Four fail in bid to renounce Islam through civil procedure.
Defense attorney presents photo showing Kim with an alleged intelligence agent in a resort hotel.
Defense continues cross examination of lead investigator in murder of North Korean dictator’s estranged brother.
Terror plot revealed after arrest of 10 people, including seven Filipinos, Malaysian police chief says.
Kuala Lumpur vows to take action “that will not hurt the feelings of any country.”
Maid was forced to sleep outside near a leashed Rottweiler, neighbors said.
Officials: Airfreight company driver planned to join militants in Syria or Palestine.
Siti Aisyah met with a North Korean suspect in Phnom Penh weeks before the assassination.
The fugitives who broke out of Thai detention cells last year have been arrested, Malaysian security officials say.
Real-life refugees from Syria, Libya, Afghanistan and elsewhere convey impact of violence through stage performances.
Investigators do not believe suspects are linked to militant groups.
“We can’t wait for international media to come,” says Rohingya Vision TV co-founder.
Statement appears to support defense claims that the two Southeast Asian women were duped into believing they were performing for a TV show.
Justices rule for Hindu woman whose husband converted their children to Islam without her consent.
Trial resumes for Southeast Asian women accused of murdering the half-brother of North Korea’s dictator.
A third man was sentenced to eight years for trying to join militants in Syria.
Defense attorneys for two Southeast Asian women prepare to cross-examine chief investigator.
31-year-old Uber driver charged, seven others accused in priest’s daytime abduction.
Malaysia’s highest court has upheld death sentences stemming from 2013 invasion by “Royal Army of Sulu.”
Coalition's choice for prime minister sought meeting with de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim.
U.S. firm will be paid millions of dollars if it finds wreck of flight MH370.
Participants from 20 countries discuss moderation at counterterrorism conference in Malaysia.
The former leader agreed to let Anwar Ibrahim serve as prime minister if opposition wins election.
Malaysian police counter-terror chief says some nations allow suspected militants to choose where they will go.
In video, a Malaysian and a Singaporean urge IS supporters to commit terrorism.
Counter-terrorism chief reveals plans to increase surveillance and intelligence gathering.
Suspects were involved in trafficking 57 undocumented Bangladeshi workers, authorities say.
Ruling party could go up against opposition coalition led by a dominant politician, ex-PM Mahathir.
Seven Filipinos, seven Malaysians, five Indonesians and a North African were arrested in counter-terror raids.
Human rights groups urge government to pursue leads in New Straits Times report.