The number of people arrested on suspicion of terror-related activities jumped 45 percent in 2016.
Home affairs minister says country will not accept a “food flotilla” from Malaysia.
However, he still expects to be summoned for questioning.
Abu Gomes has recruited Malaysians and taught them to make explosives, police anti-terror chief says.
The pangolin is the world’s most trafficked animal, whose meat is a delicacy in some cultures.
Some of the suspects are tied to Islamic State and al-Qaeda, according to police.
Court rules on importance of evaluating whether language falls within bounds of free speech or sedition.
Leader says Myanmar needs time, but remains committed to resolving Rohingya issues.
Winner of the 2016 Cartooning for Peace Award released after six hours of questioning.
Defendant was captured in Turkey as he attempted to enter Syria
Myanmar has invited ASEAN officials to a retreat Monday in Yangon to discuss Rakhine state crisis.
Opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim is serving a sentence on a second sodomy conviction.
Abraham Hamid and two other gunmen died during an encounter off Sabah.
Authorities were searching for two other suspects and a sailor taken hostage.
Malaysian Employers Federation supports offer following Myanmar’s decision to stop sending workers to Malaysia.
Malaysian affiliates say they have taken action against labor suppliers.
Ethnic Rohingya in Muslim-majority nations in Asia, including Malaysia, have staged protests against a crackdown on Myanmar’s Rohingya community.
“No human rights violations” against Rohingya have occurred, military chief tells Malaysian counterpart.
Prime Minister calls on UN, Indonesia to join efforts to bring end to “ethnic cleansing.”
Lawmaker claims “ethnic cleansing” voids organization’s noninterference efforts.
Maria Chin Abdullah vows legal action against “unlawful detention.”
A probe into allegations of sedition and disturbing the peace is ongoing.
Ruling party activists had forced exhibit to be cancelled three hours after it opened.
Maria Chin Abdullah remains in custody while others linked to rally have been released.
Bersih chairwoman could be held for nearly a month without charges under a controversial law.
Bersih demonstration was smaller than one held in 2015, and pro-government activists staged a counter-protest.
Rights group slams government for “criminalizing those who demand reform.”
Najib Razak comments publicly for first time about planned Yellow Shirt, Red Shirt rallies.
Confrontations between pro-government activists and those advocating clean government could happen, some fear.
Judge grants stay on 18-month sentence to allow lawmaker Mohd Rafizi Ramli to appeal.