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130 foreign nationals held in 4-hour operation

Joint team from Immigration and National Registration Departments and Civil Defence Force raid 53 condo units in Kajang and residential area in Puchong.

Japan court extends Carlos Ghosn’s detention until April 22

Carlos Ghosn was arrested for the fourth time last week.

Detained Cambodian teen released, reunited with family

Brought to Malaysia when she was 14, she worked for two years without pay and then was kept in a detention centre in Penang.

Protect Cambodian girl, don’t place her in detention centre, says Tenaganita

With credible allegations of abuse, torture and degrading treatment of those held there, the civil society group says the detention of a child in such a place goes against international norms.

Saudi women activists on trial after a year in detention

More than a dozen activists, many of whom campaigned for years for the right to drive, were arrested in May last year.

Not all juveniles detained are held under Poca, says Muhyiddin

The home minister says those arrested undergo a thorough investigation process before a decision is made to place them under police supervision, detain or free them.

Stop detaining children under Poca, Sosma, Putrajaya urged

Suhakam and Suaram say it is not right to detain children under such laws and urge the government to probe police officers who use Poca and Sosma against children.

Saudi cleric detained in crackdown dies

Amari’s son, Abdullah, confirmed the death on Twitter.

Russian court extends detention of Belarussian model

The court has extended her detention by 72 hours.

Ex-Nissan chief’s wife slams ‘harsh’ Japan detention

Carole Ghosn wants the Human Rights Watch to press Tokyo to reform its draconian system of pretrial detention and interrogation.

China says UN observers welcome to Xinjiang, with conditions

Activists say ethnic minorities can be detained for transgressions as minor has wearing long beards or face veils.

Ghosn to mount vigorous defence at hearing, son tells newspaper

Carlos Ghosn will attend a hearing of the Tokyo district court after his legal team requested an explanation of why his detention has been repeatedly extended.

China says pace of Xinjiang ‘education’ will slow, but defends camps

Beijing has faced an outcry over the mass detentions and strict surveillance of the mostly Muslim Uighur minority.

Japan extends Ghosn’s detention to Jan 11

The growing case against the auto tycoon represents a stunning reversal of fortune for a man once revered in Japan and beyond for his ability to turn around automakers.

Germany backs Canada over citizens held in China

The German foreign ministry says it is closely following the cases of former diplomat Michael Kovrig and consultant Michael Spavor.

Third Canadian detained in China

Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor were both detained on December 10.

Send foreign workers home if you cannot protect them, Putrajaya told

Tenaganita says Malaysians cannot keep quiet any longer and let foreign workers continue to suffer.

US, Canada promise due process for arrested Chinese executive

Foreign ministers and defence chiefs of the neighbours met in the US capital as Canada increasingly looks like collateral damage in a simmering US-China trade war.

Nissan ex-chairman Ghosn files complaint over detention

From indictment, cases typically take months to go to trial, during which most suspects who deny wrongdoing are refused bail.

Japan court extends Ghosn detention

The former Nissan chief could remain in a Tokyo cell until Dec 10

Ghosn custody extended as crisis deepens at Nissan

Prosecutors had 48 hours after his arrest to either press formal charges, release him or request this 10-day custody extension to continue the probe.

Saudi billionaire prince Al-Waleed’s brother freed from detention

The government has not offered any public explanation for his arrest or the conditions of his release.

US voices concern on China’s Muslim crackdown, sanctions weighed

A UN rights panel received credible reports that up to one million ethnic Uighurs may be held in extra-legal detention in Xinjiang.

Hanif: My claim DAP suggested dividing peninsula based on SB report

The former IGP says the information was passed to him during his stint with the National Operations Council in 1969.