Associated Press in Kuala Lumpur

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PM cuts short holiday to deal with Malaysia's worst floods in decades
Nations searching for missing flight MH370 to meet on way forward
Malaysian duo charged with abusing Indonesian maid
450 Myanmar asylum seekers reach Malaysia
8 British airmen buried in Malaysia after 67 years
Sister of sultan slur accused protests his innocence
Malaysian PM dissolves parliament for landmark polls

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak dissolved parliament on Wednesday in preparation for a general election seen as the toughest challenge yet for the ruling coalition after 56 years in power.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak dissolved parliament on Wednesday in preparation for a general election seen as the toughest challenge yet for the ruling coalition after 56 years in power.

Malaysian PM dissolves parliament for landmark polls
Malaysia frees 105 foreign maids held against will
Malaysian jailed in biggest seizure of tiger parts
Nine dead, 27 missing after second boat sinks off coast of Malaysia

Malaysia’s maritime agency says a boat carrying 27 Indonesians overturned off the country's west coast, the second such incident in as many days.

19 Jun 2014 - 10:23PM

Malaysia’s maritime agency says a boat carrying 27 Indonesians overturned off the country's west coast, the second such incident in as many days.

  Nine dead, 27 missing after second boat sinks off coast of Malaysia
Malaysia defends poll setup after massive opposition rally

Malaysia’s government defended the country’s electoral system as free and fair after a massive opposition rally demanded further transparency in general elections due in months.

13 Jan 2013 - 2:45PM

Malaysia’s government defended the country’s electoral system as free and fair after a massive opposition rally demanded further transparency in general elections due in months.

Malaysia defends poll setup after massive opposition rally
Thailand, Muslim militants agree to peace talks

Thailand’s government signed a breakthrough deal with Muslim insurgents for the first time ever on Thursday, agreeing to hold talks to ease nearly a decade of violence in the country’s southern provinces that has killed more than 5,000 people.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

Thailand’s government signed a breakthrough deal with Muslim insurgents for the first time ever on Thursday, agreeing to hold talks to ease nearly a decade of violence in the country’s southern provinces that has killed more than 5,000 people.

Thailand, Muslim militants agree to peace talks
Malaysian court frees 2 in Mongolian murder scandal
Interpol says suspected match-fixer flying to Milan
Malaysia PM prepares ruling party for elections
Malaysia's Anwar vows to present evidence of election fraud

Anwar Ibrahim vowed on Tuesday his Malaysian opposition would soon present evidence of government cheating in bitterly fought weekend elections as he called for a “fierce” campaign for electoral reform.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

Anwar Ibrahim vowed on Tuesday his Malaysian opposition would soon present evidence of government cheating in bitterly fought weekend elections as he called for a “fierce” campaign for electoral reform.

Malaysia's Anwar vows to present evidence of election fraud
8 British airmen buried in Malaysia after 67 years
Fabregas: ‘I want to stay at Barcelona’