Stories By Melissa Goh
125 Jul 2014 Fri
Malaysia's Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said on Friday (July 25) that the Malaysian team sent to Ukraine to help in investigations into the crash of MH17 has finished gathering data from the crash site.
224 Jul 2014 Thu
After days of expressing hope that the bodies of those on board MH17 would be sent back to Malaysia before the Eid celebration on Monday, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has warned that the painstaking process of identifying the victims could take weeks, or even months.
322 Jul 2014 Tue
Hundreds of Malaysians, led by the youth wings of the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition, protested against the lack of cooperation among the Russian and Ukraine authorities in the aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash.
420 Jul 2014 Sun
"We lost 21 crew members in a very short time. Yes, we are affected. We've received reports that some are unable to fly because they have been affected mentally," said Mr Ismail Nasaruddin, president of the National Union of Flight Attendants.
516 Jul 2014 Wed
A curfew will be imposed along the porous coastline of Malaysia's eastern state of Sabah, among other measures to enhance security after gunmen killed a policeman and kidnapped another on Mabul island.
610 Jul 2014 Thu
In Malaysia, reactions to the Indonesian election were mixed as to who will be a better candidate when it comes to bilateral and ASEAN relations.
708 Jul 2014 Tue
Malaysia is revamping its security command in the eastern state of Sabah, following a recent spate of cross border kidnappings. Prime Minister Najib Razak has put a new commander in charge of security and defence in the area to streamline operations.
802 Jul 2014 Wed
Malaysian police have released five photos of wanted Malaysian militants believed to be hiding in the southern Philippines. Among them -- a lecturer from the University of Malaya, Dr Mahmud Ahmad, also known as Abu Handzalah.
930 Jun 2014 Mon
Jill Ireland’s Christian CDs, which contained the word "Allah", were seized in 2008. This case was heard in court on Monday, barely a week after Malaysia's highest court rejected a Catholic weekly's final bid to appeal against the ban on its use of the Arabic word for "God".
1027 Jun 2014 Fri
Malaysia's police chief has denied that there are training camps in the country for Islamic militants.