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.
Proposed $70.95 billion spending plan is down 5.5 percent from 2019 budget but increases security spending.
Sri Lankan rebel group has been defunct for a decade, Democratic Action Party officials say.
Utusan Malaysia, the country’s oldest Malay newspaper, announces operational shutdown due to its incapability to shoulder debts.
Eighty individuals and organizations are to pay back $100 million, or face fines, MACC chief says.
Michelle Bachelet also visits a Rohingya school during her first trip to a Southeast Asian nation as U.N. human rights chief.
A Malaysian man allegedly led syndicate that brought Myanmar nationals to work throughout Peninsular Malaysia.
Drones and cloud computing are to be added to security arsenal that includes colonial-era Sedition Act.
Foreign office rebukes U.S. newspaper after it published comments from a diplomat’s report that criticized conditions in Xinjiang.
The 36-year-old administered 13 chat groups and recruited about 50 to become IS members.
Prime minister pledges to facilitate peace efforts along border region with Malaysia.
“It is better to find ... ways not to antagonize China too much, because China is beneficial for us,” Malaysian leader says.
Nonagenarian leader reveals pragmatic views of what his Southeast Asian country can and can’t do.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad spoke to BenarNews a day after Malaysian police said they had identified Jho Low’s location.
Group was planning to launch attacks in the two countries, counter-terror official says.
Boats vanished by the time marine police reached the abduction site, Sabah official says.
Mun Chol Myong faces extradition to the U.S. on charges of money laundering and conspiracy to launder money.
Syndicate “tried to deceive authorities by mixing the drugs with charcoal,” inspector general of police says.
Government vows to take non-aligned posture in disputes between major powers, as it unveils foreign policy framework.
Passenger Name Record will be integrated into the new immigration system, Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says.
Breakthrough occurred when authorities arrested Chinese woman with forged identification card, police say.
Kuala Lumpur, Beijing “on the same page” over “code of conduct” in contested sea region, Malaysia’s top envoy says.
Right to freely practice any religion should be enjoyed by all, Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) says.
Law-enforcement officials were trying to intercept two boats when gunfight ensued, police said.
Fugitive financier Jho Low delivered instructions approved by ex-prime minister, witness Amhari Efendi Nazaruddin said.
Encep Nurjamen (also known as Hambali), an Indonesian, is in prison at Guantanamo.
Abdul Hamid Bador discusses terrorism threats, border concerns and other security issues during a wide-ranging interview.
American economic sanctions on Tehran were among issues discussed, a source in Malaysia’s government said.