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Malaysian senator proposes new law to ‘protect’ men who are ‘seduced’ by women into committing rape and incest

The senator said that his proposal should be given due consideration so that "the men in this country are safe, and the country is peaceful”.

Teens as young as 18 can now vote and even become MPs, thanks to changes in Malaysia’s highest law

Previously, the youngest MPs were former PM Najib Razak and Batu MP P. Prabakaran, who were both elected at 22 years old.

Almost 50% of Malaysian parents think physical punishment should be allowed in schools: YouGov

But some parents think that physical punishment at home or at school should be made illegal.

Malaysians are enraged after George Clooney said the boycott of hotels owned by Brunei’s sultan was a ‘warning shot’ to Malaysia and...

Malaysia’s deputy foreign minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya said that while LGBT+ lifestyles deviate from Islam, the government will not impose such a punishment on the group.

After months of promising to abolish the death penalty, Malaysia’s government now makes U-turn

A group of lawyers said the backtracking of the abolition was "shocking, unprincipled and embarrassing".

Malaysia among most dangerous of 14 countries in APAC ranked for women’s safety, study says

Malaysia was ranked 10th out of 14 for women's safety in a ranking of APAC countries with major cities.

Umno MPs demanded Malaysia’s top judges resign for dancing to ‘Let’s Twist Again’ – and Twitter isn’t having it

And at least one person felt the whole thing was Chubby Checker's fault for writing such a catchy song.

Malaysia to abolish colonial-era Sedition Act, death penalty

The Sedition Act has been suspended.