Malaysian police have arrested 10 people on suspicion of aiding militants.
A Malaysian artist and prominent opposition activist was jailed for a month.
Kuala Lumpur is in talks with Thailand over the fate of 11 Uighur Muslims held.
Cambodian mixed martial artist Khon Sichan will make his long awaited return to the cage to face Indonesia’s Riski Umar.
An EU decision to curb palm oil imports was the last thing Razak needed before election.
On the congested streets of Kuala Lumpur, pedestrians usually find themselves at the bottom of the pecking order.
A checklist for spotting gays is published by a popular Malaysian newspaper.
Only about half of 150 countries have adopted laws governing urban development.
PT Singam looks at the growth of Western Australia, Australia’s western gateway to Asia that has evolved from a backwater to an economic powerhouse.
Campaigners in the Philippines are using a smartphone app to send users to locations with condom dispensers in a bid to promote safe sex.
Shubhankar Sharma fired 10 birdies to stun crowds and secure a two-shot win at the $3 million Maybank Championship.
In tropical Malaysia and Singapore, Winter Olympics medals are rarer than snowflakes.
China’s rising golf sensation Li Haotong hopes his life-changing win over Rory McIlroy will pave the way for another title quest.
Aisyah is accused with Huong, of killing Kim Jong-nam by smearing his face with VX.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says he was waiting for inspiration to decide the right time to call a general election.
Energy demand from Asean countires climbed 70% from 2000 to 2016.
Kim Jong-nam met a United States national at a Malaysian island hotel days before his sensational killing.
Personal details of over 200,000 Malaysian organ donors and their next of kin have been leaked.
The trial of two women accused of murdering the half-brother of N.K. leader Kim Jong-un resumed in Malaysia.
Southeast Asian plastic recyclers are getting ready to benefit from China’s ban on imported plastic waste.