sentencing but question whether lawmakers will follow through, having...

BBC: Teh tarik: Malaysia’s frothy ‘national drink’

Mixing Indian, Chinese and British influences, teh tarik embodies Malaysia in a glass and has long helped bring the diverse nation together.

AP: Primate monkeys around with student’s phone, takes selfies

A Malaysian student whose cellphone was stolen while he was sleeping has tracked down the culprit: a monkey who took photo...

VOA: Pandemic Leads to Increasing Numbers of Abandoned Pets in Malaysia

Laying on her back with legs curled, Snowy, a one-year-old white mixed-breed dog, enjoys a nice rub down. Sisters Santhia and Kaushalya...

CNN: Every Sumatran rhino has died in Malaysia. Scientists want to bring them back with cloning technology

Iman, the last Sumatran rhino in Malaysia, died last November -- bringing the endangered species one step closer to extinction.
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