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washingtonpost.com meldet: Malaysian authorities will not charge two journalists from Australia’s state-owned broadcaster who attempted to interview Malaysia’s prime minister over corruption allegations, deciding to deport them instead, police said Tuesday . Malaysia deports Australian reporters; pair won’t be charged. weiterlesen ...

Dazu berichtet washingtonpost.com weiter: Malaysian authorities have decided against charging two Australian journalists who attempted to interview the Malaysian prime minister over corruption allegations and will instead deport them, police said Tuesday . Malaysian police say Australian reporters will be deported. weiterlesen ...

reuters.com schreibt weiter: KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said on Monday he will meet his Australian counterpart next week to discuss China's military buildup in the disputed South China Sea and hold talks with fellow claimants the Philippines and Vietnam . Malaysia, Australia to discuss China moves in disputed South China Sea. weiterlesen ...

Weitere Nachricht von sfgate.com: CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Malaysian authorities have decided against charging two Australian journalists who attempted to interview the Malaysian prime minister over corruption allegations, the newsmen's state-owned employer said on Tuesday Australian Broadcasting Corp . Australian broadcaster says Malaysia won't charge reporters. television reporter Linton Besser and camera operator Louie Eroglu had been told to appear in a Sarawak state court on Tuesday morning charged with obstructing a public servant from discharging his duties when they weiterlesen ...

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