Netflix to Explore the Mysterious Disappearance of Malaysian Flight 370 in New Doc
On Feb. 15, Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming documentary about missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370, which vanished in 2014—along with 239 people onboard—while traveling from Malaysia to China.
Death Toll Rises to 23 in Malaysia Landslide Disaster, 10 Still Missing
Rescuers in Malaysia have found the bodies of a mother and her son, raising the death toll from a landslide
Landslide at Malaysian Campsite Kills at Least 18
At least 18 people are dead and many others are missing after a landslide hit a campsite in Malaysia on Friday.
Landslide at Malaysia Campground Kills 21, Leaves 12 Missing
A thunderous crush of soil and debris has killed 21 people, including several children, at a campground in Malaysia. Rescuers are digging through the mud in the night for another 12 feared buried in the landslide. More than 90 people were sleeping on an organic farm when the dirt tumbled from a road about 30 meters above the site and...
More Countries Reopen to Travelers, Signaling a Big Shift in Pandemic Thinking
Countries with some of the strictest border policies in the world are announcing reopening plans days after global Covid infections reached an all-time high.
Malaysia Is Taking Steps to Control Rising Food Prices Amid Inflation, Says Minister
Malaysia’s inflation increased 3.2% in December 2021 from a year earlier mainly due to the rise in food and fuel prices, according to government data.
Out of 118 Countries, These Are the Top 5 for Road Trips in 2022
A new ranking analyzed 118 countries for road trip factors, such as sights, road quality, gas prices and landscapes. Here are the five that came out on top.
Shares of the World's Largest Medical Glove Maker Have Erased Most Covid Gains
Latest Refinitiv data showed 11 out of 23 analysts rated Malaysia-based Top Glove “sell” or “strong sell” — an increase from six such ratings a month ago.
Malaysia Not ‘as Concerned' About Capital Outflows as Fed Sets to Taper, Finance Minister Says
Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Aziz said Malaysia’s financial markets are “insulated” as the country has raised most of its debt locally.