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East Malaysia:

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, independent federation (2005 est. pop. 23,953,000), 128,430 sq mi (332,633 sq km), Southeast Asia. The official capital and by far the largest city is Kuala Lumpur; Putrajaya is the adminstrative capital.
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His internationally patented technology is currently being used in a world first in Borneo, Eastern Malaysia.
We are able to supply B-roll footage of Michael Pritchard's recent trio to Borneo, Eastern Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur, Ramadan 11, 1434, Jul 20, 2013, SPA -- Police detained 14 activists in eastern Malaysia on Saturday during a protest against a free-trade deal under negotiation among 11 countries, police said, according to dpa.
Natural Avenue intends to operate an on-line lottery in the state of Sarawak, in eastern Malaysia, beginning in the first quarter of 1996.
0 earthquake struck eastern Malaysia on June 5, triggering rockslides on Mount Kinabalu that killed at least 19 people.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 (KUNA) -- Five dead bodies have been uncovered in the mountainous region Kinabalu in eastern Malaysia which witnessed an earthquake on Friday, authorities declared on Monday.
The just-completed Sabah Sarawak Gas Pipeline delivers gas to the Libuan LNG Export terminal and brings gas to communities in eastern Malaysia from offshore gas fields in the South China Seas.
The supply capacity of Kuala Lumpur's state-controlled Petronas is growing rapidly through new liquefaction plants in eastern Malaysia as well as in Canada, off-take agreements with other suppliers and projects such as GLNG in Australia.
Eastern Malaysia, comprising Sarawah and Sabah provinces, accounted for the remaining market share of about 10% in the same year.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade or DFAT had issued travel warnings on kidnapping threat worldwide, particularly in Afghanistan, Colombia, Iraq, eastern Malaysia (Sabah), southern Philippines, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, and parts of North and West Africa.
The company will add new capacity in eastern Malaysia with a planned expansion of Bintulu and a new floating LNG liquefaction plant in the next two years.
Japan's biggest oil and gas producer, which will reduce its stake in the block to 50 per cent after the transfer, serves as the operator in the block located in eastern Malaysia.

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