Najib pledged there will be no cover-up in the investigation of a debt-laden state investment fund.
Critics criticized the move and warned the proposed laws could severely curtail civil liberties.
Preliminary information showed that the helicopter crashed and burst into flames in Semenyih town.
Malaysia’s government has proposed two new anti-terror laws that reintroduce indefinite detention without trial.
Anwar’s family condemned the arrest, saying it was “nothing short of intimidation and an abuse of power.”
The number of deaths in jetliner disasters spiked last year despite there being fewer accidents in total, says international
Voice 370 is hosting a “Day of Remembrance” at a mall in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
Islamic spiritual leader who helped bolster unity in Malaysia’s opposition bloc and a key advocate of Islamic law died on Friday.
Anwar denied the charge that led to his second conviction for sodomy and said it was politically motivated.
Anirban Lahiri secured his breakthrough European Tour title by overhauling Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.
Razak and Widodo revealed the plans in a joint press briefing after talks earlier in the day.
Bad weather and strong undersea currents has slowed the SAR operations since the Airbus 320-200 crashed in the Java Sea.
Heredia says the event will facilitate more exchange programmes within the participating countries.
Gandhi hasn’t seen her child since, even though a Malaysian civil court awarded her custody.
The migrant workers turned violent at the factory run by a Malaysian firm JCY International.