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Residents flee worst Malaysian floods in decades 
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
Malaysia's worst flooding in decades forced more than 105,000 people to flee as Prime Minister Najib Razak came under fire after photos showed him golfing with US President Barack Obama during the storms.     Add Comment

Malaysia Evacuates Over 120,000 in Flood-Hit Areas, Bernama Says 
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
Malaysia has evacuated 120,341 people from floods that have hit seven states, according to a report by state news agency Bernama. The northeastern state of Kelantan had the highest number of evacuees,     Add Comment

China, Vietnam agree to properly settle maritime disputes 
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
Yu Zhengsheng (L), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political     Add Comment

Top political advisor meets General Secretary of Communist Party of Vietnam Central  
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
Yu Zhengsheng (L), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political     Add Comment

Top political advisor holds talks with political bureau member of Communist Party  
People.com.cn - 20 Hours ago
Yu Zhengsheng, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political     Add Comment

Oregon mother calls daughter's East Timor release 'Christmas present' 
Reuters - 21 Hours ago
(Reuters) - The mother of an Oregon woman newly freed from two months of imprisonment in East Timor said on Friday that news of her daughter's release was a "fantastic Christmas present," but it remained     Add Comment

Thailand, Sri Lanka remember 2004 tsunami victims 
NHK - 22 Hours ago
Asia Dec. 26, 2014 - Updated 21:25 UTC People in Thailand and Sri Lanka have remembered the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami 10 years ago. The disaster occurred on December 26th, 2004, leaving     Add Comment

PHOTOS: Thailand Commemorates The 10-Year Anniversary Of The Boxing Day Tsunami 
Business Insider Australia - 23 Hours ago
Yesterday marked the 10-year anniversary of the Indian Ocean tsunami that hit Thailand on Boxing Day in 2004. 230,000 people, from fourteen countries, died in the disaster which inundating coastal     Add Comment

Japan seeks to introduce famedbullet train network in Malaysia 
TheStar.com.my - 20 Hours ago
TOKYO: A hum whirrs in the air as the bullet train weaves into the station, arriving after a 91-minute journey from Sendai, 350km away. Like clockwork, hundreds of people step off as station crew ready     Add Comment

Bangkok Bank targets SME growth 
Bangkok Post - 21 Hours ago
Bangkok Bank (BBL) will focus on extending more loans to small businesses next year to tap growth opportunities from stronger demand amid an improved economic outlook.  Targets include start-up companies,     Add Comment

Survivors on Thai coast mourn their loved ones 
Xinhua News Agency - 20 Hours ago
??JavaScript JavaScript ???? BEIJING, Dec. 27 (Xinhuanet) -- Survivors in Tsunami-hit areas on the coast of Thailand recall the memories of the disaster and mourn their lost loved ones. Our correspondent     Add Comment

Puad: I didn’t sign letter to back Anwar as PM 
TheStar.com.my - 21 Hours ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Umno supreme council member Datuk Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi told the High Court here that he did not sign a “consent letter” in 2008 to support Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as the prime minister.     Add Comment

Development of Pyrosequencing Method for Detection of UGT1A1 Polymorphisms in Thai  
Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis - 21 Hours ago
Background UGT1A1 is a polymorphic enzyme that has been associated with irinotecan drug metabolisms. We developed a pyrosequencing method to detect allele frequency and genotype of UGT1A1 polymorphisms     Add Comment

City Hall departments managing Kuala Lumpur 
TheStar.com.my - 21 Hours ago
THERE are four sectors, with 21 departments and three units, with a workforce comprising about 10,000 people. Here are brief descriptions of the departments that have not been featured, but nevertheless     Add Comment

FT and S’gor Christmas celebrations draw Malaysians of all races 
TheStar.com.my - 21 Hours ago
Thousands of people thronged Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) Square for the Federal Territory Christmas Open House on Christmas Day. The event started off with prayers for the safety of the flood victims     Add Comment

Embracing Mother Nature Couple choose Malaysia for its green environment 
TheStar.com.my - 21 Hours ago
STEP into the abode of Peter Anton and Marie-France Garon, and you’ll immediately see a gorgeous large photograph of a lily pad with a little green frog sitting still at its centre. Look further and     Add Comment

Software company makes Malaysian debut 
TheStar.com.my - 22 Hours ago
Software firm MTT Solutions Sdn Bhd marked a doubly significant day recently. On top of celebrating its official opening, the company also formally introduced its key product – the web-based marketing     Add Comment

Help on the way for stranded animals 
TheStar.com.my - 22 Hours ago
PETALING JAYA: Non-human victims of the ravaging floods in the country have not been forgotten. Many animal lovers have formed groups to help save cats, dogs and other animals stranded in flood water,
Malaysia floods: Help on the way for stranded animals Asiaone
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Residents have only drain water to clean homes 
TheStar.com.my - 22 Hours ago
SUNGAI SIPUT: There is water everywhere but villagers returning home from the evacuation centres to clean up their houses have only drain water to rely on. “There is no water supply as it, along with
Malaysia floods: Residents have only drain water to clean homes Asiaone
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National Xmas open house cancelled 
TheStar.com.my - 22 Hours ago
PETALING JAYA: In the wake of the deteriorating flood situation in the country, all celebrations organised by the Government and the respective states have been cancelled. The latest to be cancelled
Malaysia cancels all govt celebrations due to floods Asiaone
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