Airport customs director Hamzah Sundang said officials acting on a tip-off discovered the horns in a wooden crate at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport cargo terminal last Friday.
New maritime city project on southern Malaysian island accounts for $23 billion in planned spending
Allegations that huge sums were misappropriated from the Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB have triggered a scandal which has buffeted Prime Minister Najib Razak, who founded 1MDB, though the leader has denied any wrongdoing.
Singapore, a regional financial centre known for its tough stance against corruption, was the first country to hand down criminal convictions related to the 1MDB investigations.
Turkey's Roketsan, Aselsan, Turkish Aerospace Industries and Shipbuilders’ Association attend exhibition in Kedah state
China imposes immediate temporary restriction on imports of raw clean edible bird's nest from Malaysia due to outbreak
The killing of the half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un last month in Malaysia with VX nerve agent triggered an angry standoff between Kuala Lumpur and Pyongyang that has seen them expel each other's ambassador and refuse to let their citizens leave.
"WFP confirms that two WFP staff of Malaysian nationality have left DPR Korea and arrived in Beijing today," the UN agency said in a statement.
Maintaining ties provides a path to secure release of detained Malaysians, says Najib Razak
A police cordon was set up outside the embassy after Pyongyang announced it would ban Malaysians from leaving North Korea, prompting an immediate tit-for-tat move from Kuala Lumpur.
On Saturday Malaysia declared Ambassador Kang Chol persona non grata and gave him 48 hours to leave the country for failing to issue an apology for his criticism of Malaysia's investigation into the murder.
Suspects linked to terror movement ISIL and other militant groups
Kim Jong-Nam was poisoned February 13 with deadly nerve agent VX. North Korea has not acknowledged the dead man's identity but has repeatedly disparaged the murder investigation, accusing Malaysia of conniving with its enemies.
Kim Jong-Nam, 45, was poisoned last month with VX, a nerve agent so deadly that it is classed as a weapon of mass destruction.
Ri Jong-Chol is among eight North Koreans suspected of involvement in the dramatic killing of Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of the reclusive nation's leader, who was poisoned with a banned nerve agent at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Vietnamese, Indonesian face mandatory death penalty over suspected poisoning of North Korean leader’s brother in Malaysia
The move comes as previously friendly relations between Kuala Lumpur and Pyongyang have been badly strained by the killing with a nerve agent of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's half brother at a Malaysian airport on February 13.
The deal between Aramco and Malaysia's Petronas for the $27 billion project will be signed on Tuesday, the prime minister said.
Health minister says cause of death of North Korean leader’s half-brother can be confirmed next week after verification
2 foreign women accused of acting under instruction of 4 North Korean men in killing of North Korean leader’s brother