Malaysian American

Who is Responsible for the Catastrophes in the Middle East?
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“The United States of America is not responsible for what happened in Libya, nor is it responsible for what is happening in Iraq today,” Secretary of State John Kerry declared at a Cairo news conference held in the midst of his recent crisis tour of … No tags for this post.

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How the US is Arming Both Sides of the Iraqi Conflict
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…… the US will deliver the first of 36 F-16 fighter jets to Iraq in what Baghdad's envoy to the United States called a “new chapter” in his country's ability to defend its vast borders with Iran and other neighbors. ….the US earlier in March … No tags for this post.

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Someone's in the kitchen with papa
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It intermingles Chinese, Spanish, Malaysian, American and indigenous people's influences with local tropical ingredients. At Papa's Kitchen it all feels very homey. The food, all of which is served on white paper plates precisely lined with carefully … No tags for this post.

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Washington Is Escalating the Orchestrated Ukrainian “Crisis” to War
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Despite the conclusion by US intelligence that there is no evidence of Russian involvement in the destruction of the Malaysian airliner and all lives onboard, Washington is escalating the crisis and shepherding the World toward war. Twenty-two US … No tags for this post.

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Managing cost without compromising the outcome of a US degree — Andy Nazarechuk
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This is where a Malaysian American Degree Transfer Programme (ADP), many of which have been established for almost twenty years and are well respected by US universities, provides the opportunity for local students to complete their first two years of … No tags for this post.

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Students find ways to cope with weakening ringgit
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Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange adviser Kendall Quisenberry pointed out that there was a plethora of scholarships available to international students. “Not only do Malaysian corporations and government organisations offer … No tags for this post.

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Beat The System Rock Band Invites Music Fans To 'Journey' On A Dynamic New …
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LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, July 17, 2015 /EINPresswire.com/ — Malaysian-American rock band Beat The System is pleased to announce the forthcoming arrival of their highly anticipated North American debut album – Journey – which will release on all music … No tags for this post.

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Malaysian police search homes of missing flight's pilots as focus turns to …
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Police on Saturday searched the homes of the pilots who were in control of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 shortly before it disappeared more than a week ago as investigators sharpened their focus on the possibility that the … No tags for this post.

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Breaking the Mould Episode 2 of 3
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In the second of her three conversations with a new generation of female religious leaders in America she meets Malaysian-American Ani Zonneveld. Ani was supposed to be a diplomat – at least that was her father's plan for her. He was a Malaysian … No tags for this post.

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EGAS gasification ship offered pumping capacity of 500m-750m cubic feet
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The final contract came after Hoegh won the international tender of EGAS last year, where Malaysian, American, and Dutch companies competed. EGAS agreed with the winning companies to supply liquefied gas shipments with a rate of one shipment a week … No tags for this post.

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Shipment of liquefied natural gas arrives in Ain Sokhna
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The eighth shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) arrived on Saturday in Ain Sokhna Port and was received on a Norwegian gasification ship from Höegh to be converted to gas and pumped to the national grid. (AFP Photo). The eighth shipment of liquefied … No tags for this post.

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No link between Asperger's disorder and killing sprees, says psychologist
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PETALING JAYA: There is no direct link between Asperger's disorder and brutal killing sprees, said University of Malaya consultant psychiatrist Dr Subash Kumar Pillai. Subash was responding to claims that Elliot Rodger who killed six people and wounded … No tags for this post.

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Fulbright continues to shine
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In Malaysia, Fulbright operates through The Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange (MACEE). Each year, it supports more than 130 individuals for studies, lectures and research work. “One area of growth is the English Teaching … No tags for this post.

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Real slog for an American degree
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Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange (MACEE) executive director Dr James Coffman was upbeat, saying the number of Malaysian students heading to the US have been increasing slowly over the years due to “the continued interest of … No tags for this post.

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China demands Malaysia hand over satellite data used to conclude Malaysia …
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China demanded that Malaysia turn over the satellite data used to conclude that a Malaysia Airlines jetliner had crashed in the southern Indian Ocean killing everyone on board, as gale-force winds and heavy rain on Tuesday halted the search for any … No tags for this post.

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