Amy Chew

Amy Chew

Cambodia

Exiled Cambodian opposition leader calls for 'peaceful uprising'

Sam Rainsy, who was prevented from entering Cambodia, urges country's powerful military to side with people.

Exiled Cambodian opposition leader calls for 'peaceful uprising'

Middle East

Iran's Zarif to Trump: Drop 'economic terrorism' before talks

Iran's foreign minister also warns during his visit to Malaysia that ISIL still poses a threat in the Middle East.

Iran's Zarif to Trump: Drop 'economic terrorism' before talks

Malaysia

1MDB prosecutor: Malaysia ex-PM Najib played 'elaborate charade'

Najib faces charges, including money laundering, in connection with the alleged misuse of $550m 1MDB funds.

1MDB prosecutor: Malaysia ex-PM Najib played 'elaborate charade'

Malaysia

Malaysia: Ex-PM Najib Razak's biggest 1MDB trial gets under way

Najib faces several charges, including money laundering, in connection with the alleged misuse of $550m in 1MDB funds.

Malaysia: Ex-PM Najib Razak's biggest 1MDB trial gets under way

Malaysia

Malaysia to question Zakir Naik as government weighs deportation

President of Malaysian Islamic Party denounces calls to expel preacher as police mull legal action against Zakir Naik.

Malaysia to question Zakir Naik as government weighs deportation

Malaysia

Outrage in Malaysia as Zakir Naik suggests Chinese expulsion

At least four cabinet ministers have publicly urged Prime Minister Mahathir to deport controversial preacher to India.

Outrage in Malaysia as Zakir Naik suggests Chinese expulsion

Rohingya

Groups urge Malaysia ensure accountability for 2015 mass graves

A new report says human traffickers tortured Rohingya and others before burying them in mass graves.

Groups urge Malaysia ensure accountability for 2015 mass graves

Malaysia

Malaysia offers citizens conditional return as ISIL crumbles

More than 100 Malaysians joined ISIL in Syria and about 13, including women and children, now want to come back.

Malaysia offers citizens conditional return as ISIL crumbles

Asia Pacific

The end of the Hong Kong 'dream'

Students say connections to the mainland have supplanted meritocracy where good jobs and university spots are concerned.

The end of the Hong Kong 'dream'

Asia Pacific

What's next for Hong Kong's growing protests?

Led by students concerned for their future with 'nothing to lose', it remains to be seen who will blink first.

What's next for Hong Kong's growing protests?

Environment

Indonesia's burning question

Environmentalists allege officials are being bribed to ignore illegal forest fires.

Indonesia's burning question

Indonesia

Malaysia gears up for corruption fight

Hope and scepticism abound after government vows to tackle endemic graft that continues to anger ordinary Malaysians.

Malaysia gears up for corruption fight