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.
Debate rages over nation’s decision not to support treaty that created the International Criminal Court.
Group of Rohingya is dropped off in Perlis after a first batch arrived last month.
Investigation will start after appointment of new police inspector general, prime minister says.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad describes the Suhakam report as “hearsay.”
Judge orders immediate start after rejecting defense’s last-ditch effort to postpone it.
Vietnamese national Doan Thi Huong is likely to be freed next month, her lawyer says.
Government had spent U.S. $3.5 million for upkeep of seized superyacht, officials say.
Fortify Rights and Suhakam release findings of investigation into mass graves of Rohingya and Bangladeshis.
All of the dead, mostly immigrants, have been identified, New Zealand police say.
Government support, diplomacy and electoral politics may have played a role in shocking release of Kim Jong Nam murder defendant.
Among those in custody are Royal Sulu Force members involved in 2013 Lahad Datu incursion.
More than 2,700 people have complained of breathing difficulties and vomiting, according to Johor state officials.
Attorney-General’s Chamber turns down application for immediate release of Doan Thi Huong, defense team says.
Three suspects arrested as Sultan of Johor Ibrahim Iskandar expresses anger over river’s chemical pollution.
Meanwhile, Indonesian President meets with Siti Aisyah and her family following her release from custody.
Prosecutors withdraw charges against Siti Aisyah after Indonesia lobbied Malaysian government to release her.
Five Egyptians and a Tunisian were deported after being captured in February, police say.
Judge had questioned defense’s argument that defendants were carrying out a prank.
The government is willing to reopen search after 2018 “no cure, no fee” effort failed.
Party expects to work with Islamic-based PAS to serve as check to Pakatan Harapan government.
Royal Commission of Inquiry will investigate 2015 discovery near the border with Thailand.
Chinese, Indian leaders in Barisan Nasional say lack of respect from UMNO has damaged the bloc.
Officials take group of people, who were covered in mud, to an immigration center in Kedah state for processing.