Prime Minister Najib Razak says major challenges are now behind the indebted state investment fund.
State investment fund transferred U.S. $850 million to Caribbean shell company, Wall Street Journal reports.
Move could bring ‘transparency’ and speed up the processing of such cases, officials say.
Najib Razak also says “those who are against the Islamic struggle” could rule Malaysia.
“At least, my family has closure for his disappearance, instead of worrying about his fate every single day.”
Prime Minister Najib Razak’s former deputy calls for him to step aside for now, while a corruption probe is under way.
Police, meanwhile, announce arrests of four foreign nationals suspected of terrorist activities on Malaysian soil.
The new law could put Malaysia on “a path to dictatorship,” critics warn.
Malaysian cartoonist Zunar has become a campaigner for free speech in a country where it is rapidly dwindling.
American president and Prime Minister Najib Razak also discuss bilateral cooperation in countering terrorism.
Kuala Lumpur reports unconfirmed threats as it hosts ASEAN, world officials.
The Abu Sayyaf Group beheaded Malaysian citizen Bernard Then.
ASEAN members pledge cooperation to combat terrorism.
Mahathir Mohamad told officers he would not answer their questions.
China and the United States disagree over references of ongoing disputes.
The two Malaysians were arrested in Beirut as suspected suicide bombers.
Government says all parties –“including those overseas” – must respect Malaysia’s legal system.
Malaysia sends home five suspected of plotting to kill leader of Maldives.
Curbs on freedom of expression have tightened dramatically since 2013 general election, new report says.
New cells have ties to Jemaah Islamiyah, Deputy Home Minister Nur Jazlan Mohamed says.
Opposition MPs question accuracy and consistency of statements by top officials.
The suspect delivered stolen information about 1,351 American servicemen and government workers to IS, officials allege.
Report also faults Ukraine for not closing its airspace as fighting escalated.
Nor Mahmudah Ahmad has married an IS fighter and moved to Syria.
New effort aimed at countering extremist propaganda to be based in Kuala Lumpur.
This year’s fires out of Indonesia could become the worst on record, NASA warns.
“We are not winning the propaganda war,” Najib Razak says.
The Islamic State is “relying more” on Malaysian jihadists for special operations, counter-terrorism official says.
Chinese ambassador refuses a foreign ministry request to answer questions over his alleged interference in domestic politics.
PM proposes Southeast Asian counter-messaging center to combat IS online recruitment efforts.