If Putrajaya is not careful, people may think the present government is willing to put the interest of one man over the interest of the nation, which is to ensure Malaysians of all ethnicities and religions live in peace and understanding.
Abdul Hamid Bador says police are confident of bringing Jho Low back to the country to face justice.
Ceglia challenged his extradition in a hearing in Quito, claiming a treaty between the US and Ecuador doesn’t cover the crimes of mail fraud and wire fraud, with which he’s charged.
The runaway spy Phan Van Anh Vu was arrested in Singapore in January with two passports -- one fake, one real -- and swiftly deported back to Vietnam.
Fuzi Harun says certain procedures set by the Indonesian authorities need to be complied with before the Umno leader can be brought home.
Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says arrangements are being made to bring the division chief back to Malaysia.
He says he has informed Sabah police of his willingness to cooperate on all matters and that he has filed suits against Shafie Apdal and the Sabah Yang Dipertua Negeri.
The 38-year-old, who had worked as manager at the company’s branch, fled with the loot after locking his three colleagues in another room.
The 63-year-old man now faces the possibility of life imprisonment for illegal possession of firearm.
Ramanjit Singh, who is wanted by Indian police for various offenses, has also been charged with robbery in Hong Kong
This after Vietnamese authorities informed Singapore that the businessman entered the country with a 'fake' passport.
The 42-year-old was arrested at the Tuas border checkpoint as he tried to leave for Malaysia.
Controversial preacher also asks court to direct India’s enforcement agencies to provide proof of terror-related charges levelled against him.
The lawyer wants any extradition request or arrest warrant to go through him.
Ipoh Barat MP says Putrajaya will be put on the spot if India takes action to arrest Islamist preacher for alleged links to terrorists.
The Islamic Research Foundation, banned in several countries, is said to have converted Japanese citizens into its fold through monetary inducements and indoctrination.
Deputy home minister calls Times of India report speculative saying Indian media had previously wrongly reported that Naik was given citizenship by the Malaysian government.
The controversial preacher who has been given PR status by Malaysia tells a Saudi Arabian channel that he is undecided on which to accept.
Malaysian Associated Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry says DPM had assured them that Malaysia will not harbour any fugitives.
The Penang wing of the Malay rights group lodges police reports against Vell Paari and organisers of the protest for allegedly insulting Islam.
His current hideout in Laos is becoming unsafe for him following a crackdown.
Khalid Abu Bakar assures no special treatment for controversial preacher who was made a Malaysian permanent resident more than five years ago.
Islamic preacher says he is willing to be interviewed by Indian authorities, for their investigations, through video call apps like Skype.
Ibrahim Ali calls on 19 individuals to withdraw their suit against the federal government for allegedly harbouring the controversial preacher.
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