Malaysia tightens virus curbs ahead of Eid holiday
Muslim-majority Malaysia will tighten coronavirus curbs across the whole country ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday as cases spiral, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said Monday.
Malaysian artist arrested for allegedly insulting queen
A Malaysian artist has been arrested for allegedly insulting the queen by posting a satirical playlist online, police said, fuelling concerns about a widening crackdown on freedom of expression.
North Koreans leave Malaysia after ties cut over US extradition row
North Korea's diplomats in Malaysia shuttered their embassy and flew out of the country Sunday, after Pyongyang severed diplomatic ties over the extradition of a citizen
North Korea cuts ties with Malaysia over US extradition
North Korea severed diplomatic ties with Malaysia on Friday, abruptly ending a once-close relationship that soured following the assassination of Kim Jong Un's half-brother in a Kuala Lumpur airport four years ago.
Sovereign Wealth Fund: If Nigeria were Malaysia
In 2016, the US Justice Department filed a complaint alleging that over $3.5 billion had been misappropriated, between 2009 and 2015, from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)
Malaysia under fire after controversial Myanmar deportation
Malaysia's government faced mounting criticism from opposition MPs and rights groups Wednesday over its decision to deport over 1,000 Myanmar nationals in defiance of a court order.
Former Malaysia first lady's graft trial to proceed
The corruption trial of Malaysia's scandal-plagued former first lady will proceed after a judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors had presented sufficient evidence to make a case, boosting efforts to bring her to justice.
Malaysian king declares state of emergency to fight virus
Malaysia's king Tuesday declared a nationwide state of emergency to fight a surge in coronavirus cases that threatens to overwhelm the country's healthcare system.