Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak says he shouldn’t be blamed for the multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal.
Malaysian authorities are considering charging former PM with money laundering.
The US State Department mistakenly made Singapore part of Malaysia in a note in connection with Tuesday’s summit.
Malaysia’s attorney general says he received investigation papers relating to state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad.
Malaysia will reopen its embassy in Pyongyang, says PM Mahathir Mohamad.
Wing Specialised Bank last week announced a new partnership to expand the reach of its products and services.
Malaysian PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad says his country will remain friendly with China.
Mahathir is set to woo investors and offer business deals during a trip to Japan.
Malaysia may revoke the death sentence on fugitive policeman who is convicted of the 2006 murder of a Mongolian mode.
Pestech is granted approval in principle to list on the Cambodia Stock Exchange.
Malaysians see allegedly high-spending wife Rosmah Mansor submitting herself to questioning at the anti-graft agency.
Malaysia’s finance minister announces plans to report to the anti-graft agency upfront payments of billions of ringgit.
Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has accepted the resignation of the central bank governor.
Malaysia to investigate alleged corruption during the purchase of French submarines.
Najib Razak’s wife arrives at the headquarters of the anti-graft commission.
Malaysia’s rulers agree to the government’s choice of a non-Muslim attorney-general.
While a ‘people’s tsunami’ is not expected in Singapore, changes in Malaysia, however, could also lead to awkward questions for Singapore, argues Kirsten Han.
Malaysia detains 15 suspected Islamist militants including a teenager and a housewife.
Malaysia is investigating 1MDB scandal with Singapore to retrieve funds believed to have been misappropriated, it said.
The ICJ drops a long-running territorial dispute between Malaysia and Singapore.