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    DIVERSECITY 2016 – Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival

    The Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival – also known as DiverseCity – first exploded onto the regional cultural scene in September 2015. Held for 5 weeks every year across multiple venues in Kuala Lumpur and greater KL, the ambitious program of performing and visual arts in each year of DiverseCity will showcase the complex, rich and nuanced diversity of Malaysia and explore our close ties and deep relationship with ASEAN. This community-driven initiative would not have been possible without the support of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur and City Hall....
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    Malaysia’s Petronas Posts 96% Profit Drop on Lower Oil Price

    Petroliam Nasional Bhd., Malaysia’s state oil company, said profit dropped 96 percent last quarter after it was hit by oil prices that remained sharply lower than a year earlier. Net income fell to 348 million ringgit ($86 million) in the three months through June, from 9.1 billion ringgit a year ago, the company said Monday. Revenue slid 21 percent to 48.4 billion ringgit. “The first half of 2016 remained difficult for Petronas,” Chief Executive Officer Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin told reporters in Kuala Lumpur. “The continuous volatility of oil prices means that we cannot let up, but instead continue...
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    Waterbomber ready for Sumatra mission

    As the haze continued to worsen air quality in the  Klang Valley, the government said yesterday it was prepared to deploy its firefighting aerial waterbomber to assist Indonesian authorities tackle forest fires there. “We are prepared to send our Bombardier aircraft to Sumatra to help put out the forest fires that have been responsible for the cross-border haze,” Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim said. He said the National Security Council was in the state of full preparedness to assist in the operation. “We did the same last year. This year, we are just waiting...
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