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Source: Lano Lan/Shutterstock MORE than 150,000 children are stuck in child marriages in Malaysia as a culture of shame and stigma continues to drive the…View More Malaysia has a child marriage problem – It’s time to act
EMBROILED in a huge corruption scandal, former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has moved to explain the source of hundreds of millions in cash, jewellery,…View More Malaysian ex-PM explains seized piles of cash, jewellery and handbags
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