Mass graves found in Malay-Thai border ASEAN

Mass graves found in Malay-Thai border

Malaysia police said on August 23 that they had found mass graves containing the remains of 24 people believed to be human trafficking victims in ​ Burma area near the border with Thailand.

Malaysia: Police burst international drug ring

The Malaysian Police busted one of the biggest international drug rings in the last five years, with the arrest of 17 of its members and the seizure of 370 kg of drugs with street value worth USD 14.3 million.

Embassy works to help Vietnam women rescued in Malaysia

The Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia is working with the Malaysian side in a case relating to the recent rescue of 136 Vietnamese women from a nightclub in Kuala Lumpur. At a regular press conference of the Foreign Ministry in Hanoi on January 8, the Ministry’s Deputy Spokesperson Pham Thu Hang reported that the Ministry instructed the Embassy to promptly coordinate with relevant Malaysian agencies to verify the case as well as identifying those involved before bringing them home.
Malaysia arrests 13 IS-linked suspects World

Malaysia arrests 13 IS-linked suspects

Malaysian Police have detained 13 Malaysians suspected to be linked to the militant group Islamic State (IS) group in Iraq, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said.

Malaysia escalates search for lost jet

The Malaysian Prime Minister has called his Australian and Chinese counterparts in the past 24 hours to coordinate the ongoing search for a Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing with 239 passengers and crew members on March 8, acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein has revealed.
Malaysia authorities search house of MH 370 captain World

Malaysia authorities search house of MH 370 captain

Malaysian police on March 15 searched the house of Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the 53-year-old captain of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370, in a hope of finding evidence to aid the ongoing investigation into the fate and whereabouts of the aircraft.

Malaysian charged for human trafficking

The People’s Court of the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on August 20 sentenced Farid Bin Abdullah, a Malaysian, to 16 years in prison for his involvement in a cross-border human trafficking case.