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SEPANG (Bernama): The situation at the KL International Airport, which was beset with a systems breakdown, has improved Saturday (Aug 24) with the airport less crowded and queues manageable at the check-in counters.
SEPANG: Flight delays, long queues and frustrated travellers are scenes that continue to dominate the KL International Airport (KLIA), as staff members scramble to repair interruptions to its airport management system and assist passengers.
WITH the current global economic uncertainties and sluggish Malaysian property market, real estate investment trusts (REITS) have become a favoured option for many cautious investors to grow their income.
(Reuters) - Promoted Aston Villa earned their first Premier League points of the season with a 2-0 win over Everton thanks to goals from Wesley and Anwar El Ghazi at Villa Park on Friday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - One of English football's oldest clubs, Bury, faced with expulsion from the professional game due to their financial problems, may be saved after their owner said on Friday he had agreed to sell the club.
PARIS (Reuters) - The chief prosecutor in Paris has opened a preliminary inquiry to determine whether late U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein committed any sex crimes on French territory or against any underage French victims, prosecutor Remy Heitz's office said on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Customers who have purchased travel insurance or takaful products from Etiqa will be able to claim compensation if their flight was delayed for more than the stipulated number of hours in their policy contract.
SEPANG (Bernama): Malaysia Airports has identified network failure as the cause of the disruption at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Billionaire industrialist David Koch, a driving force behind conglomerate Koch Industries who as one of the world's richest people became a major financier of conservative causes and political candidates, has died at age 79, his brother said on Friday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday ordered a like-for-like response to a recent U.S. missile test, which he said showed that Washington aimed to deploy previously banned missiles around the world.