Mujahid Yusof Rawa says judicial philosophy must move toward rehabilitation.
Seven foreigners are among suspects with links to religious school in Yemen.
Rosmah Mansor faces charges linked to alleged misappropriation of 7.1 million ringgit.
Rosmah Mansor is expected to face money-laundering charges when she appears in court on Thursday, officials said.
Lynas CEO seeks objective and scientific probe of plant in Pahang.
Hassan Al Kontar says he fears he will be forced to join his country’s military.
Judge said they could have faced death sentences if the attack had been carried out.
Officials said Rosmah Mansor was not arrested or detained.
Unregistered tahfiz learning institutions in Kuala Lumpur ordered to shut down after authorities filed sexual-abuse charges against a principal.
Wife of Indonesian fisherman told to pay in Malaysian currency, Sabah police official says.
Prime Minister says “two men or two women is not considered a family.”
Najib Razak pleads not guilty to new raft of money-laundering and power-abuse charges.
Former prime minister is due in court Thursday, MACC officials say.
Government must abide by case of underage girl married in Kelantan, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail suggests.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi discusses working with Islamic party after attending its general assembly.
Police announce arrests of 10 suspects, including five allegedly involved in plot against Saudi Arabia.
Shafee Abdullah says allegations against him are baseless and politically motivated.
Prime Minister in waiting Anwar Ibrahim must be elected to office before he can succeed Mahathir Mohamad.
Safe crewmate said the kidnappers spoke Suluk, a Philippine dialect.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s government cuts major spending to cope with 1 trillion ringgit debt.
The cabinet determined that the punishment by a Sharia court was harsh, Mahathir Mohamad says.
Government pushes project back two years as it copes with 1 trillion ringgit deficit.
Punishment “did not cause any pain,” Malaysia’s minister of Islamic affairs says.
A Penang court clears Lim Guan Eng of charges stemming from his time as the state’s chief minister.
Hasanah Abdul Hamid’s detention related to recent arrest of officials accused of misusing public funds, investigators say.
Most Malaysians cannot afford to buy apartments from Forest City, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says.
Several Rohingya in Malaysia were arrested and charged over terrorist-related activities, a top policeman says.
Abdul Rahim Noor takes over from Ahmad Zamzamin Hashim.
A court, meanwhile, approves the sale of the financier’s mega-yacht, The Equanimity.
Meth, ecstasy pills targeted for delivery in Southeast Asian countries, officials say.