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Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim plans to end his 30-year political career if he fails to unseat Prime Minister Najib Razak at the next election, he said.
There may be more millionaires in Malaysia now than before but they may not necessarily be feeling rich.
Malaysian women's groups have questioned a court's decision to free a national bowler who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl reportedly citing his “bright future.”
A 3-year-old Malaysian girl died of suffocation during a lengthy exorcism ritual in which seven family members and a maid piled on top of her, a police official said Tuesday.
A Malaysian opposition whistleblower was charged Wednesday over his role in exposing a scandal that has rocked the government, in a move the opposition said made a mockery of anti-graft promises.
Malaysian leader Najib Razak has announced a 2.2-billion-ringgit (US$693 million) payout for civil servants and retired government workers ahead of general elections widely expected this year, earning a rebuke from opposition lawmakers who called it an attempt to buy votes.
Prime Minister Najib Razak said Malaysia would repeal its dreaded colonial-era Sedition Act, which critics charged was abused to curb dissent, as the country heads for a tightly-fought election.
Malaysian custom authorities have seized 58 million ringgit (US$18 million) worth of illegal drugs from a shipping container from India in the country's biggest drugs bust in a decade, officials said Monday.
A scandal linking Malaysia's leader, a young woman's murder and alleged kickbacks in a French submarine deal has resurfaced as a potential danger for the government as elections loom.
Malaysia's eKasih project, a national poverty databank to provide aid to the poor, clinched the first prize in the United Nations Public Service Awards in New York.