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The Opposition People’s Alliance, led by Anwar Ibrahim, failed to secure enough votes to depose the coalition

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Prime Minister Najib Razak's National Front coalition captured 112 of Malaysia's 222 parliamentary seats

Malaysia's long-ruling coalition hangs on to power

Malaysia’s governing coalition won what was heralded as the nation’s closest election today, extending its 56-year rule and thwarting an opposition alliance that had pledged to clean up politics and end race-based policies.

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David Chin disembarks from the Causeway Express bus that links Singapore to Malaysia’s southernmost state, Johor.

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim claims at least 40,000 people had been flown in for the election

Malaysian PM accused of ‘importing voters’ by air

Opposition leader, Anwar Ibrahim, claims that Najib Razak's office has been arranging flights using national carrier Malaysia Airlines and private carrier Air Asia

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Mrs Thatcher and husband Denis in Perth, Australia, in 1988

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Malaysia prepares for elections

Malaysia's prime minister dissolved Parliament today to call for national elections expected later this month.

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Tiger Woods with new girlfriend Lindsey Vonn

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Malaysia says 31 Filipinos fatally shot in Borneo

Malaysian police say they have fatally shot 31 Filipino intruders who sparked a security crisis in Borneo.

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Malaysian army attacks Filipino militants

The army have unleashed air strikes and mortar attacks on nearly 200 Filipinos occupying a remote coastal village in Borneo.

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