Out of 85 suspects in custody with alleged IS links, 44 were from other countries, police say.
Group targeted fishermen who had did not have work permits or proper documentation.
But Malaysia will keep trade engagements with China intact “for our survival,” he says during U.S. visit.
Postponement is necessary to avoid waste of time and money, three-judge panel rules
Najib Razak is due to stand trial next week in Kuala Lumpur on charges of massive corruption.
The group was held for about one month on gambling charges.
Former bomber Taufik Abdul Halim talks about life and family in BenarNews interview.
Malaysian facilitator, rebel delegates complain after chief Thai negotiator is a no-show at introductory meeting.
Negotiations will be taken out of media spotlight, Malaysian finance minister says.
But only about 9 percent of those surveyed view China as “a benign and benevolent power.”
Doan Thi Huong will begin her defense case ahead of co-defendant Siti Aisyah.
Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali cites high cost for Cabinet's decision to terminate East Coast Rail Link.
Panel stays ruling on seven witnesses to allow prosecution to appeal to higher court.
Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah will serve a five-year term beginning Jan. 31.
Najib Razak seen in picture taken in Paris with the late Altantuya Shaariibuu, witness says.
Investment bank must pay Malaysia U.S. $7.5 billion, according to Lim Guan Eng.
But Human Rights Watch slams 2018 rights records of the Philippines and Bangladesh.
Malindo Air says the arrest of a cabin crew employee was an isolated incident.
Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim and his brother are to appear in court Wednesday.
Canadian intelligence group reported finding Facebook images of Abu Sayyaf suspect linked to beheadings.
Palace gives no reason for why king became Malaysia’s first monarch to step down.
Malaysia’s prime minister, who stopped the project last year, says it might be revived on a smaller scale.
The alliance that helped bring Mahathir Mohamad back to power had promised to revoke the legislation.
Adi Azuan Abdul Ghani is suspected of accepting kickback over a $3.6 million contract.
Analysts expect the United Malays National Organization to overcome internal revolt.
Attorney general accuses ex-Goldman executives of defrauding Malaysia through a series of issued bonds.
Tabung Haji fund helps Muslims with their Mecca pilgrimage but is in financial trouble.
Government will seek private bids to sell yacht tied to 1MDB scandal.
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.