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Latest Malaysia Items
At least 20,000 Malaysians defied government warnings by marching for electoral reforms Saturday, as police fired tear gas and detained more than 1,600 in the country's biggest political rally in four years.
Philippine President Benigno Aquino will travel to China this year despite heightened tensions over territorial claims in the South China Sea.
China recently has stepped up its flexing of big-power muscles on several fronts as Southeast Asian states challenge Beijing's sweeping claims of sovereignty over the resource-rich South China Sea.
Some of Bollywood's biggest stars gathered in Toronto on Thursday to kick off the 12th International Indian Film Academy weekend _ held for the first time on North American soil.
China is warning the United States to stay out of its dispute with five other nations over territorial rights in the South China Sea, an energy-rich region and major shipping route in Southeast Asia.
The teenager's eyes light up when she talks about her dream of traveling to Australia. Nyein Su Wai wants to see the "interesting animals" - koalas and kangaroos - but says she would be happiest about living without the constant fear she endures as a refugee in Malaysia.
Malaysian authorities have charged a second soccer coach in a widening scandal over match-fixing at a domestic youth tournament.
Hackers have disrupted dozens of Malaysian state-linked websites to protest a government crackdown on entertainment piracy.
Malaysia worked Wednesday to thwart a planned assault on the government's official website by international hacker vigilantes who accuse authorities in this Southeast Asian country of Internet censorship.