Philippine Islamists are threatening to kill a Malaysian captive after his family failed to raise ransom money, a news report said yesterday. The wife of Chan Sai Chiun, 32, said the Abu Sayyaf rebels holding her husband expressed their impatience...
The Islamic State's jihadist appeal is fanning fears that it could serve as a potent new rallying cry for Southeast Asian extremists who had been largely brought to heel following past deadly terror attacks.
The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has entered a new phase this week almost seven months after the jet went missing, with two specialist ships joining the hunt.
Transgenders in the Islamic country face harassment, social ostracism and sexual abuse at the hand of authorities
Malaysia's transgender population faces systematic repression, harassment and mistreatment, and the government must immediately repeal laws that criminalise their lifestyles, Human Rights Watch said yesterday.
As the air strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) targets continue, a parallel battle of sorts is taking place in cyberspace.
Now 69, Palmer, daughter of a British overseas employee, remembers her childhood in Malaya
Taking something little and turning it into an airline as big as any other - that is the achievement Aziz Abdul Rahman is most proud of.
Malaysian Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein is going to Ukraine to discuss the safe passage of another Malaysian team to scour the crash site of Flight MH17.
Family members of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are still seeking answers and closure six months after the plane's disappearance.