Kim Jong-un's government in tirade against Malaysia, where police say two female suspects were trained to coat hands with toxic chemicals to use as murder weapons on his half-brother
Malaysian police step up security as the secretive state calls for the immediate release of 'innocent females'
The North Korean leader's half-brother was 'afraid' and 'worried', says Anthony Sahakian
It shows the moment a woman wipes what is believed to be a fast-acting poison on Kim Jong-nam’s face
25-year-old Siti Aisyah said to be unwitting assassin of North Korean dictator's half-brother
Social media profile shares pseudonym used on passport found after airport ‘assasination’
Letter from Kim Jong-nam pleading for his life emerges as two further suspects, one female and one male, arrested in connection with his death at Kuala Lumpur airport
Officials trying to piece together one of the most mysterious murders in recent Asian history
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has led a protest rally against what he called a "genocide" of Muslim Rohingya minority in Burma.
'This practice must stop, and must be stopped immediately,' Muslim majority country warns
Asia-Pacific leaders meeting at an economic summit in Peru over the weekend pledged to pursue free trade deals despite Mr Trump's opposition
According to Malaysian police data, almost 13,000 cases of child sexual abuse were reported between January 2012 and July of this year but only 140 convictions resulted
Leonardo DiCaprio has been urged to stand down from his role as a United Nations campaigner on climate change.
The group say they 'misunderstood local culture'
Police say the men were being investigated for "intentional insult with intent to provoke a breach of peace" and public indecency
Initiative from the Malaysian Institute of International Islamic Corporation is designed to help entrepreneurs capitalise on the lucrative global halal market