Al Jazeera journalists will be questioned over complaints about the program, police chief says.
A family of four would have to survive on U.S. $8 per day under government figures, report finds.
Investigators target another $96 million in assets allegedly embezzled from the state development fund.
Maneuvers comes after Chinese vessel entered Vietnamese waters last month.
A new exception covers foreigners with proper documentation who are employed by market retailers.
DAP and Amanah officials call for succession plan involving Mahathir and Anwar should there be a snap election.
Kuala Lumpur’s top diplomat raises concerns about One Belt, One Road work during pandemic.
More than 30,000 Malaysians will have to undertake the religious journey another time, officials say.
Thai naval official denies presence of the boat, said to be carrying 300 people.
Meanwhile, Dhaka’s top diplomat says his country won’t allow Malaysia to send the 269 refugees to Bangladesh.
Officials detained 269 refugees off the boat and took them to a camp.
The ex-prime minister faces counts of corruption and money laundering linked to a 1MDB subsidiary.
Two firms with deals linked to Chinese tech firm Huawei were among five companies awarded contracts in May.
A proposed Chinese ADIZ would cover a vast area above the contested waterway.
Malaysia has largely kept quiet after a Chinese survey ship deployed to its waters in the South China Sea last month.
Bersatu, headed by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, expelled four other senior members.
Beijing’s Ministry of Transport operates many “rescue bureaus” under the China Rescue Service.
Rohingya who had been detained for two years describes overcrowded, unsanitary conditions at similar facility.
Thirty-five detainees, many of them from Myanmar and India, tested positive for the virus.
King gives a speech calling on lawmakers to “practice clean political culture.”
The move comes on the same day Malaysian and Chinese defense ministers spoke.
The deal conditionally dismisses five counts of money-laundering against Riza Aziz, anti-corruption commission says.
Central bank: Economy “expected to contract in the second quarter.”
Meanwhile, an oil exploration ship contracted by Malaysia ended a South China Sea survey.
Bangladeshis, Indonesians, Myanmar nationals among 1,000 foreign workers detained in immigration raid.
Muhyiddin Yassin also announced a ban on interstate travel during the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
The USS Montgomery sailed close to a Malaysian-contracted oil exploration ship.
Parliament will convene on May 18 for the first time since Malaysia’s new government came to power.
The money was used to purchase luxury real estate in California and New York, officials announced.
Tashny Sukumaran is a staff writer for the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post.