Pro-democracy leaders calls citizens to join despite risk of arrest.
More than 2,600 people have been arrested since the protests escalated.
He says those involved will face disciplinary action if found guilty.
Mainland site in Zhaoqing ‘aims to provide a high quality life with low cost’.
Tech giant boss had defended the removal against criticism firm was appeasing Beijing.
Players are reported to have punched walls, mirrors, ruined DJ equipment.
Police question man in connection with 5 siblings and father isolated from outside world on farm.
Graduate who staged lone protest call by police to give statement.
A soldier and magistrate among 47 people detained in 1am raid in Jalan Raja Chulan area of Kuala Lumpur.
Law enforcers are speaking up after an officer’s neck was slashed, an explosive was detonated.
Bukit Aman confirms latest arrests, bringing to 12 the number held for alleged links to Sri Lanka separatist group.
Abdul Hamid Bador says the arrests have nothing to do with politics, race or religion.
Authorities target extremist network behind assassination attempt on ex-army chief.
Efforts to trace the others are ongoing.
Official dismisses rumours Beijing security forces are involved in quelling pro-democracy unrest.
Penang deputy CM also demands release of 7 arrested over LTTE links, blames Zakir Naik's followers for tarnishing his name.
He says any additional surveillance of Sarawak's waters will be welcome.
Tech giant says it endangers law enforcement officers and residents.
Selangor police chief Noor Azam Jamaludin says they seized eight vehicles worth RM2 million and arrested eight suspects including two foreigners.
Device also had several IS propaganda videos.
29-year-old inspector held in remand after going missing from his post at the Wang Kelian border checkpoint.
Samuel Little confessed to 93 homicides.
No one cares about Indian victims, says lawyer-turned-activist.
Tony Tsang supposedly more violent than others who attended recent rallies.