Malaysia rejects Vietnam’s request to free Doan Thi Huong.
President Moon Jae-inn is paying a state visit to Cambodia today after his trip to Brunei and Malaysia.
Malaysia deports six Egyptians and a Tunisian over links to Islamist militant groups.
So why now, after resisting membership for more than 20 years, has Malaysia decided to join the International Criminal Court? Renee Jeffrey explains this change of heart.
Chinese companies ink several documents on the purchase of palm oil with Malaysian manufacturers.
Malaysia’s fourth largest financial services group, RHB Bank Indochina Bank Limited, handed out big prizes to the winners of RHB Better Home, Better Life and RHB Moha Samnang Depositcampaigns on March 1 at its main office in Phnom Penh
Public Bank reported pre-tax profit of 7.10 billion ringgit last year.
The celebrations haven’t ended yet as the Embassy of Malaysia in Phnom Penh gathered Malaysian expatriates and guests for a vibrant and meaningful Chinese New Year revelry at the weekend.
To strengthen its mission in improving fisheries and aquaculture, WorldFish is currently holding a six-day conference in Penang, Malaysia.
It took her sometime to register what was informed to her and she burst up into tears when other reporters called her and told the same.
Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah was sworn in as Malaysia’s 16th king.
A territorial dispute is the latest in a series of irritants that have become a feature of Singapore–Malaysia relations since Mahathir Mohamad resumed power as prime minister.
The International Paralympic Committee strips Malaysia of the right to host the 2019 world para swimming championships.
Malaysia names Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah as the country’s 16th King.
Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah will be proclaimed the central state’s next Ruler.
Malaysia’s King Sultan Muhammad V has resigned.
Malaysia’s Customs Department seize 20 tons of illegal fireworks.
The smoking ban at all food establishments came into effect at midnight.
Clive Kessler looks at 2018, in Malaysia, when the new Pakatan Harapan government – a coalition of four political parties – was unexpectedly elected to power on May 9.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which is the new acronym for the earlier botched Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), might pose serious problems for Asean countries that are signing up to this major trade and investment deal.
Nurul Izzah Anwar’s announcement of her immediate resignation from the PKR vice-presidency has sent shockwaves within the Pakatan Harapan coalition.
National Police are seeking the extradition of two persons, one from Malaysia and the other from Laos, accused of scamming more than 7,000 Cambodians of more than $60 million in a Ponzi scheme, an official said yesterday.
Thousands of Vietnamese football fans celebrate their country’s win AFF final.
Agnes Alpuerto goes to Malaysia’s storied state, Malacca, and gets to see how it has kept its history alive while hopping into modernity and progress.
Despite the flurry of reforms, announcements, prosecutions and policy changes since the election, most legal changes – such as abolition of the death penalty – remain to be implemented in Malaysia.
Malaysian police detain 7 individuals on suspicion of involvement with terrorist groups.
In order to ensure the rights and safety of migrant workers in Malaysia, two Cambodian recruitment associations today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with three associations from Malaysia at the Labour Ministry.
Getting a heart attack may necessitate a bypass surgery. In my country Malaysia, the cost of such bypass surgery is about $10,500. The figure is far higher in Singapore.
Anwar Ibrahim is officially elected president of Keadilan, the party he founded nearly 20 years ago, and also had won hands down in a by-election in Port Dickson, giving him a parliament seat.