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Anwar distances himself from aide’s call for Azmin to quit

The PKR leader urges party members to leave investigation to the police.

Group seeks funds to get US experts to verify gay sex...

They say they are concerned over 'gutter politics'.

Resign if sex video genuine, Anwar’s aide tells Azmin

Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak says he sympathises with Azmin in the wake of the sex video saga.

Haziq released, no probe for now, says lawyer

Haziq was detained overnight by police after being picked up at KLIA.

Don’t pressure Azmin to take leave, urges Anwar

The PKR president says such calls will have a negative impact on the leadership of the party and country.

Azmin thanks Dr M for standing by him in sex video...

Minister says people expect the government to rule with principles.

Gay sex clips affair a chance for PH to prove no...

The onus is on Dr Mahathir Mohamad to show decisive leadership in dealing with this latest controversy.

2 police reports lodged over gay sex video in Sabah

Sabah police chief Omar Mammah says a special Bukit Aman team is investigating the case.

Haziq resurfaces, tells of other hotel sex romps with minister

He accuses Pakatan Harapan of abandoning him after his sworn video testimony was dismissed by government leaders.

Fresh videos greet Azmin’s denial

The latest video clips appear to be part of the same footage released earlier and which Azmin has said is aimed at destroying his character.

Gay sex involving politicians is not gutter politics

Until and unless our society has evolved to a stage where homosexuality is accepted, public office bearers just have to live up to the prevailing moral norms.

Deputy minister’s aide confesses to gay sex with minister

Haziq Aziz urges MACC to investigate the minister.

Brunei says it won’t enforce gay death penalty after backlash

Celebrity criticism and a boycott of Brunei-related businesses has caused the once adamant Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah to make a u-turn and scrap the death penalty for gay sex.

Rising number of businesses cut ties with Brunei over gay sex...

Many global business have cut ties with oil-rich Brunei including Virgin Australia Airlines over its harsh law.

Brunei introduces stoning to death for gay sex, adultery

Human Rights bodies have condemned Brunei's new death penalty law for gay sex and adultery.

Brunei will implement the harsh new penal code next Wednesday

Gay men caught engaging in same-sex relationships would face the death penalty under Brunei's tough Syaria laws.

Sex parties not hard to find in demure Malaysia, says veteran...

The New Year is always party time and people seeking incognito sex use social media to arrange orgies.

It’s hate crime, says activist over viral clip of gay couple...

He says Malaysians must stop taking the law into their own hands to solve issues.

In legal battle over gay sex, Kenyan court to consider Indian...

The law against gay sex in Kenya was introduced during British rule more than 120 years ago - in 2010 Kenya adopted a new constitution that provides for equality, human dignity and freedom from discrimination.

Singapore DJ files court challenge against gay sex ban after India...

Previous legal challenges to overturn the ban have failed, but a top Singapore diplomat called on the gay community to renew legal action against the law a day after India's top court decriminalised gay sex.

Most Singaporeans still support law banning gay sex

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has previously said that Singapore society is not that liberal on these matters.

Indian press lauds gay sex ruling but Modi’s govt stays silent

Rights activists around the world gave Twitter support to the Supreme Court ruling but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's right-wing govt has yet to make a comment on the ruling.

Landmark India ruling ends gay sex ban

Members of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups held tearful celebrations in cities across the South Asian nation of 1.25 billion people as the historic verdict was read out.

New Zealand passes law to quash historic gay convictions

Lawmakers have unanimously passed a bill late Tuesday allowing people convicted of consensual homosexual sex to have their records expunged.

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