The prime minister says the West is always telling Malaysia that it is doing things wrong while showing hypocrisy in its own actions.
Around 17,000 police and military personnel have been deployed to prevent a repeat of last month's unrest while the Constitutional Court deliberates.
'An American President should not seek their aid and abet those who seek to undermine democracy,' Biden says on Twitter.
Ruling and opposition politicians come together to wish Malaysians Selamat Hari Raya.
The election watchdog says polls for village leaders and local councils will make them more accountable and pressure them to provide good service.
Zelensky's only previous political role was playing Ukraine's president in a TV show.
Have you seen baton charges and water cannons being used against protesters who want to voice their grievances?
Instead of criticising Nurul Izzah based on feudal obeisance to authority, let her be an example, especially to the opportunistic men who have lost their principles and integrity.
Bersih is not empowered by law to take action over electoral offences; it can only monitor and work to educate the public.
Otherwise, frustration and instability will begin building up again.
The prime minister says once the party deviates from the struggle, members must be ready to leave to correct the situation.
President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan is able to maintain cultural traditions and is committed to uphold the values of freedom and democracy.
Ghosn is being held at a Tokyo detention centre on three charges of financial misconduct.
China still sees Taiwan as part of its territory to be reunified, despite the two sides being ruled separately since they split in 1949 after a civil war.
The 48-year-old is due to appear in Melbourne court as police claim that the man has sent 38 parcels in total to consulates and embassies in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
Hun Sen remains defiant Saturday as he inaugurated a monument with carvings showcasing his government's achievements.
Several outstanding individuals, political parties and even an investment fund that featured prominently in shaping pivotal events in the nation in 2018 can be considered for the title of Malaysian of the Year.
Kuasa urges government leaders to stop giving excuses to strengthen democracy at the local level.
Mattis says the already strained ties between Washington and Moscow have "no doubt" worsened over Russian's continued attempts to interfere in the US voting process.
The prime minister speaks as if he's addressing an audience stuck in Malaysia's past.
The BNP says a caretaker government is essential for free and fair elections.
The prime minister says the government believes in the separation of powers.
The prime minister says corrupt people must be punished, but not with life imprisonment or the death penalty.
In a letter to Hun Sen last month, the filmmaker apologised for statements to media that were disrespectful to the long-serving prime minister.