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A Malaysian court on Thursday charged a student activist with sedition, and police arrested three others, including two opposition politicians, on the same charge in what critics decried as a crackdown on dissent.
Malaysia activist charged with sedition; three others held

 

A Malaysian court on Thursday sentenced a lawyer and three farm workers to death over the gruesome murder of a glamorous cosmetics tycoon and her three associates.
 

A Malaysian court on Thursday sentenced a couple to 24 years in jail for starving their Cambodian maid to death, one of many such abuse cases straining ties between the country and its neighbors.
 

Malaysia's leader named a new Cabinet on Wednesday in an effort to restore confidence in a long-ruling coalition that won national elections last week with a smaller majority.
Malaysian Cabinet named to boost confidence

 

A boat carrying about 100 Rohingya Muslims capsized off western Myanmar with many feared drowned at the start of a mass evacuation from low-lying regions ahead of an approaching storm, a U.N. official said on Tuesday.
Boat carrying 100 Rohingya Muslims capsizes

 

Reformist Myanmar President Thein Sein will visit the White House next week, the first such trip by a Myanmar head of state in almost 47 years and a sign of warming ties.
 

Police said Thursday they may pursue sedition charges against speakers at a mass rally organized by Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to protest against alleged election fraud.
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Malaysia rally speakers may face sedition charges: police

 

The first task for Prime Minister Najib Razak is to form the Cabinet. And we can expect the process to be different this time.
 

Malaysia's opposition vowed Wednesday to go ahead with a protest rally against weekend elections that it says were tainted by massive fraud, despite police declaring the gathering illegal.
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Malaysia opposition to defy ban on election rally

 

Malaysia's Chinese minority has for decades gone about its business and left leadership to a Malay-dominated regime, but in weekend polls they deserted it in what the premier called a “Chinese tsunami.”
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