Dispute appears to center over who will succeed Mahathir Mohamad as prime minister, the analysts say.
Extraditing Mun Chol Myong to the United States would violate his rights, defense lawyer says.
Immigration director warns of a round-up of those who miss deadline to leave the country.
Anwar Ibrahim, prime minister-in-waiting, held talks with deputy party leader Azmin Ali on eve of PKR's annual congress.
Najib Razak’s defense lawyer describes him as a victim of fugitive financier Jho Low.
Defense Minister Mohamad Sabu denounces intrusion of foreign ships in the country’s territorial waters.
Immigration officials seized more than 8,000 cellphones, almost 800 personal computers and hundreds of laptops during the raid.
Yazid Sufaat, a former al-Qaeda anthrax biochemist, was released after serving his two-year prison sentence, official says.
“The majority garnered by the opposition comes as a shock,” People’s Justice Party leader Anwar Ibrahim says.
Police counterterrorist branch chief says crime was serious, no matter the amount of cash transferred.
Mohd Rafi Udin and Wan Mohd Aquil Wan Zainal Abidin died in early 2019.
Najib Razak’s conduct in SRC case was “pervasive and imperious,” Judge Nazlan Ghazali finds.
Rainsy urges followers to “keep up the hope” for his campaign to return to Cambodia.
Sharia court's punishment violates rights enshrined by the constitution, 28 organizations say.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said Mu Sochua was held for questioning after she arrived in Malaysia late Wednesday
Public-private partnership will allow banks to share data with law enforcement agencies.
“Whatever it takes, we want him back in Malaysia to face the courts,” home minister says.
Justice department announced settlement with fugitive financier to recover $700 million.
David Stilwell praises Vietnam for pushing back against Chinese encroachment in the South China Sea.
The prime minister says he has good ties with the Middle Eastern nation facing U.S. sanctions.
Legislators among 12 people arrested for alleged links to Sri Lanka’s rebel group LTTE.
Restaurant worker Hafiz Othman was arrested at a Kuala Lumpur airport in May.
Suspects face charges of trying to revive Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a defunct Sri Lankan separatist organization.
Prosecutors allege the former prime minister deliberately transferred millions to his personal account.
Yazid Sufaat, a bio-chemist linked to Osama bin Laden, has been in prison since 2017.
Meanwhile, court hears prosecutor’s argument in first criminal case against former Prime Minister Najib.
“Abominable” distributor pulls movie from cinemas following calls to censor South China Sea map.
Pastor Raymond Koh’s abduction emblematic of disregard for human rights, report says.
Saifuddin Abdullah says the nation must be prepared to protect South China Sea coasts.
Sisters in Islam found about 21 percent of Muslim women believe a husband can beat his wife.