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Two Indonesian soccer supporters arrested by the Royal Malaysian Police of Cheras District had been released on Sunday, November 24.
Indonesian Youth and Sports Minister Zainudin Amali said the Malaysian Government's apology for its soccer fans' acts of violence was not enough.
Indonesian supporters were reportedly attacked during the 2020 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match between Indonesia and Malaysia at Bukit Jalil Stadium.
The Immigration Department said this was believed to have been the largest ever online scam by Chinese nationals in Malaysia.
Two supporters of the Indonesian football team were reportedly detained by the Malaysian Police after Tuesday night's match at Bukit Jalil Stadium.
Ahead of the match of Indonesia vs Malaysia tonight, PSSI chief M. Iriawan today met with the AFF president and sec-gen in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Indonesian Police tackled an attempt of a drug courier to smuggle 1.5 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine from Malaysia into Batam, Riau Islands.
Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto held a bilateral meeting with his Malaysian counterpart Mohamad bin Sabu in Malaysia, Thursday, November 14.
Sam Rainsy, who lives in self-imposed exile in France, has been in Malaysia since the weekend after initially saying he planned to return to Cambodia.
Self-exiled Cambodian opposition figure Sam Rainsy had planned to return to Cambodia on Saturday, Independence Day.
Malaysia has detained Cambodian former minister Mu Sochua, rights groups said on Thursday, Nov. 7.
Malaysia is working to locate at least $4.3 billion in assets that have yet to be accounted for in global money laundering probe into state fund 1MDB.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani says during today's meeting with the House's Commission XI that this year's state debt has reached Rp300 trillion.
A railway line linking Malaysia's southern state of Johor with Singapore will go ahead after the projected cost was cut.
Malaysia last year became the world's main destination for plastic waste after China banned imports of scrap.
Malaysia's film censors have ordered a scene removed from the animated movie "Abominable" which shows China's "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea.
Indonesia and its Southeast Asian neighbors are regularly hit by haze from slash-and-burn clearance of land and forests for palm oil production.
Malaysia was among the first countries to introduce an anti-fake news law.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad also predicts China would take action to end the demonstrations.
The Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) ruled that Singapore-based Grab had abused its dominant position in the market.