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MH370: Preliminary report likely to be released next week, says Najib

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will release a preliminary report on the disappearance of flight MH370, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.

Three, including infant, killed in car crash in Klang

KLANG: Three people, including a baby girl, died and four others were injured when two cars grazed each other and went out of control along the Jalan Haji Abdul Manan, here.

MH370 search: Recovery of black boxes inevitable, says expert who helped find Air France wreckage

PETALING JAYA: A leading shipwreck hunter believes the recovery of the black boxes from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is "inevitable."

MH370 search: New signal spurs search for black boxes

PERTH: The logging of a fifth signal spurred Friday's hunt for missing Malaysian airliner MH370 as search crew worked round-the-clock to find elusive wreckage in the southern Indian Ocean.

MH370 search: 15 planes, 14 ships resume quest

MELBOURNE: The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean has resumed with up to 15 planes and 14 ships, the Australian government's Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre (JACC) said.

MH370: Underwater search for black box begins

PERTH: The Australian Royal Navy and Britain's Royal Navy began the underwater search Friday for MH370, using a 'black box' pinger locator provided by the United States.

MH370 search: Asean defence ministers back Malaysia's efforts

HONOLULU: Asean defence ministers said Malaysia has done its level best in responding to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 and subsequent efforts to locate the missing plane.

MH370 search: 'Black box' ship due in search zone

PERTH: Australian navy vessel Ocean Shield, which is fitted with a US-supplied "black box" detector, was Friday expected in the area being scoured for wreckage of Flight MH370 as 14 planes continued the arduous search.

RM400bil is what it will cost Govt to take over tolls

KUALA LUMPUR: It will cost the Government more than RM400bil to take over all toll concessionaires in the country, Works Minister Datuk Fadillah Yusof told Parliament Wednesday.

We'll see on that day, says ministry of AirAsia's refusal to move to KLIA2 on May 9

KUALA LUMPUR: "I cannot comment first. We will see on that day," was all Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi would say in response to AirAsia and AirAsia X's decision to continue operating at the present Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in Sepang even after May 9.