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Anwar Ibrahim: from protest leader and prisoner to Malaysia’s PM

The Observer 24 Nov 2022
Anwar’s political career began with Malaysia’s Islamic youth movement, Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) ... Photos of Anwar with a black eye, inflicted in prison by Malaysia’s then police chief, were published in newspapers around the world, turning him into a symbol for a struggle that adopted the battle cry of “reformasi”, or reforms.
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Malaysia's new PM Anwar: from prison to power, a dream fulfilled

Urdu Point 24 Nov 2022
He was named prime minister by Malaysia's king ... Photos of Anwar with a black eye, inflicted in prison by Malaysia's then-police chief, were published in newspapers around the world, turning him into a symbol for a struggle that adopted the battle cry of "Reformasi!", or reforms.
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Malaysia's new PM Anwar's journey from prison to powerSome observers say Anwar had been too ...

Deccan Herald 24 Nov 2022
Photos of Anwar with a black eye, inflicted in prison by Malaysia's then-police chief, were published in newspapers around the world, turning him into a symbol for a struggle that adopted the battle cry of "Reformasi!", or reforms ... Malaysia.
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Time running out as Malaysia's Anwar fights for top job

Urdu Point 17 Nov 2022
... the University of Nottingham Malaysia told AFP ... Photos of Anwar with a black eye, inflicted in prison by Malaysia's then police chief, were published in newspapers around the world, turning him into a symbol for a struggle that adopted the battle cry of "Reformasi!", or reforms.
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Time running out as Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar fights for top job

Arab News 17 Nov 2022
Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s perennial opposition ... Photos of Anwar with a black eye, inflicted in prison by Malaysia’s then police chief, were published in newspapers around the world, turning him into a symbol for a struggle that adopted the battle cry of “Reformasi!,” or reforms.
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Thailand Open for Business as Tourism Sector Continues Rebound

Voa News 11 Nov 2022
Since its borders reopened, GDP has risen by 2.4% year on year in the first half of 2022, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said, citing a report by the National Economic and Social Development Council, The Nation newspaper reported. Malaysia-based analyst Gary Bowerman ...
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30 rescued after being trapped in cave in Malaysia

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 27 Oct 2022
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — About 30 members of a film ... Perak police chief Mohamad Yusri Hassan Basri was quoted by the Utusan Malaysia newspaper as saying that the people were trapped when water level near the cave’s exit rose to about 1.5 meters (5 feet) due to heavy rains.
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Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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30 People Rescued After Being Trapped in Malaysian Cave

The Epoch Times 27 Oct 2022
Perak police chief Mohamad Yusri Hassan Basri was quoted by the Utusan Malaysia newspaper as saying that the people were trapped when ...
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Thirty people rescued after being trapped in Malaysian cave

The Manila Times 27 Oct 2022
Perak police chief Mohamad Yusri Hassan Basri was quoted by the Utusan Malaysia newspaper as saying the people were trapped when the water level near the cave's exit rose to about 1.5 meters (5 feet) due to heavy rains ... limestone cave in peninsular Malaysia.
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30-member film crew rescued after being trapped in Malaysian cave

New York Post 26 Oct 2022
A film crew became trapped inside a limestone cave while shooting in northern Malaysia during heavy rain Wednesday, police said ... authorities, the New Straits Times newspaper ... A 30-person film crew of a got trapped while shooting in Tempurung Cave in Malaysia.AP.
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Abduction of Palestinians: Police probe if foreign spy agency involved

Malaysian National News Agency 19 Oct 2022
... a claim as reported by a newspaper yesterday that a foreign intelligence agency, Mossad, was involved in the kidnapping of Palestinians in Malaysia.
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NIA carries out raids in 3 states to probe nexus between terrorists, gangsters, drug smugglers

The Wire Network 18 Oct 2022
Many gang leaders and members, who fled from India, are operating from foreign countries, including Pakistan, Canada, Malaysia and Australia, the officials said. KV Network. Kashmir Vision cover all daily updates for the newspaper. Share this.. Related ... Kashmir Vision cover all daily updates for the newspaper ....
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Mossad to blame for Malaysia kidnap of Palestinian: report

The New Arab 18 Oct 2022
The "traumatised Palestinians" are no longer in Malaysia, the New Straits Times reported. Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post said the Israeli military in May 2021 "announced that its policy was to target Hamas activists anywhere". Palestinian engineer Fady Al-Batsh, who was a Hamas activist, was killed in Malaysia in 2018.
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Najib has cold showers, a fan in cell, served food like other prisoners

The Jakarta Post 11 Sep 2022
... Kajang Prison, but is otherwise treated like other prisoners, Utusan Malaysia newspaper reported on Thursday citing two sources.
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Turkiye, Malaysia Eye Oil Exploration Cooperation

MENA FN 08 Sep 2022
(MENAFN - AzerNews) By Nur Banu Aras Turkiye and Malaysia are planning to cooperate in the oil exploration sector, Yeni Shafak newspaper reports, citing Fatih Donmez, Energy and Natural Resources ... .

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