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Laotian authorities say body of Malaysian crash victim found

PETALING JAYA: Family members of Lao Airlines crash victim, Angelin Teh, have arrived in southern Laos to help identify the bodies of Teh and her husband Joel Babcock, a United States citizen.

Army clerk couple, daughter killed in Karak Highway crash (Updated)

BENTONG: An army clerk couple and their two-year-old daughter were killed in a horrific crash along the Kuala Lumpur-Karak highway early Wednesday.

MASwings chief: Twin Otter that crashed was airworthy

KOTA KINABALU: The Twin Otter airplane that crashed in Kudat on Thursday afternoon was fit to fly and in good condition, MASwings chairman Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said.

Three killed in express bus-trailer crash in Johor

KULAIJAYA: Three people died in a collision between an express bus and a trailer lorry at KM45.9 of the North-South Highway, near Sedenak about early Tuesday.

Singaporean woman hurt in Karak Expressway pile-up dies in hospital

KUALA LUMPUR: A Singaporean woman who was injured in the road accident involving four vehicles on the Karak Expressway on Wednesday, died at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital early Thursday.

Genting bus crash: Daunting task for rescuers

GENTING HIGHLANDS: Fire and Rescue Department personnel were faced with an enormous task when they rushed to the scene of a bus crash at Genting Highlands. The shattered bus lay some 60m in a ravine near the Chin Swee Cave temple and bodies were everywhere.

Genting bus crash: Bodies of victims sent to HKL (Updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: The bodies of victims of Wednesday's horrific bus crash in Genting are being brought to Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) for post mortem.

Genting bus crash: Road downhill closed for rescue operations

PETALING JAYA: The road heading downhill from the Chin Swee Caves Temple in Genting Highlands has been closed due to rescue operations over the Wednesday bus crash.

Malaysians on Twitter urge MPs to solve haze problem

PETALING JAYA: With the MPs being sworn in today, Malaysians on Twitter want their Yang Berhormat to address the most pressing issue at the moment – the haze shrouding some parts of the country.