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Unable to quell growing public anger, Malaysian education minister falls on...

Given a poisoned chalice, Maszlee Malik’s fall from grace was always on the cards

Malaysia’s water troubles part of a broader challenge

Malaysian authorities demonstrate ongoing failure to grasp the concept of providing continuous clean, running water to the population

Death keeps its sting in the court of Malaysian public opinion

Govt faces a struggle to repeal capital punishment, despite its increasing unpopularity for some crimes

Komunisme tidak cocok di Malaysia

Beberapa bulan yang lalu, sekelompok warga senior Malaysia menyelundupkan sesuatu melintasi perbatasan Thailand dan membawanya ke negara bagian utara Perak. Kemudian, beberapa minggu yang lalu,...

Communism no match for race in Malaysia

A symbolic act of ideology tears open the wrong wound in a country where skin color is the political currency

Malaysian police draw thin blue line in the sand over reform

Govt failure to table a key bill for civilian oversight of the police is another setback for transparency and basic human rights

The wild west of Malaysia’s tahfiz religious schools

Despite their fair share of scandals, they are operating without licence nor accountability

Enam pria Malaysia dipenjara karena tidak sholat Jum’at

Enam pria Muslim di negara bagian Terengganu yang konservatif di bagian timur laut Malaysia telah dijatuhi hukuman satu bulan penjara karena tidak mengikuti shalat...

Six Muslim men jailed for missing Friday prayers in Malaysia

Critics say the case demonstrates that Malaysia’s tolerant interpretation of Islam is being eaten away

Former Malaysian PM Najib takes stand in 1MDB scandal-linked trial

In the witness box, Najib read out his written testimony which was 243 pages long

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