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Town hall by former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad marred by violence

A town hall meeting with former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who now heads an opposition coalition, has been marred by violence, with several people hurling flares, chairs and shoes at the stage.

U-19 Asia Cup moves out of India after Pakistan's objection; Malaysia to host 8-team tournament

U-19 Asia Cup moves out of India after Pakistan's objection; Malaysia to host 8-team tournament

The tournament will feature eight teams, with four - Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka - qualifying automatically. It will now be held in November.

Malaysia foils bid to smuggle 'bearded dragons'

If found guilty of breaking wildlife protection laws, the trio -- who were arrested Thursday -- could be jailed for up to 10 years.

United States wanted terror leader may have fled to Philippine city: Army

Isnilon Hapilon, a veteran Filipino militant said to be the leader of the Islamic State (IS) group in Southeast Asia, has not been seen in the battle zone in Marawi City, said Lieutenant General Carlito Galvez, head of the military's Western Mindanao Command.

Jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim withdraws as PM candidate

Jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim withdraws as PM candidate

Jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said on Saturday he would not be a candidate for prime minister in elections due by mid-2018.

Wreckage of missing Malaysian fighter jet found

Wreckage of missing Malaysian fighter jet found

The wreckage of a Malaysian fighter jet which crashed a day ago was found on Friday, the air force said on Friday. 

Malaysia rejects US claims over assets said stolen from 1MDB

Overall, the Justice Department alleges that more than USD 4.5 billion has been stolen from the fund.

Flight makes emergency landing at Chennai airport

A city-bound Malaysian carrier flight with 141 passengers made an emergency landing at the airport here following a technical 'snag', airport officials said on Sunday.

I was deported because Malaysia considered me a 'security threat': Vaiko

I was deported because Malaysia considered me a 'security threat': Vaiko

MDMK chief and ex-lawmaker Vaiko, who arrived here after not being allowed to enter Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur to attend a marriage, claimed on Saturday that he was deported because he was considered "a security threat" by the Malaysian authorities due to his links with the LTTE.

 

Death of nine Filipinos over 2013 Malaysia invasion

The assault, Malaysia`s most serious security crisis in years, led to a siege between the militants and the country`s armed forces who were sent to root them out. 

Mohun Bagan confirm participation in Indian football stakeholders's meeting

Mohun Bagan confirm participation in Indian football stakeholders's meeting

East Bengal had earlier confirmed its participation in the stakeholders meeting at AFC headquarters.

Malaysia Airlines jet turns back after bomb scare

The Kuala Lumpur-bound flight MH 128 was forced to return and make an emergency landing 30 minutes after it took off from Tullamarine Airport late last night.

Women accused of Kim Jong-Nam murder appear in court

Malaysian police accuse the women of wiping the banned nerve agent VX on Kim`s face as he was about to board a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Macau.

Kim Jong Nam murder case moves to Malaysian high court

The two women are accused of smearing Kim`s face with VX nerve agent, a chemical described by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction.
 

Nine Malaysian Navy men missing, boat loses contact

Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday called for strengthened effort to find one officer and eight navy personnel who have been missing since Saturday, Xinhua news agency reported.

Kim Jong Nam murder suspects fear 'trial by ambush', lawyer tells court

The two women charged with killing the estranged half-brother of North Korea`s leader appeared in a Malaysian court in bullet-proof vests on Thursday, as one of their lawyers warned they feared "trial by ambush" with police not sharing evidence.

Malaysia may have compromised Kim Jong Nam case: Lawyer

A lawyer for one of the women accused of murdering North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half brother with a chemical nerve agent said on Wednesday that Malaysia has potentially compromised the case and that he's afraid his client will become a scapegoat.

Malaysia decides not to criminalise child marriage

A Malaysian MP said girls as young as nine were "physically and spiritually" ready for marriage, as the Muslim-majority Southeast Asian country passed a law on sexual offences against children without criminalising child marriage.

Malaysians' emotional return from Pyongyang in Kim body swap

Kuala Lumpur: Nine Malaysians freed by Pyongyang made an emotional return home Friday, after Kuala Lumpur sent back the body of the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader to end a bitter diplomatic feud.