Thousands of tons of plastic "recycling" have been sent to Malaysia from the U.S., the U.K., Australia, Europe, Japan and elsewhere. It's time these nations stepped up to help deal with their own waste.
"New demons just keep coming," said reality-show imam PU Syed Bakri, who also attacked K-Pop boyband Nu'est.
Customs agents seized 5,255 baby red-eared slider turtles they found in suitcases belonging to two Indian men, who claimed they were selling the reptiles as pets.
Kim Jong Nam was assassinated with a nerve agent in February 2017, reportedly after having met with his CIA contact in Malaysia.
Siti Aisyah, an Indonesian national, was freed after Malaysian prosecutors withdraw charges against her.
"I don't think we have anything like that in our country," Mohamaddin Ketapi, Malaysia's travel minister said, referencing gay people.
The couple were detained by Malaysian police over the alleged abuse.
More than 1,000 people turned up to the event to claim just 200 free meal coupons.
Najib Razak could be sentenced to more than 200 years in jail if found guilty of the 38 charges brought against him to date.
President Donald Trump said he only believed the polls in which he was winning: "Other than that, they're the fake news poll. Fake news. Fake news."
More than 500 people gathered to pay respects to the divers during prayers this week.
The young woman, 22, broke down into tears during the caning, while the older woman, 32, showed no reaction.
"To me, it is a helpless day as doors are shut," said one family member.
Hundreds of millions of dollars was seized from properties linked to the former prime minister.
Police seized from his properties 1,400 necklaces, 567 handbags, 23 watches, 2,200 rings, 1,600 brooches and 14 tiaras.
He is one step away from getting asylum in Canada, but as delays mounted, NASA's Mars mission began to feel more realistic.
A State Department transcript of a Mike Pompeo briefing said it was delivered in "Singapore, Malaysia."
Anwar was jailed in 2015 on what he says were fake charges intended to end his political career.
A 46-year-old man was sentenced to a week in jail and fined over $2,000.
Fadi Mohammad al-Batsh, 35, was shot dead by motorcycle gunmen in a suburb of Kuala Lumpur.
"I feel lonely, weak, unwanted and rejected. No one is accepting me," Hassan al-Kontar said.
The bill proposed jail sentences and hefty fines for anyone found guilty of publishing fake news.