“We will be the kingmaker,” PAS President Abdul Hadi Awang says in interview with BenarNews.
IS sympathizers exist in Thailand’s Deep South, Malaysian analyst tells BenarNews.
Electoral support in Sabah and Sarawak proved crucial for Barisan Nasional in the last two elections.
State Department Bureau of Countering Violent Extremism chief discusses efforts in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Election Commission’s decision to hold nationwide polls on a Wednesday draws complaints from opposition.
Unprecedented show of unity announced after Malaysian authorities deregister the key opposition party.
Election commission to announced date for the election within days.
Defense lawyers say motive was not established in the killing of North Korean leader’s half-brother.
Opposition leader Mahathir Mohamad vows coalition will campaign as decision is appealed.
Najib Razak presents nine initiatives to a gathering of 10,000 government employees in Putrajaya.
Refugees were turned over to immigration department because they lacked proper documents.
Critics complain legislation would target those who criticize Najib Razak’s government.
Opposition calls measure “tyranny” and says it was “bulldozed through” parliament.
Officials said the three defendants had planned to join a militant siege in the Philippines.
Tycoon gave instructions for vessel to avoid American waters following seizure order, U.S. officials say.
South China Sea and terrorism figure prominently during meetings in Washington.
The men were among seven alleged militants arrested in Johor and Sabah, officials said.
Racism is being used increasingly as a tool “to divide and rule,” Pusat Komas reports.
Government, feeling threatened, is now aiming to withdraw Bersatu’s registration, its president tells BenarNews.
But the opposition Bersatu party will also fight for Malaysia’s minority groups, its president says.
Vietnamese defendant’s attorneys present a history of filmed tricks to bolster scapegoat claims.
Legislature’s dissolution could lead to a general election next month or in early May, reports say.
Police chose not to investigate suspect’s whereabouts in days leading up to the murder, attorney says.
Vietnamese suspect’s attorney begins his cross examination of lead investigator.
Mahmud Ahmad and Amin Baco are additions to wanted list circulated by ESSCOM.
Pakatan Harapan releases 200-page manifesto heading into general election.
Effort is aimed at sweetening the electoral ground for Prime Minister Najib Razak, critics say.
Australian allegations against Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd “baseless,” Malaysian authorities say.
Wall Street Journal claims it has seen draft agreement penned by a law firm hired by Malaysian businessman Jho Low.
Human Rights Watch official expresses skepticism about its implementation.