Panel’s chairman says he does not know if report due in September will be made public.
Authorities believe the victims are Filipinos but uncertain if Abu Sayyaf militants took them.
Former Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar defends delay in probing camp that held graves of Rohingya and Bangladeshis.
Washington is supplying Kuala Lumpur with a dozen ScanEagle unmanned aircraft.
Lawyer Latheefa Koya is the first woman to lead the agency, but some question her political connections.
Defendant failed to raise reasonable doubt about charges linking him to Muhammad Wanndy, judge rules.
Until her husband was killed, Aisyah says she never thought about returning to Malaysia.
The annual police event is part of a successful deradicalization program, its chief says.
Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines take steps to tackle unrecyclable waste.
Man who ordered terror plot is a Malaysian militant operating in Syria, police source says.
Rights group slams move, but PM Mahathir Mohamad says his country is a “good neighbor.”
IS cell planned to carry out slew of attacks during first week of Ramadan, police say.
He calls on Pakatan Harapan members to remain united in the face of growing criticism.
Court action occurred as Washington announced it had started returning to Malaysia almost $200 million from confiscated assets.
Marking a year in power, prime minister said cabinet members were learning on the job.
Attorney General Tommy Thomas: Millions of dollars received from Washington, Singapore.
The new chief, Abdul Hamid Bador, has been appointed on a two-year contract.
Former Goldman Sachs banker Roger Ng arraigned in New York federal court, official tells BenarNews.
Doan Thi Huong is freed nearly two months after her Indonesian co-defendant was released from Malaysian custody.
PM presented an appointment letter for Abdul Hamid Bador for the king’s consent.
Ivory pieces are destroyed to keep them off the black market, minister says.
Judge quashes moves to dismiss seven graft-related charges against former leader.
Washington’s top Asia-Pacific security affairs official issues comments as claimant nations hammer out new pact.
Sim Wei Der is the fourth suspect in a case linked to a toxic sludge dump in March.
Bandar Malaysia will be a “contribution” to Beijing’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative, PM Mahathir Mohamad says.
The ouster of a party that ruled for 61 years made a difference, Reporters Without Borders says.
Sivanganam told the RCI that he was banned the site in the jungle near Wang Kelian after issuing his report.
Transcripts, Blackberry apparently show link between banker and fugitive Malaysian financier.
PM expects Malaysia to see other economic benefits as rail link construction will resume.
Court of Appeal convicts Indonesian citizen Ali Abdullah Saifuddin and two Malaysian ex-servicemen.