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Palmolein import curbs: 'Can we just renegotiate?' asks Malaysian lawmaker keen to mend ties with India on edible oil
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Palmolein import curbs: 'Can we just renegotiate?' asks Malaysian lawmaker keen to mend ties with India on edible oil

India is the world's biggest palm oil importer but its purchases from Malaysia, the second-biggest palm exporter behind Indonesia

Mike Pompeo to visit India as part of trip to Indo-Pacific starting 24 June; will focus on China's rising influence in region
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Mike Pompeo to visit India as part of trip to Indo-Pacific starting 24 June; will focus on China's rising influence in region

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said that his visit to New Delhi in June will be focused on advancing the the "incredibly important" ties with India which is a significant part of president Donald Trump's strategy in the strategic Indo-Pacific region.

Donald Trump's Jerusalem announcement faces further backlash: Russia, Canada, Pakistan condemn US decision
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Donald Trump's Jerusalem announcement faces further backlash: Russia, Canada, Pakistan condemn US decision

Donald Trump's Jerusalem announcement also prompted an almost universal diplomatic backlash, including warnings from Britain, France, UN and EU.

Kim Jong-nam murder trial visits high-security Malaysian lab to view tainted clothes
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Kim Jong-nam murder trial visits high-security Malaysian lab to view tainted clothes

The trial of two women accused of murdering the North Korean leader's half-brother moved to a high-security Malaysian laboratory to view clothing worn by the defendants and contaminated by a nerve agent.

Viktor Axelsen, Carolina Marin win singles titles at Japan Open Superseries
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Viktor Axelsen, Carolina Marin win singles titles at Japan Open Superseries

Catch some of the crucial moments from the final day of the Japan Open Superseries, where Viktor Axelsen and Carolina Marin claimed singles titles

Japan Open Superseries: Viktor Axelsen downs Lee Chong Wei for maiden gold, Carolina Marin wins title
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Japan Open Superseries: Viktor Axelsen downs Lee Chong Wei for maiden gold, Carolina Marin wins title

World champion Viktor Axelsen of Denmark beat Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei on Sunday to clinch his first Japan Open title.

Indonesia, Australia host counter-terrorism meeting to address rising threat of Islamic militancy
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Indonesia, Australia host counter-terrorism meeting to address rising threat of Islamic militancy

Indonesia and Australia co- hosted a counter-terrorism meeting on Friday to address the rising threat of foreign fighters

Malaysian border security foils bid to smuggle exotic pets into the country from Thailand
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Malaysian border security foils bid to smuggle exotic pets into the country from Thailand

Malaysia has foiled an attempt to smuggle dozens of bearded dragon lizards and tortoises into the country from neighboring Thailand to be sold as pets.

Malaysia Superseries Premier: Lee Chong Wei shrugs off retirement plans, says he still has 'fire' to play
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Malaysia Superseries Premier: Lee Chong Wei shrugs off retirement plans, says he still has 'fire' to play

After a phenomenal start the year, Malaysia's ageing badminton icon Lee Chong Wei said Monday he still has plenty of firepower as he aims for the elusive World Championship title in August.

Kim Jong-nam assasination: Interpol warrant issued for four North Koreans, says Malaysia police chief
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Kim Jong-nam assasination: Interpol warrant issued for four North Koreans, says Malaysia police chief

Kuala Lumpur: Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for four North Koreans wanted by Malaysian investigators in connection with the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, the country's police chief said on Thursday.

Kim Jong-Nam suffered 'painful death within 20 minutes of attack': Malaysia
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Kim Jong-Nam suffered 'painful death within 20 minutes of attack': Malaysia

Kim Jong-Nam was dead within 20 minutes of being attacked and would have suffered a "very painful death" as his major organs shut down, Malaysia's health minister said on Sunday

Kim Jong-Nam assassination: South Korea blasts news of leader's murder over loudspeakers to North Korea
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Kim Jong-Nam assassination: South Korea blasts news of leader's murder over loudspeakers to North Korea

South Korea is using giant loudspeakers to blast news of the dramatic assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's half-brother across the border

Kim Jong-Nam assassination: All you need to know about the death of brother of North Korea leader
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Kim Jong-Nam assassination: All you need to know about the death of brother of North Korea leader

In a recent development, North Korea denied on Thursday that its agents masterminded the assassination of the half-brother of leader Kim Jong-un, saying a Malaysian investigation into the death of one of its nationals is full of "holes and contradictions."

Kim Jong-nam assassination: Cops arrest female suspect
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Kim Jong-nam assassination: Cops arrest female suspect

Kuala Lumpur: A female suspect has been arrested in Malaysia in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother.

Kim Jong-nam assassination: Police investigates death of North Korea leader's brother
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Kim Jong-nam assassination: Police investigates death of North Korea leader's brother

Police were checking surveillance tapes Wednesday for clues about who may have assassinated the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at an airport in Kuala Lumpur, a senior official said.

 India, Asean should emulate EU by forging road, rail link
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India, Asean should emulate EU by forging road, rail link

Myanmar and Thailand are cooperating very well with India in making the India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway operational by 2016.

FTA pact raises India's imports from Japan, Malaysia
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FTA pact raises India's imports from Japan, Malaysia

India has implemented CECA with Malaysia in July 2011, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry D Purandeswari said in a written reply to Lok Sabha.<br /><br />

Malaysia's ruling coalition extends 56-year rule with election win
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Malaysia's ruling coalition extends 56-year rule with election win

Malaysia's long-governing coalition won national elections with a weakened majority to extend its unbroken, 56-year rule, fending off the strongest opposition it has ever faced but exposing vulnerabilities in the process.