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Malaysia’s Anwar claims majority after vote, but rival does not concede
Analysts have warned that the multi-racial country could face political instability if there is no clear winner
Catholic bishop urges Malaysians to follow conscience in electing leaders ahead...
“When we elect corrupt politicians we become accomplices"
Bitter harvest: Malaysian palm oil farmers face labor crunch
The sector has long been reliant on migrants from neighboring Indonesia for back-breaking plantation work
Abuse survivor’s ordeal sheds light on Malaysia ‘unilateral conversions’
The issue has become another battleground between increasingly vocal Islamist hardliners and those seeking to defend the rights of minorities
Malaysia to abolish mandatory death penalty
Further study would be conducted on what sentences could be substituted for the death penalty
‘Surprise’ urban Malaysia floods drive pleas for climate action
Climate change played a role in the severity of the rains and floods, but other factors also contributed to the damage
Stop ‘madness of violence and war,’ say bishops of Malaysia, Singapore,...
Media reports on Wednesday said Russian forces have intensified bombardment of Ukraine’s biggest cities
12,000 displaced by floods in Malaysia
The tropical Southeast Asian nation was hit by bouts of bad weather over the weekend, as continuous rain swamped towns on the east coast
Indonesia rejects Rohingya refugees, sends stricken boat to Malaysia
At least 100 mostly women and children aboard a wooden vessel said to be taking on water were denied refuge
27 dead, 70,000 displaced in Malaysian floods
This year's floods were the worst since 2014 when over 100,000 people were forced from their homes