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KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd said on Tuesday it has taken legal action against KPMG after the auditor raised issues with some of the company's contracts and transactions. KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd will take legal action against its auditor KPMG for negligence and breach of contract, its chairman Mohamed Ilyas Pakeer Mohamed said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Marine biologists are investigating a mystery skin disease afflicting whitetip reef sharks in Malaysia, with some early reports suggesting rising sea temperatures could be to blame.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan will visit Brunei Darussalam on Monday, after which he will go to Malaysia and Indonesia, the foreign affairs ministry said.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - A summit of Southeast Asian states held on Tuesday to discuss the coup in Myanmar failed to find a breakthrough to get the nation back on the path to democracy after last month's military takeover, sources with knowledge of the meeting said.
KUANTAN (Reuters): Some skin, eggs and tissue samples are all that remain of Malaysia's last rhino, Iman, who died last November after years of failed breeding attempts.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - The chief of Malaysian energy giant Petronas quit this month after disagreement with the prime minister over giving more oil money to one of the country's states run by a government ally, sources close to the government and the company said.
DHAKA (Reuters) - The Bangladesh navy has rescued around 280 Rohingya Muslims from the Bay of Bengal, towing their stranded boat to an island where they will be quarantined as a precaution against the coronavirus, coast guard and naval officials said on Friday.
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh/BANGKOK (Reuters) - Rohingya refugee Shahab Uddin thought the wooden trawler he boarded in February would be his ticket out of a camp in Bangladesh to a better life in Malaysia.
MANILA (Reuters) - Strict lockdowns, school closures and curbs on commerce are giving Asia's congested capitals rare respite from transport mayhem, as the global fight to contain the coronavirus creates a free-flow of traffic not seen in years.
MANILA/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Southeast Asian countries considered more emergency powers on Monday to tackle the threat of the coronavirus as the biggest daily jump in cases in Malaysia took the number of infections in the region above 4,000.