Perak Crime Investigation chief Gan Tian Kee says the post-mortem reports reveal that the two RMN personnel had been tortured and their deaths have now been classified as murder.
The Malaysian Academic Movement says such a policy will allow authoritarian control to restrict intellectual discourse.
The Padang Serai MP says public bodies in a democratic country must never threaten legal action for criticisms in relation to their actions as it is the right of citizens to do so.
Officials try to force asylum seekers at Australian-run camp to move to nearby transit centre.
Three-man Federal Court bench dismisses government's application to get leave to appeal 'azan' case against Teresa Kok as the legal questions posed have already been decided.
Department says the women had committed a criminal act during the bail period for another offence.
It can lead to developmental delays and self-harm while putting children at very real risk of violence, sexual abuse and exploitation.
Chief Judge of Malaya Ahmad Maarop says there is no merit in the case and the court will deliver a written judgment later.
NGO describes Siti’s Noor Aishah’s detention as one of the most deplorable uses of Sosma and Poca.
Immigration officers have the law on their side when they adhere to SOPs but unfortunately lose in the court of public opinion.
Maria Chin Abdullah can talk all she wants, but her detention followed standard operating procedures of police, says deputy home minister.
Sosma is supposed to be used against terrorists, not human rights activists, says Sarawak Bersih.
Immigration DG says initial investigations reveal no truth to allegations of abuse by Cambodian women.
KL High Court judge says warrant for MyWatch chief's detention did not adhere to procedures.
MyWatch chairman Sanjeevan’s father breaks down in tears, alleging son was mistreated by police while in detention.
Arrest of fishermen is often referred to different ministries in each country.
Burden must lie with police to produce evidence that the Seputeh MP was likely to act in a manner that was prejudicial to public order, Court of Appeal hears.
Human rights group Suaram wants Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission to investigate the torture claims.
Freed from remand by Sessions Court but police obtain detention order from Crime Prevention Board