Mohamudul Hasson and Tobarik Huson, both Rohingya from Myanmar, met in Malaysia after taking arduous journeys to escape persecution and stagnation as stateless Muslim minorities. Neither Myanmar nor neighboring Bangladesh recognizes them as citizens.
Plastic junk from the US is often sent to Southeast Asia, where illegal "recycling" centers are causing an environmental emergency with the fumes from burning trash. And many people believe that America, above all, has the power to make this stop.
Trump flew into Singapore's Paya Lebar Air Base aboard Air Force One, looking to strike a deal that will lead to the denuclearization of one of America's bitterest foes. He came from a divisive G7 meeting in Canada with some of Washington's closest allies that further strained global trade ties.
The 28-year-old lawyer founded The G-Blog (pun intended) two years ago to spark frank conversations on everything from body image and sexuality to religion. Online discussions soon spawned offline forums, together forging a new space for debate on subjects often deemed controversial in the Muslim-majority nation.
In Southeast Asia, Muslim nations like Indonesia and Malaysia have relatively successful democracies. What makes democracy in those populous Muslim countries work? We talk with Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia's former deputy prime minister.
Malaysian families are facing a critical shortage of maids. Most of the maids come from Indonesia. But Indonesia banned its citizens from going to work as maids in Malaysia after a series of abuses against them. Jennifer Pak reports from Kuala Lumpur.
Reporter Michael Switow tells us how young Malaysian singers on the island of Borneo are reviving musical traditions that were on the verge of dying out. Borneo is the island shared by Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei.
Ethnic Indians in Malaysia have long supported that country's ruling party but not this time around; on the eve of Malaysian elections, ethnic Indians are taking to the streets to protest discrimination
The "Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development" or OECD released a "blacklist" of global tax havens at yesterday's G20 summit in London. The Philippines, Uruguay, and Costa Rica were listed as three of the four worst offenders. For today's Geo Quiz, we're looking for the fourth. The answer is the Malaysian federal territory of Labuan.
The US hip-hop group, the Black Eyed Peas, are scheduled to perform in Malaysia next monthï¿½but the country's Muslims are being told they can't attend. Islamic leaders say it would violate Islamic law. The BBC's Robin Brant has the story.