Stories By Melissa Goh
102 Jul 2015 Thu
Ministers meeting in Kuala Lumpur reach agreement during the Emergency ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Transnational Crime Concerning Irregular Movement of Persons in Southeast Asia.
201 Jul 2015 Wed
The emergency meeting is prompted by the migrant crisis that gripped many of its member countries in recent months.
326 Jun 2015 Fri
It is the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and in Malaysia, Rohingya refugees and asylum seekers are observing the fasting month. Many are thankful to be able to pray in peace alongside ethnic Malay Muslims, but they also hope to be given the right to work.
423 Jun 2015 Tue
Four-year-old Rohingya boy Ajis, who was sold for RM2,000 (about US$530) and smuggled across the border into Malaysia, is safe and well with his adoptive parents.
515 Jun 2015 Mon
Malaysian authorities believe the missing oil tanker Orkim Harmony, with its cargo of unleaded petrol worth US$5.6 million, could have been hijacked and taken to nearby Indonesian islands.
611 Jun 2015 Thu
Malaysian lawmakers have urged the country to toughen its stance against China following reports of the continued presence of Chinese Coast guard vessels in the disputed waters of the South China Sea.
710 Jun 2015 Wed
The Malaysian ringgit hit a multi-year low after concerns grew over 1MDB - a state investment fund that has chalked up US$11 billion of debts.
809 Jun 2015 Tue
Prime Minister Najib Razak says he intended to visit the quake-hit area earlier, but could not get out of his official visit to Saudi Arabia as ties between both countries is important.
903 Jun 2015 Wed
Surveillance along the Malaysian-Thai border is set to be beefed up by Malaysian authorities as they step up their fight against human trafficking and smuggling activities.
1030 May 2015 Sat
Malaysia wants international help for the migrants and refugees currently seeking shelter on its shores but is reluctant to open its doors to international organisations.