Section about fugitive financier Jho Low was removed from report, new auditor general alleges.
Islamic State-linked terrorists planned to hit places of worship in 2019, police chief says.
All of the suspects have left Malaysia, the nation’s police chief says.
Malaysia’s new government has lifted its moratorium on the Sedition Act and other controversial laws.
Organizers permitted to demonstrate after Mahathir reverses pledge to ratify U.N. convention against racial discrimination.
Home minister alleges attorney hired Malays to encroach into the Hindu house of worship.
Attack that injured seven people was not racially motivated, nation’s police chief says.
The Merdeka Center reported on tolerance toward extremism in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.
Police chief says a 35-year-old allegedly recruited children in Philippines to join militants.
Rosmah Mansor allegedly wanted millions to influence education department for energy projects.
Reaction came after cabinet minister announced plan last month to abolish capital punishment.
Malaysian and Indonesian militants, and families, are being held by Kurdish forces in Syria.
Suspects Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong will present separate defenses, court rules.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe approves U.S. $1.8 billion loan to help Malaysian government.
Former state Chief Minister Musa Aman is accused of receiving $63 million in bribes.
Roger Ng allegedly conspired with Jho Low to embezzle billions.
Company controlled by Jho Low allegedly purchased pink diamond necklace for former prime minister’s wife.
Pakistani’s arrest could be first case in Malaysia involving the South Asian militant group LeT, analyst says.
Bidding for luxury vessel begins as nation’s capital prepares for anti-corruption summit.
“Life there is hard,” Malaysian woman says of her experience in war-torn Middle East nation.
Ex-prime minister’s charges are tied to Chinese projects and UAE deal with 1MDB.
About 1,000 LGBT people were living in Palu, according to opposition leader Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
Fast, light vessels are needed to patrol the country’s extensive coastline, defense officials say.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, leader of once-powerful UMNO party, freed on bail after pleading not guilty.
The trilateral exercises in the Strait of Malacca are the first of their kind.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi will face corruption and money-laundering charges, officials say.
China, which had asked for their extradition, said that it "resolutely" opposed Malaysia's decision.
Major win in Port Dickson seen as first step needed before replacing Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
China sought extradition of group that escaped from Thai detention center in 2017.
Amnesty International marks World Day against the Death Penalty with a call to end executions.