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Malaysia a prestigious and growing market in the defence sector - Poland's WBE Technologies

Malaysia has always been seen as a persistently growing, prestigious, reliable, and – at the same time – a technologically demanding and challenging market in the defence sector, said Poland's WBE Technologies Sdn Bhd Regional Director Piotr Jozef Szymczak.

Hurricane Dorian heads to US east coast after devastating Bahamas

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 -- Hurricane Dorian which has devastated the island of Bahamas, leaving at least 20 dead as it unleashed its fury of wind and rain there, is now headed to the east coast of US.

Hurricane death toll rises to 20 in Bahamas

MEXICO CITY, Sept 5 (Bernama) -- The death toll from Hurricane Dorian in Bahamas has mounted to at least 20, Xinhua news agency reported, quoting Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis on Wednesday.

Malaysia considering Russian offers on new MiGs - Prime Minister

VLADIVOSTOK, Sept 5 (Bernama) -- Malaysia is wary of spending too much money on replacing old Russian Su and MiG fighter planes with newer models, but it has been looking into possibly getting new aircraft from Russia, the country’s Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad told Sputnik news agency in an interview.

Malaysia not threatened by Chinese, US military presence in region - Prime Minister

VLADIVOSTOK, Sept 5 (Bernama) -- Malaysia does not feel threatened by the US plans to deploy missiles in the Asia-Pacific region or by Chinese warships there, but it is worried about potential accidents, the country’s prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, told Sputnik news agency in an interview.

Malaysia keen in Russia's space tech - Report

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 (Bernama) -- Malaysia has shown a keen interest in having access to Russian technologies, including in the space industry, reported Moscow-based news agency, Sputnik. 

Malaysian Prime Minister says cannot exclude discussing MH17 crash with Putin

VLADIVOSTOK (Russia), Sept 5 -- Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he could not exclude discussing the MH17 crash with Russian President Vladimir Putin at their meeting later on Thursday, reported Sputnik news agency.