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| February 22, 2016
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NGO slams “repeat offender” Universiti Malaya for punishing students using the University and University Colleges Act (UUCA). More ››

| August 22, 2014
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Human Rights Watch makes a call against caning as appeal begins in Yong Vui Kong's case. More ››

| June 10, 2014
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Human Rights Watch says the case against Teresa Kok should be dropped More ››

May 28, 2014
Phil Robertson

Human Rights Watch says the return of three at-risk Tamils violates Malaysia’s international obligations. More ››

| April 2, 2014
POLIS PDRM

Police abuse of power remains rampant, the international NGO reports. More ››

January 21, 2014
UPDATED
Human Rights

Malaysia in 2013 was marked by Najib promising legal reforms before the GE and restoring repressive laws after it. More ››

October 21, 2013
Phil Robertson

Human Rights Watch accuses the government of flipping the switch off on basic freedoms by threatening to jail someone... More ››

October 9, 2013
Zahid Hamidi Najib Tun Razak

Human Rights Watch wants Najib to remove Zahid for disregarding right to life and racial claims. Also, DAP's Segambut... More ››

September 17, 2013
ANWAR SAIFUL

Anwar never should have been charged in the first place because consensual sexual relations between adults should never be... More ››

| June 7, 2013
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“But if we were to get a request, then yes, we will be there,” says Andrew Khoo, co-chairperson... More ››

| June 5, 2013
505 Rally

Human Rights Watch calls on the government to stop prosecuting the 'Blackout 505' rally organisers. More ››

| April 11, 2013
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It allows for restrictions on freedom of expression beyond those allowed by international standards, says NGO More ››

| February 4, 2013
Phil Robertson

Human Rights Watch says it is unlawful for any country to return individuals to a place where they... More ››

February 1, 2013
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Rights to free expression and peaceful assembly take hits in Human Rights Watch's annual report on Malaysia. More ››

| December 5, 2012
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Human Rights Watch says Najib contradicts himself by promoting diversity but at the same time discriminating the lesbian, gay,... More ››

| August 26, 2012
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Human Rights Watch says that the Malaysian government should address the people's concerns on Section 114 of the Evidence... More ››

| July 31, 2012
VIDEO INSIDE
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The High Court rules the confiscation was illegal while his detention was lawful. More ››

| July 27, 2012
COMMENT
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The 'impressive' image post-the 1998 reformation Anwar resurrected to hoodwink his supporters both domestically and abroad is fast crumbling. More ››

| July 20, 2012
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Human Rights Watch accuses the opposition leader of playing politics with civil liberties. More ››

July 12, 2012
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Calling the prime minister a false democrat, PKR vice president Nurul Izzah says the decision to repeal the... More ››

| May 22, 2012
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HRW says the government should also drop charges against opposition leaders who were involved in the mammoth rally on... More ››

| February 13, 2012

Malaysia is to blame for deported Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari's fate, who faces certain execution in his home country. More ››

| January 21, 2012

The Human Rights Watch says the decision to appeal would allow government to interfere in the judiciary. More ››

January 4, 2012
ANALYSIS
ANWAR SAIFUL

Rights groups and opposition activists say the government seems intent on removing Anwar as a political foe. More ››

| October 18, 2011
UNHCR refugees

Sending detainees back to Myanmar is akin to sending them to their possible deaths, says Human rights groups. More ››

| September 23, 2011
Najib ISA

Human Rights Watch wants Najib administration to hasten reforms to proof it means business. More ››

and | August 25, 2011
UPDATED
Chinese Uighur Muslims

Chinese Uighur Muslims fleeing prosecution in China will face an uncertain fate if Malaysia deports them back to China... More ››

| July 25, 2011
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Human Rights Watch says the Australian government is absolving itself of its responsibilities to refugees by shipping them off... More ››

| July 21, 2011
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Autocratic measures against dissent will backfire, says Human Rights Watch. More ››

| July 12, 2011
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Police action against citizens during Saturday's rally has jeopardized the country's reputation as a moderate democratic state, says international... More ››

| July 5, 2011
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The international human rights community is very concerned over the use of the Emergency Ordinance to arrest people and... More ››

| July 2, 2011
Phil Robertson

The international community is taken aback by Malaysia's insistence on stopping the Bersih rally. More ››