Stories By Melissa Goh
130 Nov 2015 Mon
Malaysia has called for a stronger cooperation with the Philippines to neutralise imminent terror threats following intelligence reports that Islamic State militants were trying to unite militants in the region.
228 Nov 2015 Sat
Malaysia says it will submit a plan with specific targets to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change before the Paris conference next week.
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Analysts say although national utility company Tenaga Nasional Berhad lost the bid, its shares rallied as the market was relieved.
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On Sunday (Nov 22), leaders of ASEAN and their dialogue partners will witness the signing of the Kuala Lumpur Declaration on the establishment of the ASEAN Community.
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Although multi-national crackdowns on human trafficking have shrunk the number of migrants in the Andaman Sea, people smugglers still continue their businesses on land.
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Malaysia deployed soldiers in its capital city on Friday (Nov 20), taking extra security precautions amid unconfirmed reports of an "imminent terrorist threat" ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival for a regional summit.
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Malaysia and the United States agreed to share their biometric database containing details of more than one million suspects of terrorism and other serious crimes.
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The roll-out of a single ASEAN Community by 2015 is just the beginning of work to deepen regional integration and community building.
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The four Malaysians and one Indonesian are said to have links with Islamic State and another regional terror network known as Iman Mah-di.
1008 Nov 2015 Sun
On the eve of historic elections in Myanmar, a former UN special envoy to the country has called on all sides to better manage their expectations amid the excitement.