Malaysia

Families take their doubts on MH370 investigation to Boeing shareholders

Families of passengers on board flight MH370 are now turning to shareholders of aircraft manufacturer Boeing after failing to get any direct answers from Putrajaya and Malaysia Airlines to lingering questions over the investigation into the missing flight. Spearheading the effort is Sarah Bajc, partner of Philip Wood, who was on... Read More

A member of a Malaysian Muslim group among dozens who staged a protest outside the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur against the visit by US President Barack Obama to Malaysia, this afternoon. – The Malaysian Insider pic, April 25, 2014.

A member of a Malaysian Muslim group among dozens who staged a protest outside the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur against the visit by US President Barack Obama to Malaysia, this afternoon. – The Malaysian Insider pic, April 25, 2014.

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Relatives of Chinese MH370 passengers protest at Malaysian embassy in Beijing

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BY EILEEN NG

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In Malaysia visit, Obama revisits the ‘Asia pivot’

BY KEAN WONG, SPECIAL TO THE MALAYSIAN INSIDER

As the excitement swells ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit to Malaysia this weekend – if not on the... Read More

Search for MH370 likely to take years, says US official

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is likely to drag on for years, a senior US defence official... Read More

Court acquits PKR rep, rules not a crime to assemble peacefully

BY V. ANBALAGAN, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR

The Court of Appeal today struck out the charge against Selangor's deputy speaker Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad who was... Read More

Water price to go up 20% in Penang

BY LOOI SUE-CHERN

Penangites can expect to pay 20% more for water under new tariff rates proposed by the state’s water... Read More

Suhakam sees drop in complaints on human rights abuse, lowest in five years

BY SHERIDAN MAHAVERA

For the first time in five years, Malaysia's Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has received the lowest number... Read More

Bible ban in Pahang hotels draws flak

BY JENNIFER GOMEZ

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We ask no favours, and will ‘fight till the end’ to clear Karpal’s name, says Gobind

BY EILEEN NG

Karpal Singh's family does not expect any "favours" from Putrajaya in their appeal against the late lawyer and... Read More

PR would have suffered serious losses in 2013 polls if hudud was major issue, says DAP

BY LOOI SUE-CHERN

Pakatan Rakyat would have suffered devastating setbacks in Perak, Pahang, Negri Sembilan and Melacca if it had... Read More