Police seize two computers, question journalists after report published on arrests of hundreds of undocumented migrants under guise of coronavirus regulations
The aging politician once referred to himself as a 'proud anti-Semite' and has regularly clashed - by proxy - with Israel
Sources say an unusual number of oil tankers have been sailing between the two countries, and that their alliance will provide Iran's economy with a source of oxygen
Led by a corrupt, proudly anti-Semitic prime minister who supports Islamist groups, Southeast Asian country's long-standing connection with Hamas gets a new twist
The Muslim country had recently moved to impose a blanket ban on all Israelis from entering for any event
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says Israelis will not be allowed to enter the country for any event
Sultan Muhammad V, ruler of northeast Kelantan state, was installed in December 2016 as one of Malaysia’s youngest constitutional monarchs
Mahathir Mohamad then questioned the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust on BBC's 'Hard Talk'
Independent investigation team says it does not believe pilot could have caused crash, but could not rule out 'unlawful interference by a third party'
Pyongyang barred Malaysians from leaving the country, and Malaysia has responded with a ban on North Koreans leaving its midst as well.
Until now, only two pieces of wreckage had been confirmed as being from the jet that disappeared in 2014.
Findings counter Moscow's suggestion that the plane, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was brought down by Ukraine's military rather than Russian separatists.
Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people on board on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.
When Obama welcomes Southeast Asian leaders for a shirt-sleeves summit in California, he'll have some interesting dining companions.
Airline safety has improved to the point where there are few fatal accidents, but flight security remains a concern.
Israelis will not attend important meet and the Malaysian foreign minster says lack of diplomatic ties with Israel might be the reason.
Najib Razak denies claims he met Israeli prime minister on purpose, labeling such claims as 'slander'.
But the question of why the aircraft vanished, along with 239 passengers on board, remains unclear.
Confirmation makes it more likely that remains come from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared in March 2014.
French authorities are studying the debris, which sources say comes from the same model plane, to determine a connection to Flight MH370.
Israel received update on the investigation as one of the victims of the 2014 crash was Israeli; Malaysia seeks UN resolution to hold accountable those responsible.
'If the aircraft is not found within the 60,000 square km, we have collectively decided to extend the search to another 60,000 square km within the highest probability area,' Transport Minister said.
New report on missing flight finds that plane's underwater locator beacon battery had expired.
Rescuers believe they have found the plane on the ocean floor off Borneo, after sonar detected a large, dark object near where debris and bodies found.
A look at Malaysia's air disasters this year.
For the first time since the 1990s, Indonesians, Malaysians and other extremists in Southeast Asia are traveling abroad in an organized fashion to join a global militant movement.
The shooting down of a Malaysian passenger jet over Ukraine, killing 298 people, raises new questions about the Ukrainian conflict and Moscow's role in arming the pro-Russian separatists - incident a likely turning point.
Russian president's support of Ukrainian separatists - the prime suspects in the shooting down of Flight MH17 - will cost him dearly.
Investigators say evidence suggests the airplane was deliberately diverted from its scheduled route before crashing into the Indian Ocean.
Investigators conclude the missing Malaysian Airlines flight is not where they have been searching.