North Korea bans Malaysians from leaving
The fallout from the killing of Kim Jong-nam, the half brother of the North Korean leader in Kuala Lumpur continues.
Najib Razak: Malaysian government accused of media clampdown
One of the most serious allegations facing a world leader are those of personal corruption against the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. Last year it was revealed that his personal bank account held a staggering $681 million. Under pressure Razak set up an inquiry which found he’d done nothing wrong and that the money was…
MH370: plane window also found on Reunion Island
Confirming that a wing part found on a Reunion Island beach earlier in the week is from missing flight MH370, the Malaysian transport minister says that a plane window has also been discovered.
MH370: debris almost certainly from a Boeing 777
Missing Malaysian airliner MH370 is the only 777 ever to be lost in the southern hemisphere and Malaysian experts have been sent to Reunion Island to investigate debris washed up on a beach.
Eleanor Hawkins: ‘I am truly sorry’ for mountain strip
British backpacker Eleanor Hawkins has apologised for stripping on a Malaysian mountain top and for causing any offence to local people who considered the mountain sacred.
Exposed: why naked photos offended many in Malaysia
When travelling abroad it is a good idea not to make the locals mad. A lesson learned, perhaps, by four backpackers who pleaded guilty to committing an “obscene act in a public place” in Malaysia.
Malaysia Airlines flight makes emergency landing
A Malaysia Airlines plane returns safely to Melbourne airport, having turned back within minutes of take-off after an engine fire alert.
Naked backpacker given three days in jail and fine
Eleanor Hawkins, blamed for triggering an earthquake by posing naked on Malaysia’s Mount Kinabalu, is fined £1,000 and sentenced to three days in jail.
Tourist ‘sorry’ for nude Malaysia summit picture
The father of Eleanor Hawkins, the British backpacker blamed for triggering an earthquake by allegedly posing naked on Malaysia’s Mount Kinabalu, says she knows what she did was “disrespectful”.
Malaysia's human traffickers adapt to survive – and are back in business
Speed boats ferry people to shore from a giant ship hovering off the coast after the ransom is paid – and those who die onboard are simply tipped over the side.
Malaysia graves: grim secrets of trafficking camps revealed
Channel 4 News along with photo-journalist Raul Gallego Abellan travel deep into the jungle to the Malaysian trafficking camps after mass graves were uncovered along the border.
Malaysia finds 139 graves in abandoned trafficking camps
Malaysian authorities discover signs of torture and graves with multiple bodies in more than two dozen abandoned camps linked to human trafficking.
Malaysia finds mass graves of ‘migrants’ near Thai border
Mass graves and suspected human trafficking detention camps have been discovered by Malaysian police in towns and villages bordering Thailand, the country’s home minister says.
Rohingya will not be saved by the new 'no push-back' policy
As odious as the business of smuggling people across the Andaman Sea is, the traffickers and the “boat people” fleeing Burma and Bangladesh share a common cause.
Nightmare at sea ends for the 'green boat' migrants
The mystery of the ‘green boat’ was solved this morning when 400-odd occupants of a rickety fishing trawler turned up on the Indonesian coast in the early hours of this morning.