Defense and prosecution lawyers ask court to allow them to complete trial related to SRC International.
Lynas required to build its own “cracking and leaching” facility outside Malaysia within four years.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has supported Zakir Naik’s residency provided he doesn’t stir up trouble.
Ex-leader loses his last legal bid to postpone the trial over the alleged theft of money from state fund 1MDB.
U.S.-based investment bank vows to fight “misdirected” charges vigorously.
Indonesian President Jokowi welcomed by counterpart Mahathir Mohamad on his first trip to Kuala Lumpur since re-election.
Mudslinging, internal rift threaten to shatter coalition behind prime minister, groups say.
Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad’s remarks violate ASEAN non-interference principles, Naypyidaw says.
Interracial tensions may have grown worse, senior politician Anwar Ibrahim warns.
“We don’t knock our heads against a stone wall simply because it is there,” he told Turkish media.
Beijing test-fired at least one missile in the disputed sea in late June, U.S. officials said.
East Coast Rail Link will spur development, attract new investments, officials say.
The firings occurred days after Beijing apparently conducted similar tests around the Spratly Islands in June.
Judge rejected Mun Chol Myong's request for bail despite arguments from attorneys that he was not a flight risk.
The family of Nor Mahmudah Ahmad contacted authorities earlier this year about allowing her to come home.
Money has been transferred using “hawala” system to a avoid paper trail, counter-terror chief says.
Yanghee Lee wraps up 11-day fact-finding trip to Thailand and Malaysia.
The bill also proposes lowering the minimum age to run for office.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said his government was entitled to the money.
Discussion was to focus on the Amman Message that recognizes all of Islam’s sects.
Defense attorney Jagjit Singh vows to challenge money-laundering charges against client Mun Chol Myong.
One suspect posted a video online threatening to kill Bangladeshi leader Sheikh Hasina.
Court rejects a second bail petition for Mun Chol Myong.
Mujahid Yusof Rawa had described the camp as a “training and vocational center.”
Panel will investigate findings by human rights commission that police may have abducted a pastor and a Shia Muslim activist.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi allegedly took cash to extend the contract of a company processing visa applications from Chinese nationals.
Mun Chol Myong potentially faces a money laundering charge and a U.N. Security Council sanction.
The prime minister says investigation of 2014 missile attack that killed 298 airline passengers has been biased.
Malaysian minister postpones meeting with Australian officials, BenarNews source says.
Panel’s chairman says he does not know if report due in September will be made public.