Vietnam asks Malaysia to treat Vietnamese fishermen humanely Politics

Vietnam asks Malaysia to treat Vietnamese fishermen humanely

Vietnam has asked Malaysia to treat detained Vietnamese fishermen humanely and handle issues relating to Vietnamese fishermen and fishing vessels in line with international law, taking into account that the two countries boast a strategic partnership and are members of ASEAN, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang said.
Vietnam requests Malaysia to investigate Vietnamese fisherman’s death Society

Vietnam requests Malaysia to investigate Vietnamese fisherman’s death

The Consular Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contacted the Malaysian Embassy in Hanoi and expressed deep concern over Malaysian law enforcement forces’ chasing of Vietnamese fishing that led to the death of a Vietnamese fisherman, according to the ministry’s spokeswoman.
Malaysia: People’s attitude key to COVID-19 prevention World

Malaysia: People’s attitude key to COVID-19 prevention

The public's compliance with instructions and policies of the authorities in COVID-19 prevention and control is key for Malaysia in the face of the pandemic's complicated developments, wrote an article of the Bernama news agency.
Malaysia seizes over 243 million USD from Chinese firm World

Malaysia seizes over 243 million USD from Chinese firm

Malaysian authorities have seized more than 1 billion ringgit (243.25 million USD) from a bank account of the China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Ltd (CPP), a unit of state energy giant China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC).
Malaysia posts record pangolin seizure World

Malaysia posts record pangolin seizure

Malaysian authorities have seized 30 tonnes of pangolins and their scales, valued at some 2 million USD, during raids on a factory and a warehouse in Sabah state.
Malaysia considers applying curfew for young people World

Malaysia considers applying curfew for young people

Malaysian authorities are considering the possibility of setting a time limit for young people under 18 to be out of their houses without adult supervision to protect them from negative activities and influences.
Malaysia’s Najib and ally charged in 1.6-billion-USD graft case World

Malaysia’s Najib and ally charged in 1.6-billion-USD graft case

Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak and an ally on October 25 were charged with allegedly looting USD 1.6 billion of public money, the latest accusations against him in the case associated with the scandal-plagued 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fund.