Malaysia needs proactive, not reactive policies: Najib - The Sun Daily

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economy is now in need of a structural change and therefore national policies should not be reactive but proactive, said Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix). The Prime Minister said that for Malaysia to remain competitive, ...

Malaysian UN workers leave North Korea - NEWS.com.au

TWO Malaysian employees of the UN's World Food Program who were stranded in North Korea because of a travel ban have left the country, the UN said overnight. Nine other Malaysians are believed to still be stuck there after the two countries' diplomatic ...

Malaysia braces for possible North Korean cyberattacks - Nikkei Asian Review

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia has beefed up security on all fronts including cyberspace after diplomatic relations with North Korea deteriorated in the aftermath of the assassination last month of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of leader Kim Jong Un.

North Korea lets two Malaysian officials leave via China - Nikkei Asian Review

KUALA LUMPUR -- Two Malaysians thought to have been caught in a travel ban imposed by North Korea on Tuesday arrived in Beijing on Thursday, according to the United Nations World Food Program. The man and woman worked for the WFP at the ...

Two Malaysians leave North Korea, talks on to lift travel ban - Reuters

The North Korea flag flutters next to concertina wire at the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su. 1/5. left. right. A journalist holds up a newspaper showing a photo of a man who claims to be the son of Kim ...

North Korea Lets 2 Malaysians Leave Country - New York Times

The North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, the capital, this week. The countries are wrangling over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the half brother of North Korea's ruler, who was killed last month in Malaysia's largest airport. Credit Ahmad ...

Kim Jong Nam Investigation Will Be Lengthy, Warns Malaysia - Newsweek

Malaysia has warned that an investigation into the murder of the North Korean leader's half brother "may take longer than what we hope," as Pyongyang ally China said on Wednesday that no international action should be considered until it is finished.

Two Malaysians Leave North Korea, Despite Exit Ban - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak said two Malaysians working for the United Nations in North Korea were allowed to leave the country on Thursday. “Stella Lim and Nyanaprakash Muniandy have both safely arrived in ...

Two Malaysian UN staff held in North Korea allowed to leave - CNN

(CNN) Two Malaysians have left Pyongyang two days after North Korea said no Malaysians would be allowed to leave amid a diplomatic row between the two countries. A man and a woman working for the World Food Programme arrived in Beijing Thursday, ...

Two Malaysian UN staff leave North Korea after exit ban - South China Morning Post

The UN's World Food Programme said two of its Malaysian staff left North Korea on Thursday after Kuala Lumpur and Pyongyang banned each other's citizens from leaving their countries in a row over the murder of Kim Jong-Nam. “WFP confirms that two ...

2 Malaysians leave NKorea after being stranded by travel ban - Jakarta Post

2 Malaysians leave NKorea after being stranded by travel ban The North Korean flag is seen behind razor wire on top of a wall at the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, March 9, 2017. Malaysia's prime minister said Wednesday that ...

Two Malaysians leave North Korea, nine still stranded - Bangkok Post

A man who identified himself as Kim Han Sol speaks at an unknown location in a grab from an undated video posted on YouTube by a group called Cheollima Civil Defense. An official at South Korea's National Intelligence Service said the man in the video ...

Malaysia and North Korea - a friendship on ice - BBC News

North Korea and Malaysia have taken the extraordinary step of banning each other's citizens from leaving their countries in the fallout over the killing of Kim Jong-nam. Security expert Hoo Chiew-ping traces the history of this unusual relationship ...

Reassessing North Korea's threat to ASEAN security - Jakarta Post

Reassessing North Korea's threat to ASEAN security A journalist waits in front of the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Monday, March 6, 2017. Malaysia said Sunday that its expulsion of North Korea's ambassador was intended to warn ...

Expert: North Korea taking Malaysians 'hostage' unprecedented in peacetime - Yahoo News

North Korea imposed Tuesday a temporary travel ban on all Malaysians there following soured ties over the February 13 murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's older half-brother Kim Jong-nam here. — Reuters pic. More. KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 ...

US, Malaysia Accuse North Korea of Murdering Kim Jong Nam - Radio Free Asia

People in Seoul, South Korea, watch a TV news report showing a video of a man claiming to be Kim Han Sol, the son of the assassinated half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, March 8, 2017. AFP. The United States on Wednesday joined ...

Hostage-taking breaks international law - South China Morning Post

No government has the right to hold innocent citizens from another country against their will. Yet that is what North Korea and Malaysia have chosen to do as a row over the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of the North's leader, escalates. Each ...

Malaysia in diplomatic hostage crisis with North Korea - Nikkei Asian Review

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia has tempered its fiery exchanges with North Korea in the wake of the assassination in Kuala Lumpur last month of North Korean exile Kim Jong Nam, and has said it will keep channels open with the communist state while its ...

Najib softens line in bid to get Malaysians out of North Korea - Reuters

Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak attends an event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia March 8, 2017. REUTERS/Alexandra Radu. 1/6. left. right. The North Korean flag flies on a top of a building at the North Korean embassy compound in Beijing, China, March 8 ...

Malaysia will not break off ties with North Korea: PM - The Peninsula Qatar

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Razak said Wednesday that Malaysia will not break off diplomatic ties with North Korea as they provide a way to work for the release of 11 Malaysians detained in Pyongyang. Razak said the government will negotiate ...