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Jho Low rubbishes Wall Street Journal report about China’s alleged role in 1MDB probe.
The by-election comes after a disastrous local election cycle where the pro-independence party lost heavily.
The Straits Times takes a look at three headlines that will shape Southeast Asia in 2019.
The emperor made his last speech before his pending abdication.
The death toll is expected to rise as rescuers reach remote areas.
Saudi Arabia, the United States, and Russia being notable exceptions to the plan.
A racist ad and Instagram post has prompted massive backlash at luxury brand Dolce and Gabbana in China.
Grab on Thursday announced a partnership with Thailand’s Kasikornbank to launch
Henry Kissinger said that US and Chinese trade negotiators should avoid getting bogged down in details and first explain to each other what objectives they are seeking to achieve.
Search and rescue crews are still searching the area using sonar to recover debris and material.
Anwar Ibrahim said that as long as the position of the Malay language as the national language is accepted without question, mastery of other languages should be supported.
The Oxfam report criticised Singapore for spending “well below countries such as South Korea and Thailand” on healthcare, education and social protection.
Limiting global warming to 1,5 degrees Celcius possible but will need unprecedented societal changes: UN panel.
The wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Rosmah Mansor, is arrested on corruption charges.
Tens of thousands of children are in an “extremely precarious” condition after last Friday’s earthquake in eastern Indonesia.
China has hit back with reciprocal tariffs after President Trump imposed tariffs on over $200 billion of Chinese goods.
Parti Keadilan Rakyat president says relationship with Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohammad amicable.
Despite typhoons and earthquakes, regular citizens attempt to go about their everyday lives.
A visit without Xi is now unlikely to achieve any positive results on the nuclear issue, say analysts.
Two Myanmar journalists were jailed for seven years each on Monday (Sept 3) for breaching the country’s official secrets act.
Flood-struck Kerala politicians say national pride should not be at expense of rehabilitation funds.
Singapore and Malaysia can pursue win-win cooperation and focus on their respective domestic priorities if bilateral relations are kept stable and close, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Indonesia’s resort islands of Bali and Lombok were rocked by a magnitude 7 earthquake on Sunday with scores dead and widespread property damage reported.
The two sides have agreed to formal texts to negotiate a long sought after code of conduct in the South China Sea.
The growing influence of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has meant that the threat of transnational terrorism erupting in the region has grown significantly.
Malaysia’s new government intends to rein in the country’s most powerful Islamic agency and its huge financial budget.
The Grab-Uber merger has implications for competition law and long-term commuting behaviour, and deserve careful scrutiny.
Kim is rumoured to have met Xi, even as China risks being sidelined in denuclearisation talks.