Former Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak won the High Court’s approval today for a handwriting expert to authenticate his signatures on documents tendered as evidence in his trial for misappropriating RM42 million (about $10.3 million) from SRC International Sdn Bhd.
Kuala Lumpur is aiming to attract and streamline Chinese investment.
The Attorney General’s Chambers classified the case as requiring no further action.
Malaysia’s former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s lawyers are considering taking legal action against the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
Malaysia’s disgraced ex-leader Najib Razak allegedly sought help from Abu Dhabi’s crown prince to conceal wrongdoing linked to a multi-billion-dollar graft scandal, recordings released Wednesday by investigators showed.
The fugitive Malaysian financier at the centre of a multi-billion-dollar corruption scandal insisted he had not led the plundering of the 1MDB fund, a report said Monday.
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak on Monday decried as complete fabrication a former elite policeman’s shocking statutory declaration (SD) that he gave an order to kill a Mongolian mother of two, Altantuya Shaariibuu, in 2006 when he was deputy prime minister.
Malaysia has reported its first polio case in 27 years.
The victory of the Pakatan Harapan coalition in last year’s Malaysian general elections – the country’s first change of government via an electoral process – raised widespread expectations for long-suppressed reform.
Najib Razak takes the stand to defend his conduct in the 1MDB scandal.
The much talked-about third bridge linking Malaysia to Singapore will likely be decided only after a comprehensive research is carried out on its necessity to alleviate traffic congestion into Johor state, Malaysia’s home minister said on Sunday.
The death of a teenage Dutch model who fell naked from an upmarket apartment, allegedly after drug-fuelled group sex, is being treated as murder, Malaysian police said.
A newly-created football team in Siem Reap partnerships with two Malay companies.
Najib Razak’s first trial linked to the 1MDB scandal will proceed.
The decision by the Indonesian and Malaysian governments to allow fugitive Cambodian politicians to use their countries as political platforms against the Cambodian government is a clear violation of the non-interference principle of Asean.
Malaysian police have found out that 1MDB fugitive financier Jho Low’s was buying real estate in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus, its top cop Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador disclosed Wednesday.
Jho Low has struck a settlement to forfeit assets worth $700 million: US Justice Dep.
Malaysia’s mammoth palm oil sector faces a new threat after Indian traders were asked to halt purchases amid a diplomatic row over Kashmir, piling further pressure on the industry as Europe also plans cutbacks.
Razak’s lead defence lawyer defends his refusal to lodge the police report.
A luxury yacht linked to Malaysia’s multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal is back on the market just months after the government sold it, reportedly for a higher price.
Malaysia will benefit from Indonesia’s decision to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo island, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya told the Dewan Rakyat.
Malaysian lawmakers vote to repeal the controversial law that punished spreading “fake news” with prison.
Malaysia’s parliament convened on Monday after a two-month adjournment with the proposed abolition of the death penalty and the Defense White Paper among other matters high on the agenda between Oct 7 and Dec 5.
The Malaysian government yesterday replaced the Domestic Security Policy with the updated Public Security and Safety Policy in order to meet the growing challenges brought about by the digital age.
Malaysians concerned with persistent cost of living pressures and rising inequality have felt little relief from populist adjustments to consumption taxes and fuel subsidies.
Nearly 2,500 Malaysian schools are closed due to toxic haze from Indonesia’s fires.
Indonesia’s environment minister said on Friday some forest fires in its territory had started on land used by subsidiaries of Malaysian companies, as the neighbors traded blame for blazes that have spread haze across the region.
A Philippines official’s remark claiming that Sabah belongs to the republic could be a calculated move to “exploit” the East Malaysian state’s strained relationship with Putrajaya, several international affairs observers have suggested.
Malaysia steps up pressure on Indonesia to tackle the huge blazes.
Malaysia’s first couple, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah paid a three day official visit to Cambodia early last week.